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Our rider buddy Mitul Prakash had visited the institute around 40 years back when his Maternal Grand father was a Director at the institute. So on his wish, we all got to see the same and the Museum as well. It is nice to get...More
The Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory was set up in Mukhteshwar by the British in 1895, for production of vaccines and study of microorganisms. The building was destroyed by fire in 1899. The tenacity of the Brits did not end, and the Lab was rebuilt in 1902....More
Asia's 1st Veterinary institute that works on Foot and Mouth diseases of cows and goats specially, and many other discipline. Way back there were 7000 workers but now it has been shifted to Bareilly (UP). Visitors are not allowed in here. But one can get...More
IVRI a True Research Centre one of the oldest Institutions in Hilly Area must visit to see and learn about the latest development and contributions it is making for the welfare of the Animals and their upkeep
It is worth going there if for nothing then just to see the British style buildings which are currently undergoing a face lift.
This is the place where vaccines were first made in India for animals and it continues to be the prime center for...More
The IVRS is located very close to the Mukteshwar Dham. I accidentally discovered this place during our excursion from Nainital towards Mukteshwar. It was good to know that such an institute is located at such a beautiful location.
Indian veterinary research institute is responsible for carrying out high end research in animal nutrition, genetics and bacteriology. The campus is spread in a large area and British architecture is reflected in all its buildings. A library and a veterinary museum are other popular attractions...More