Friday, 9 August 2013

Naukuchiatal Lake Resort

Uttarakhand declared as the twenty seventh state of India is a diverse region with lush green hills, snow-clad mountains, giant rivers and fertile land, hence it is many times referred to as gods abode due to its serenity and tranquility. These varieties and diversities make the state the most favorite tourist destination of India.
Lake Resort Naukuchiatal
Naukuchiatal Lake View from Resort Room
Uttrakhand the land of lakes has many scenic beautiful tourist spots like Bhimtal, Nainital and Naukuchiatal. Each of these destinations has some specialty of its own, concealed in its perimeters. Basically Tal means lake in the local language and Naukuchiatal is a nine cornered lake and a gateway, which can be easily accessed from Delhi and other major cities. Located in a bewitching location just twenty five km from Nainital and four km from Bhimtal this gift of nature is set on a huge seventy acres of thick oak forest. The enchanting views of the lake offer a piece of mind and a feeling of god’s presence in the majestic surroundings. Naukuchiatal has a mention in the mythological story of Mahabharata. It is mentioned that Pandavas the heroes of Mahabharata stayed in the vicinity of Naukuchiatal and Bhimtal, when they were wandering in the jungles during their banishment period. Locals still look at these lakes and surrounding areas as the residence of gods and believe that one who sees the nine corners of Naukuchiatal from a single point will attain Nirvana meaning escape of the soul from effects of karma and bodily existence. With all these great beliefs and peculiarities attached with the place Naukuchiatal Lake Resort has become the most favored tourist and pilgrim spot.

Visit Uttarakhand the popular hub of many exciting tourist destinations, adorned with natural beauty as well as great historical background, where you can sit on the lap of nature and get immersed in its beauty. Visit Naukuchiatal Lake for an exotic vacation and take back the memories of this glamorous place, which is dipped in nature’s bounty.

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