Jalna Village Almora

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Jalna Village Almora Uttarakhand

Jalna Village Almora is a small village 30 kilometres from the chaotic city, is a great place to go trekking and explore the wild, with a panoramic view of the Himalayan Range. It is only a short distance from Almora and is an excellent place to unwind and rejuvenate away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Jalna Village Almora exudes a charming aura that draws visitors looking for adventure, peace, and nature.

Except for the monsoon season, when the region receives heavy rainfall and is prone to landslides, Jalna can be visited almost any time of year. Jalna Village Almora’s weather is refreshingly pleasant in the summer and chilly and snowy in the winter. Carry light woollen clothes in the summer, and as many layers of woollen as you can in the winter.

Jalna Village Almora was founded in the mid-nineteenth century. It also has a connection to Cawnpore (now Kanpur). Cawnpore had always been an important British garrison town. Major General Hugh Wheeler, a veteran of the First Anglo-Afghan War and the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars, was appointed commander of this garrison. Unfortunately for him, it was a year before the 1857 Revolt.

Despite the fact that Wheeler and hundreds of others were killed during the Siege of Cawnpore, many British were able to flee. One of them was the commander’s fifth son, Robert Wheeler. Robert, a Major General like his father, was the one who discovered the sleepy hamlet of Jalna.

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