Nachiketa Lake Uttarkashi

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Nachiketa Taal in Uttarkashi

If you want to get away from the bustling holy town, a trip to Nachiketa Talis is ideal for a day-long mini-retreat. A 3-kilometer hike leads to a path strewn with leaves, giving the impression that Autumn had spent her vacation here.

According to legend, Nachiketa, the son of Saint Uddatal, created the lake and gave it its shape, and thus the lake is named after him. While on the trek, the Himalayan peaks bobble up and down your view, finally revealing themselves in all their glory. A picturesque hut on the lake’s corner with white fencing completes the scene. Visit Nachiketa if you want to relax your mind and senses.

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