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According to Skanda Purana, Dun was formed as a part of the region called Kedar Khand. It was included in the kingdom of Ashoka by the end of the 3rd century B.C. It has been revealed by history that for centuries, the region was formed as a part of the Garhwal kingdom with some interruption from the Rohillas.
Geography of Dehradun:
The city of Dehradun mainly lies in Doon Valley and is at a varying height from 410 meters in Clement Town to above 700 meters at Malsi which is 15 km from the city. However, the average elevation is 450 meters above sea level. This district is divided into two major parts: the main city Dehradun surrounded by Shivalik and the Jaunsar-Bawar, which is in the foothills of Himalayas. In the north and northwest it borders on the district of Uttarkashi and Tehri Garhwal, in the east and southeast by Pauri Garhwal and Ganges river, in the west, it is bordered by Shimla and Sirmaur districts of Himachal Pradesh, Yamunanagar district of Haryana and the Tons and Yamuna rivers. To the south are Haridwar and Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district.
During the monsoon season, there is often heavy and protracted rainfall.
How to Reach Dehradun
Dehradun is well connected to New Delhi by road. It will take approx 4-5 hours to reach here with 9 Seater Tempo Traveller Hire in Delhi.
Sightseeing places in Dehradun
Barkot- Barkot is at the junction of th two rivers; The Yamuna and the Tuns at a height of about 4,000 feet from the sea level. Barkot is an underrated hill station which offers panoramic views which are breathtaking. Snow capped mountains, fresh and pure air and fewer crowds make Barkot an ideal hill station. Barkot is also a pilgrimage center and its a pit stop for pilgrims who wish to go to Chota Char Dham.
Robbers cave- Known for its disappearing river and the trek that leads up to a waterfall, Robbers cave is magnet for travellers. The river is known locally as Guchhupani. Tourists come from all over the place to witness the gushing waterfall and trek between the two dark cliffs via a cave.
Tapkeshwar Temple- The temple is inside the cave and water trickles on top of the idol of the deity from the ceiling. The cave that houses Tapkeshwar temple is called the Drona cave as it is believed that Dronacharya, the teacher of Pandavas and Kauravas used to reside in this cave.
Pindari Glacier- Pindari glacier is the most accessible glacier in the Himalayan region and you should pay a visit to this beautiful place if you are an adventure lover. Pindari glacier is called the “Soul of Kumaon” and it is also the source of the river Pindari.
Famous markets- Visit famous gardens as Paltan bazaar, Tibetan bazaar, Rajpur Road. Shop handicrafts items and other branded items from these markets.
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