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Kandoliya Temple - Pauri Garhwal
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Kandoliya Temple - Pauri Garhwal

At a distance of 2kms. from Pauri, Kandoliya is a spectacular spot surrounded by dense forest. The temple of Kandoliya Devta is located here. One can have a panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks and Gangwarsyun valley. dianabol mass gain buy real injectable steroids The temple of the local deity, Kandoliya Devta, for whom the Pauri hills are named, is located in a thick forest, 2 km from Pauri on the road to Lansdowne. The walk affords a stunning view of Himalayan peaks and the Gangwarsyun Valley. Majestic oaks, swaying pines and deodars, sprinkles of rhododendrons, shrubs and a variety of flowers lining the road make for a very pleasant, leisurely afternoon stroll to Bubakhal, another 4 km towards Lans downe. Bubakhal is a junction from where several minor roads snake across to the many villages on the slopes of the Kandoliya Hills.

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Kandoliya Temple - Pauri Garhwal

Kandoliya Temple - Pauri Garhwal

At a distance of 2kms. from Pauri, Kandoliya is a spectacular spot surrounded by dense forest. The temple of Kandoliya Devta is located here. One can have a panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks and Gangwarsyun valley.

The temple of the local deity, Kandoliya Devta, for whom the Pauri hills are named, is located in a thick forest, 2 km from Pauri on the road to Lansdowne. The walk affords a stunning view of Himalayan peaks and the Gangwarsyun Valley. Majestic oaks, swaying pines and deodars, sprinkles of rhododendrons, shrubs and a variety of flowers lining the road make for a very pleasant, leisurely afternoon stroll to Bubakhal, another 4 km towards Lans downe. Bubakhal is a junction from where several minor roads snake across to the many villages on the slopes of the Kandoliya Hills.

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