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Mukteshwar Temple:

Mukteshwar Temple is the most well known spiritual and religious centers of Mukteshwar. Located on top of a hill, the Mukteshwar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva attracts a large number of pilgrims all through the year. The idol of Lord Shiva is made from white marble while the yoni is made up of copper making it one of the most beautiful temples in Uttrakhand region. The temple celebrates the annual festival of Mahashivratri with great enthusiasm.



Sitla is a popular tourist destination in Mukteshwar famous for its magnificent mountains and picturesque valleys. Spread over an area of 39 acres, Sitla has a lineup of dense oak and cedar tree lines making it a nature lover’s delight. Sitla also houses an old British stone bungalow attracting tourists and photography enthusiasts. Silta is a famous trekking destination with various trekking and walking escapades organized all through the year.


Indian Veterinary Research Institute:

Indian Veterinary Research Institute established in 1893 is one of the most famous veterinary science institutes of India. The Indian Veterinary Research Institute carries out research and development programs in animal nutrition and animal husbandry. The building of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute is made in perfect British style of architecture attracting architecture lovers and tourists from all walks of life. The Indian Veterinary Research Institute also houses a library showcasing various research journals and historic events.


Chauthi Ki Jaali:

Chauthi Ki Jaali is one of the most famous geographical landmarks of Mukteshwar city. Located on top of a cliff, Chauthi Ki Jaali is surrounded by lush green tree lines and magnificent Himalayan Peaks. Chauthi Ki Jaali is famous for its natural lattices and holes in the rocks believed to be the result of the battle between Gods and demons. Chauthi Ki Jaali attracts a large number of religious pilgrims as well as nature lovers. According to popular belief women having trouble with pregnancy are blessed with children after they pray at the site by touching the lattices in the region. Chauthi Ki Jaali also undertakes various trekking excursions attracting a large number of adventure tourists.


Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow:

Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow also known as KMVN rest house is an ancient Bungalow built during the British Empire. The Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow is famous for being home to some of the famous British historians including Jim Corbett. The Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow has preserved a kettle used by Jim Corbett during his stay in the Bungalow. Located next to the Shiva temple, the Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow attracts a large number of tourists, architecture lovers and historians.


Rajarani Temple:

Rajarani Temple is arguably one of the oldest religious shrines of Mukteshwar region. Believed to have been built in the 11th century, the Rajarani Temple is dedicated to Goddess Rajarani. Situated in a garden, the Rajarani Temple is surrounded by lush green paddy fields making it one of the most beautiful religious shrines of Mukteshwar. The Rajarani Temple houses several rare stone sculptors showcasing female figures in various dancing postures.


Brahmeswara Temple:

Brahmeswara Temple believed to have been built in 1050 is an ancient religious shrine of Mukteshwar attracting a large number of pilgrims. Located at a distance of 1 Km from Mukteshwar city center, the Brahmeswara Temple is famous for housing several stone sculptors with carvings depicting various Gods. The temple has four smaller temples in its vicinity attracting pilgrims and devotees from all over the world.