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People are very enthusiastic and celebrating when it comes to Chamoli district fairs and festivals, which reflect the Chamoli people’s tastes and culture. Throughout the year, such festive events are held and play a key role in local lives.
The Gaucher mela is an industrial and traditional fair held every year in Uttarakhand on 14 November. Tourists and residents of the State are frequently present.
Bishwat Sankranti is a fair that takes place on April 13th, and is mentioned in the Pandukeshwar inscription of the Lalitashuradeva. The fair is a great gathering of countless visitors that also takes place in Hans Kotti, Aser, Adbadri, Kulsari and Ming.
Nanda Devi Raj Jat
The Nanda Devi Raj Jat is a well-known Nandadevi deity pilgrimage, which is performed exclusively in the Chamoli District. Since the 9th century, it has continued.
This great show is connected with a local folklore that includes a large procession that goes up the Jiuri Gali Dhar mountains, which measure approximately 5335 meters in height and Nauti at approximately 900 meters in length and also cover large distances, bar fields, crossing forests, and snow-capped hills.
On the fifth day of the Hindu month of Shravana, Nag Panchami is celebrated to worship the serpent Gods or Nagas. People imagine the snacks with the aid of flour on wooden boards and worship them with beans, flowers, and milk offerings.
Chamoli City Overview
Located in: Garhwal
Nearest Railway Station: Rishikesh
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport
Best Month to Visit: October to March
Avg. Annual Temperature: 22 °C
Famous for: Tourists Destinations like Auli, Valley of Flowers, Tungnath, Chopta, Hemkund Sahib, Etc. Temples, Scenic Views and Glaciers
Chamoli Tourist Guide
Places to Visit in Chamoli
Here are some best selected places in Chamoli which will enhance your experience while travelling to this beautiful place and will offer you natural sightseeing as well as best adventurous paradise in Uttarakhand.
Valley of Flowers