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20 Attractions to Explore Near Binsar Temple

Binsar Temple
Binsar TempleDangal Gaon, Uttarakhand 246277, India

Bindeshwar Mahadev, popularly known as Binsar Mahadev or simply Binsar, is an ancient rock temple situated in Chauthan region of Thalisain Block in Pauri Garhwal district, Uttarakhand. Situated at an altitude of 2490 metres (8169 ft), it stands at the edge of a dense Deodar (Cedrus Deodara) forest.

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Jwalpa Devi Temple
Jwalpa Devi Temple29.93 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Surrounded by the beauty of nature, Jwalpa devi temple offers lush green ambience to tourist from different corners of the world. Jwalpa devi temple is a holy and religious place. It is a renowned Siddhpeeth and is located near the road between Pauri and Satpuli. It is a renowned Siddhapeeth that is located at the hills close to the river and promises to offer peaceful and lush green settings. Many devotees visit this temple from different places to offer their praying to Goddess Jwalpa.

Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park30.43 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. It is located in Nainital district and Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand and was named after Jim Corbett, a well known hunter and naturalist. The park was the first to come under the Project Tiger initiative.

Girija Devi Temple
Girija Devi Temple34.80 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Garjiya Devi Temple is a noted Devi temple located in the Garjiya village near Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India, on the outskirts of the Corbett National Park. It is a sacred Shakti shrine where Garjiya Devi is the presiding deity. The temple is situated over a large rock in the Kosi River and is one of the most famous temples of the Nainital district,

Binsar Mahadev, Thailisain
Binsar Mahadev, Thailisain35.35 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Bindeshwar Mahadev, popularly known as Binsar Mahadev or simply Binsar, is an ancient rock temple situated in Chauthan region of Thalisain Block in Pauri Garhwal district, Uttarakhand. Situated at an altitude of 2490 metres (8169 ft), it stands at the edge of a dense Deodar (Cedrus Deodara) forest. The main deity of this temple is Binsar or Bindeshwar, a form of lord Shiva and a popular deity in the region.

Khirsu Range
Khirsu Range43.69 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Khirsu is a sleepy and peaceful hill village, located at a distance of 15 km from Pauri Garhwal, wrapped with lush greenery and orchards. The place is off the popular tourist trails, yet to gather tourist rush to its refreshingly beautiful surroundings, ideal for a leisurely and relaxing holiday. Amidst wide spreads of beautiful deodar and oak trees, perched at an altitude of 1800 meters.

Kandolia Temple
Kandolia Temple46.54 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Kandoliya temple, located 2km from Pauri town amidst the picture perfect surrounding is dedicated to Kandoliya Devta. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Shiva and also houses idols of Bhumi Devta. The park around the temple complex with the view of majestic Himalayan Peak and Gangwarsyun Valley is situated in the perfect setting for relaxing and picnics. Asias highest stadium, perched on the top of the peak attracts tourists in large number.

Kyunkaleshwar Temple, Pauri
Kyunkaleshwar Temple, Pauri47.28 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple located in Pauri Garhwal is an ancient 8th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is nestled in the lap of Alaknanda Valley and offers soul-rejuvenating views of the snow-clad Himalayan ranges.

Kanwashram Temple
Kanwashram Temple47.46 KMs away from Binsar Temple

A Siddh Peeth of Rishi Kanva, the holy place of Kanvashram is a historical place to visit near Kotdwara. Located at 14 km from the Gate of Garhwal - Kotdwara, Kanvashram is visited by tourists searching for divine peace and solitude. Kanvashram is also mentioned in many Veda's and Hindu Manuscripts.

Dwarahat Range
Dwarahat Range49.14 KMs away from Binsar Temple

The serene town of Dwarahat is nestled in the ravishing Kumaon hills of Uttarakhand. It is perched at an elevation of 1,510 meters above sea level in the Almora district of Uttarakhand.

Jhula Devi Temple
Jhula Devi Temple50.36 KMs away from Binsar Temple

One of the main attractions of Ranikhet, Jhula Devi temple is an 8th-century temple, located in Chaubatia Gardens and at a distance of 7 km. from the city centre. Situated in Kumaon Himalayan range of Uttrakhand, Jhula Devi temple is highly esteemed for devotees from around the world. The presiding deity of the temple, Lord Durga, sits on a wooden swing (Jhula), thus, it was called as ‘Jhula Devi Temple’.

Adi Badri Temples
Adi Badri Temples51.73 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Adi Badri is part of the famous Panch Badri of Uttarakhand. It is a group of sixteen temples, belonging to the Gupta period. Among them is the Narayan temple, where a black stone idol of Vishnu, three feet high is enshrined. This place is within the Badrikshetra, and Badrinath being the name for Vishnu, the temple is known as the Adi Badri.

Devaprayāg
Devaprayāg54.70 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Devprayag which is situated at an altitude of 472 meters above the sea level is famous for many reasons. Devprayag lies at the confluence of rivers Bhagirathi and Alaknanda and thus is the starting point of the holy river Ganga. Devprayag is also home to much revered Rughunathji Temple which is claimed to be constructed about 10, 000 years ago using massive uncemented stones.

Dhari Devi Temple Dang Chaura
Dhari Devi Temple Dang Chaura55.97 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Dhari Devi a temple located on the banks of the Alaknanda River between Srinagar and Rudraprayag in the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand, India. The temple is home to the upper half of the idol of the goddess Dhari, while the lower half of the idol is located in Kalimath, where she is worshipped as a manifestation of the Goddess Kali.

Giri Taal Lake
Giri Taal Lake59.93 KMs away from Binsar Temple

This is a beautiful lake located in the Udham Singh nagar district. One of the favourite picnic spot of Uttarakhand.

Kashipur
Kashipur60.79 KMs away from Binsar Temple

The minion town of Kashipur is emerging as a major industrial center. Many big industrial houses such as India Glycols Ltd, HCL, Videocon, GAMA IFRAPROP Private Ltd. have already set their foot in Kashipur.

Corbett Falls
Corbett Falls63.14 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Eloped in the dense teak wood forest, Corbett Waterfalls dropping down from a height of 60 feet offer a refreshing break from tiring safari session. The area around the waterfall is just the perfect to enjoy a picnic. While visiting the waterfall, make a point to carry sufficient drink and food stock as there are no eating joints nearby. One can also enjoy birdwatching here.

Anasakti Ashram
Anasakti Ashram63.73 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Anasakti Ashram is a peaceful place in Kausani famous for the stay of Mahatma Gandhi for two weeks in 1929. Also known as Gandhi Ashram, this place was described by Gandhi Ji himself as the Switzerland of India, after falling in love with its pristine beauty. In the same place he treatise and practised the Anasakti Yoga. There is a small prayer room in this ashram where prayers are held every morning and evening.

Shri Maa Naina Devi Temple, Nainital
Shri Maa Naina Devi Temple, Nainital63.87 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Famous Hindu pilgrimage site in Nainital. According to the legends, Naina Devi temple came into existence when Lord Shiva was carrying the corpse of Sati, and her eyes fell to the ground where the temple currently stands. The town, the lake, and the temple borrow its name Naina (eyes) Devi temple. Finding its ways from Kushan period, popularly known as Nanda or Naina Devi in the Kumaon region.

Dorothy's Seat -Tiffin Top
Dorothy's Seat -Tiffin Top63.98 KMs away from Binsar Temple

A popular picnic spot in Nainital, Tiffin Top (also known as Dorothy's Seat) is located on Ayarpatta hill, offers a magnificent 360 degree view of the Nainital town and surrounding hills of kumaon region. Apart from a picnic spot amidst the calm and serene environment, Tiffin Top is a delight for photographers. It should be visited by those who enjoy the nature’s calling and love capturing the divine beauty of nature in photographic shots.

Kausani
Kausani63.98 KMs away from Binsar Temple

Kausani is a hill station and village located in the Bageswar district. It is famous for its scenic splendor and its spectacular panoramic views of Himalayan peaks. Mahatma Gandhi called this place the 'Switzerland of India' due to similarity in landscapes.