Mussoorie - Dehradun


Mussoorie derives its name from the plants of Mussoorie or shrub which are available in large quantities in this region. The history of Mussoorie dates back to 1825 when a shooting lodge was constructed jointly by Captain Young, an adventurous British military officer and Mr Shore the Superintendent of Revenues at Dehradun.

Photo of Mussoorie - Dehradun 1/4 by Sukanta Maity

The lush green hills, the varied flora and fauna and the majestic view of the Shivalik ranges and the attracts thousands of tourists both domestic and international to Mussoorie each year. Mussoorie is famous not only for its scenic beauty but it has also developed into an important centre of education and business. Mussoorie is also famous for the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration where officers are trained for the Indian Administrative Service and the Indian Police Service.

Photo of Mussoorie - Dehradun 2/4 by Sukanta Maity
Photo of Mussoorie - Dehradun 3/4 by Sukanta Maity
Photo of Mussoorie - Dehradun 4/4 by Sukanta Maity