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Kumaon Division, in Almora District, has a hidden treasure in terms of archaeological importance.
Efforts are on by the Government under Swadesh Bhraman Scheme to rejuvenate the place, and map it on the Tourism Map of India. A Guest house by the Government is being...More
Indian art and culture is always appraised by people who have visited this country and places like sun temple speaks for itself.even if we don't deep dive in history still monuments from past are proudly stands and reveal the intelligence commitment and knowledge.must visit place...More
There are a large number of temples dedicated to the sun all over the word and some of them are quite old as sun worship was common among many civilization. More than ten of these temples are in India. Katarmal sun temple facing east is...More
Hindu temple to the Sun God built in the 9th century, comprising many carved stone structures Mandir is open till sunset to sunrise. On top we wl get attendant who can guide you regards the Mandir history. One of the must visit place in Almora.
We visited Sun temple while returning to Delhi. From the main road it's a bit far and not very easy to driver. I am not sure it would be better now as roadwork was going on at that time so we had to walk a...More
I have already visited the 3 Sun temples in our country . They are great in individual matters as for example Modhera in Gujarat, the most famous Surya temple is the Konark Sun Temple, a World Heritage Site in Orissa and The Martand Sun Temple...More
Katarmal Sun Temple was built by the Katyuri king Katarmalla.It is about 17 km away from Almora.It is considered as the second most important sun temple in India after Konark Sun Temple. It is believed to be the only sun temple located in the hills....More