Uttarkashi district

District of Garhwal division of the Uttarakhand state in northern India, and has its headquarters at Uttarkashi city.

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Chamoli district

District of the Uttarakhand state of India.

District of the Uttarakhand state of India.

It is bounded by the Tibet region to the north, and by the Uttarakhand districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar to the east, Almora to the south, Pauri Garhwal to the southwest, Rudraprayag to the west, and Uttarkashi to the northwest.

Tehri Garhwal district

District in the hill state of Uttarakhand, India.

District in the hill state of Uttarakhand, India.

Tehri lake, photo was taken from Nearby area of Pipaldali
New Tehri city and lake view from nearby area of Madan Negi
Pipaldali Bridge
Sunset at NagTibba, Tehri Garhwal
Panwali kantha bugyal ( Mathiya ) Tehri Garhwal
View of Himalayas from Dhanaulti, Tehri Garhwal
Panwali Kantha temple, Panwali Bugyal Tehri Garhwal
Sunset Ghansali rural area Tehri Garhwal
LUDGARH BUGYAL, Bhilangana Tehri Garhwal
Cricket match at Basar Taal bugyal, Bhilangana Tehri Garhwal
Princely flag of Tehri Garhwal.
1903 map of United Provinces showing the boundaries of Garhwal Kingdom

It is surrounded by Rudraprayag District in the east, Dehradun District in the west, Uttarkashi District in the north, and Pauri Garhwal District in the south.

Yamunotri

Source of the Yamuna River and the seat of the Goddess Yamuna in Hinduism.

Source of the Yamuna River and the seat of the Goddess Yamuna in Hinduism.

Yamunotri temple was built by Maharani Guleria of Jaipur in the 19th century.
Janki Chatti hot water spring, Surya Kund.
Yamunotri as depicted by James Baillie Fraser (1820)

It is situated at an altitude of 3293 m in the Garhwal Himalayas and located approximately 150 km North of Uttarkashi, the headquarters of the Uttarkashi district in the Garhwal Division of Uttarakhand, India.

Uttarkashi

Morning at Uttarkashi Town
Yamunotri temple, one of holiest shrines of Hinduism lies in the district, as does its source

Uttarkashi, meaning Kashi of the north, is a town located in Uttarkashi district in Uttarakhand, India.

Yamuna

Second-largest tributary river of the Ganges by discharge and the longest tributary in India.

Second-largest tributary river of the Ganges by discharge and the longest tributary in India.

Banderpoonch peak, the source of Yamuna, as seen from Mussoorie.
The Yamunotri temple on the river, dedicated to Goddess Yamuna.
The Doab, United Provinces, 1908.
Yamuna river between Saharanpur and Yamunanagar
Course of Yamuna, in the Indo-Gangetic Plain
Catchment boundary of the Yamuna.
Vasudev carrying baby Lord Krishna across the Yamuna, an important legend of Bhagavata Purana, mid-18th century.
Agra Canal headworks at Okhla barrage, Delhi, 1871.
The goddess Yamuna.
Taj Mahal is situated on the banks of river Yamuna.
The Yamuna near the Himalayas, just as it reaches the plains, beyond Dehradun in Uttarakhand
The Yamuna, seen from the Taj Mahal at Agra in Uttar Pradesh
Madan Mohan temple, on the Yamuna at Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh, 1789; the river has since shifted further away
'Keshi Ghat' on the Yamuna at Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh
The Yamuna near Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, just a few kilometres before it meets the Ganges
The Yamuna near Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, during the monsoon
View of Yamuna from Okhla Sanctuary
View of Yamuna from Kesi Ghata
The Yamuna view from Hathni Kund Barrage

The source of Yamuna lies in the Yamunotri Glacier at an elevation of 6387 m, on the southwestern slopes of Banderpooch peaks, which lie in the Mussoorie range of the Lower Himalayas, north of Haridwar in Uttarkashi district, Uttarakhand.

Garhwal Kingdom

Independent Himalayan kingdom in the current north-western Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, India, founded in 688 CE by Kanak Pal, the progenitor of the Panwar dynasty that ruled over the kingdom uninterrupted until 1803 CE.

Independent Himalayan kingdom in the current north-western Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, India, founded in 688 CE by Kanak Pal, the progenitor of the Panwar dynasty that ruled over the kingdom uninterrupted until 1803 CE.

Tehri Garhwal State in The Imperial Gazetteer of India
Garhwal Himalaya
Royal Palace at Narendra Nagar

The princely state of Garhwal or Independent Garhwal consisted of the present day Tehri Garhwal district and most of the Uttarkashi district.

Garhwal division

One of the two administrative divisions of the Indian state of Uttarakhand.

One of the two administrative divisions of the Indian state of Uttarakhand.

Princely flag of Kingdom of Garhwal.
Nanda Devi is the second-highest mountain in India.
Valley of Flowers National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

It includes the districts of Chamoli, Dehradun, Haridwar, Pauri Garhwal, Rudraprayag, Tehri Garhwal, and Uttarkashi.

Gangotri

Bhagirathi River and Himalayas in Gangotri, Uttarakhand
Gaumukh, source of the Ganges above Gangotri
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Gangotri is a town and a Nagar Panchayat (municipality) in Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand, India.

Rudraprayag district

District of the state of Uttarakhand of northern India.

District of the state of Uttarakhand of northern India.

The district is bounded by Uttarkashi District on the north, Chamoli District on the east, Pauri Garhwal District on the south, and Tehri Garhwal District on the west.

Garhwali language

Indo-Aryan language of the Central Pahari subgroup.

Indo-Aryan language of the Central Pahari subgroup.

Princely flag of Kingdom of Garhwal

Garhwali is spoken primarily by people in Tehri Garhwal, Pauri Garhwal, Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Dehradun districts of Garhwal division in the state of Uttarakhand.