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Living in the mountains mostly in places that are not easily accessible the people of the district have been able to preserve their culture, folklore, folksongs and folkdances, the last, a distinctive feature of the district, being seasonal, traditional and religious, some of the better known being described below.....Read More
Joshimath is a popular hill station and a famous centre for pilgrimage at a height of 1,890mts. Best information center and portal.....
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Festivals play an important role in the life of people in the district, as elsewhere, and are spread over the entire year, the most. .....
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About Joshimath

Joshimath is located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. It is a quaint little town nestled amidst the mighty Himalayas en route to Badrinath, one of the Chardhams of Uttarakhand. Joshimath is also the junction point for people visiting Auli, one of the best skiing spots in India. Advenure loves to Trek Kuaripass Nandadevi. Although identified more as a stopover destination to Badrinath, Vishnu Prayag, Hemkund Saheb, Valley of Flowers and Auli, yet Joshimath has its own merit. Joshimath has got its own share of religious importance. It is one of the seats of one of the four Mathas (or Monasteries). In fact this is the only matha in northern region. This is probably the reason why Joshimath was known as Jyotirmath-the temple of light/wisdom.....Read More
Joshimath is a popular hill station and a famous centre for pilgrimage at a height of 1,890mts above sea level in Chamoli district of Garhwal division in Uttarakhand. In ancient scriptures Joshimath is described as Kartikeyapura as it has...
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Joshimath spiritually well-known as Dev Bhoomi or in another words land of Gods - is a Paradise for nature and exploration lovers. Garhwal situated in the North-West region of Himalayas. The Himalayas foothills are just ....
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Uttarakhand lives in the Villages. More than 75% of Uttaranchal's population consist of rural population. Though the conditions of villages have improved a bit in past years, there is yet a lot to change and transform....
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