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Nainital Lake

Nainital is one among the foremost stunning hill stations in India. Encircled by mountains on 3 sides Nainital is found round the stunning lake Naini Tal. This lake resort is settled at a height of 1, 938 meters. There are several legends related to the place, consistent with one, Nainital has derived its name from the god Naina whereas the opposite legend says that once the god Sati lost her eyes, she was being carried by Lord Shiva and a lake was shaped. The majestic mountains and also the sparkling waters of the lake add associate huge heap to the wonder of the city. The town may be a stunning mixture of all the hues of nature. Naini Lake is that the pride of Nainital and also the several gaily colored yachts on the sparkling lake have currently become synonymous with this stunning picture-postcard resort. A national level water travel competition is organized here throughout the season.
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Kainchi Dham

Kainchi s a placed at associate degree altitude of (1400 MT) On the Nainital – Almora Road, at a distance of nine kilometre from Bhowali and seventeen Kms from Nainital could be a unique pilgrim centre. This place has achieved recognition due to the ashram of the notable Shri neem tree Karoli Maharajji.Many individuals visit the temples here daily, in season. Kainchi could be a term used for 2 sharp pin bends of the motor road in native idiom thence the name. It's NO relation with scissors. Founded by the notable Maharaj neem tree Karoli cake in 1962 and is extremely well maintained and unbroken neat and clean. The idea of this place came into existence in 1942 once Maharaj neem tree Karoli at the side of Shri Poornanand of the Kainchi Village projected building associate degree Ashram here dedicated to Sombari Maharaj and saddhu Premi cake World Health Organization wont to perform yagnas during this terribly place.
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About Nainital

Located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, Nainital is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Northern India. The stunning Nainital lake is bang in the middle of the city and offers tourists stunning sunsets and enchanting sunrises. One legend says that Nainital derives its name from the Goddess Naina, whereas another legend claims that once when the Goddess Sati was being carried by Lord Shiva, her eye fell in the area. The lovely hill station promises a rejuvenating weekend break for those who are coming from the capital city and is definitely worth a visit. Like most hill stations, Nainital has a bustling mall road, warm cafes and a very busy Tibet market. The mall road houses shops selling candles with intricate designs, wooden knick knacks and colourful woollens. Do bring back some souvenirs as keepsakes! If you have time, do visit Sattal, Naukuchiatal (for paragliding and kayaking) as well as Ranikhet for its surreal beauty. If you are looking for a quiet, carefree holiday, visit between the months of January and April. It'll be cold, but there won't be any crowd.

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Best time to visit Nainital is from March to January
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