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Dehradun

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Dehradun

Mindrolling Monastery:

Mindrolling, in Tibetan, stands for “Place of Perfect Emancipation”. The Mindrolling monastery is one of the biggest Buddhist monasteries in India. Established by the late Rigzin Tendak Lingpa as early as in 1676, the monastery is a great center of learning, dedicating to the pursuit of the Buddhist scriptures, traditional Tibetan remedies, calligraphy and astronomy.

 

Lacchiwalla:

A picnic spot in the suburbs, Lacchiwalla is famous for its fresh river water pool. There is a park with different kinds of swings. Children would definitely enjoy this place.

 

Shiv Mandir:

This famous Shiv Temple is located en route to Mussoorie. The beautiful surroundings and serene atmosphere of the shrine attracts many visitors.

 

Malsi Deer Park:

Situated right at the foothills of the mighty Sivaliks, the Malsi Deer Park draws many visitors, especially children, who are interested in animals. It is a popular picnic spot.

 

Buddha Temple:

The Buddha temple in the Clement town region is renowned for its with its striking design. The interiors of the temple portray the ancient Tibetian architecture. A well-maintained garden within the premise is ideal for relaxation and meditation.

 

Clock Tower:

The aesthetic beauty of the Clock Tower makes it one of the most important structures in the city as well as in the whole of Asia. This six faced tower is a grand vestige of bygone years. The tower is visible from a long distance. According to the locals, the chime of the clock can be heard throughout the city.

 

Robber’s Cave:

Popularly called Guchu Pani, the Robber’s Cave is an exotic picnic site with a natural cave and a cold stream. Bounded by large hills, this region is well-known for its natural beauty.

 

Laxman Sidh Temple:

The Laxman Sidh Temple is a sacred site located a few kilometers away from Dehradun among dense forests. Perfect for a family outing, the frequent bhandaras that take place here provide offerings.

 

Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple:

A well-known cave temple in Dehradun, the Tapkeshwar temple is considered as the holy abode of Lord Shiva. It is the busiest pilgrimage spots in the region and is situated on the banks of a rivulet. The sulphur spring gushing out of the cave is beautiful to watch and is renowned for its therapeutic effects.

 

Sahastradhara:

This is a beautiful waterfall located almost 16 km from the heart of the city. Water here falls from a height of 9 meters. The name Sahastradhara means ‘a thousand springs.’ The water of Sahastradhara has high sulphur content which is great for treating skin conditions. The stunning beauty of the places around will definitely offer you some great moments in perfect tranquility. 

 

Forest Research Institute:

The FRI is one of the oldest institutions in the country. It was established in 1906. The research works here pertains not only to India but throughout the globe.  The FRI campus is a hub of diverse plants and shrubs from the  entire Himalayan region. 

 

Chetwood Hall:

The Indian Military Academy located here displays many sophisticated artilleries and sammunitions at Chetwood Hall, which is close to the academy. The majestic military ambience here is very interesting. There are many video clippings on display on several military armaments.

 

Tiger View Jungle Camp:

Located in Goolar Khalla village, his jungle camp is a breath taking spot for adventure lovers. Besides jungle safaris you can camp in the dense forest enjoying nature in all its’ wilderness.

 

Mall Road:

Lined with bazaars and small shops, the mall road located in the heart of Dehra Dun is the shoppers stop. The cluster of shops here offers interesting artefacts, especially Tibetian carpets, jewellery, brass statues, crafted wooden statues, paintings, woolen clothes etc