Mukteshwar is one of the most excellent hill stations situated in the Nainital District of the Kumaon Division, Uttarakhand. From this spot, visitors can see the stunning views of the Nanda Devi, which is the second-most elevated top in India.

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Mukteshwar Attractions

Mukteshwar Temple

Mukteshwar Temple also called the Shiva Temple and the Mukteshwar Dham is a religious site situated in Mukteshwar. This temple is 350 years of age and is devoted to Lord Shiva. The area of Mukteshwar Temple on a slope makes it an ideal spot for clicking some magnificent pictures and catching recollections. The nature lovers should definitely visit the sanctuary and appreciate the stunning perspective one is probably going to get from that point. Vacationers can arrive at the sanctuary by climbing a progression of winding steep stairs made of stones.
The best time to visit the temple is during the long stretches of October to April.



Sitla is a prominent place of interest situated a good ways off of 5 km from Mukteshwar. It is a lovely hill station roosted at a rise of 6000 ft above ocean level. This spot offers charming views on the strong Himalayan reaches. Vacationers can take part in trekking campaigns of shifting difficulty levels sorted out by the hotels right now.


Chauli ki Jaali

Chauthi Jaali or Chauli ki Jaali is a well-known tourist site found contiguous the Mukteshwar Temple. By Mukteshwar sanctuary is Chauli ki Jaali, and a zone where it is accepted that a Demon and a Goddess fought a battle. The spot is set apart with what is accepted to be blackout blueprints of a sword, a shield and a trunk of an elephant. Individuals likewise hold it as a conviction that ladies unable to bear children will be honored with kids when touched by the regular cross-section around the stone.


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