Since ancient times, mountains have played an important role, and many have become more important because of religious significance attached to them. These peaks now serve as the site of pilgrimages. If you browse through history, you will find how these peaks also formed a primary part of many of the world’s religions. If you are curious to know about these peaks, here are five of the world’s most sacred mountains.
If you are someone who loves the idea of exploring green meadows, beautiful multi-coloured flowers, offbeat trekking destinations and more, then check out the full list here.
Uttarakhand Valley of Flowers Opens For Tourists: Timings, Covid Guidelines And More; Nivedita R; India.com
This season, tourists will be able to witness around 50 species of exquisite flowers. Read on…
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The Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is a heaven on Earth. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a gorgeous bouquet of more than 500 species of exotic Himalayan flora, including saxifrags, sediams, calendular, daisies, lilies, poppy, geranium, petunia, and zinnia.
Monsoon magic: Tourists arrive in Valley of Flowers and other remote areas; Nihi Sharma; Hindustan Times
Despite the heavy monsoon showers tourists brave the rain to visit the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand which is known for its snow-capped Himalayan ranges and lush meadows with colourful flowers.
Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is one of best Himalayan treks even for the beginners. Here’s a travel guide for the trek.
The Valley of Flowers National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, is on the wishlist of any adventure seeker. In early August last year, Santosh set off for this heaven. He caught an early morning flight to Delhi and then took a bus the same day to reach the holy city of Haridwar; in time for the ‘Ganga Aarti’ spectacle.
The trek may take a toll on the body, but a visit to Uttarakhand’s Valley of Flowers does wonders for the soul.