Tuesday, 23 December 2014

How is Christmas Celebrated in India?

Christmas usually begins with a visit to the church and engaging in some community services. People visit their family members and relatives wearing new clothes, exchange gifts and have dinner together.
Christmas Tree
Christmas Tree
People decorate their home with electric illuminations. Some put on the miniature clay oil burners. During this time you will see multiple commercial buildings decorated from both inside and the outside for Christmas. There will probably be a Christmas tree along with Santa hanging out at the door as a sign of thanksgiving and a means to amuse the little kids. Since it is vacation time across various academic institutions in the country, cultural events are organized along with some outdoor extracurricular activities.
Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas
Children go door to door singing Christmas carols, collecting donations from neighborhoods for some noble cause or community works. People come together and have a grand feast during this festive season. Celebrate a memorable Christmas season with us at United-21 Nature Paradise, Bhimtal if you are coming from distant places to enjoy your vacation.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Bhimtal Offers Immense Beauty And Serenity To Its Tourists

Situated at an altitude of over 1300 metres, Bhimtal is a fascinating town in Nainital district of the North Indian state, Uttarakhand. Its pleasant climate and beautiful natural surroundings attract plenty of tourists every year from distant places. Bhimtal is believed to have been in existence since the ancient times, as it has been mentioned in Mahabharata, one of the greatest Hindu epics. An old temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is said to have been built by Bhima, according to Mahabharata.
Bhimtal Lake
Bhimtal Lake
Historical records suggest that the temple, called 'Bhimeshwara Mahadev Temple', was built by a 17th century king of Chand dynasty, Baz Bahadur. Tourists enjoying their vacation in Bhimtal can also visit many other popular attractions while touring this region. Bhimtal Lake is a major one among them, which offers travellers the chance to enjoy boating on its calm waters. Other exciting attractions include Nal Damyanti Tal, Hidimba Parvat, and Sayad Baba ki Mazar.
United-21 Resort Bhimtal
United-21 Resort Bhimtal
Tourists coming to Bhimtal for an exciting vacation are always in search of hotels or resorts that would offer them comfortable stays. Some of the popular Bhimtal resorts not only provide excellent rooms and suites, but also have all the modern facilities, which makes staying in them a memorable experience.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

The Enchanting Bhimtal Lake in Nainital District

One of the largest lakes in Nainital district of Uttarakhand state, and the second largest one in the district's Kumaon region, the Bhimtal Lake has become one of the major tourist attractions of Bhimtal town. Geologists are of the opinion that this lake was created by a series of faults, which occurred due to movements in the Earth's crust.
United-21 Resort Bhimtal
United-21 Resort Bhimtal
Tourists exploring this lake would come across a small island in the middle of this lake. Best time to visit this lake is during the period from April to July, and September to October. The resorts in Bhimtal not only provide comfortable stays to the tourists, but also offer them greater convenience in visiting this lake and the attractions close to it. The lake fosters a large variety of aquatic life, and its surrounding woods abound with a variety of flora and fauna.
Dam: Bhimtal Lake And Bhim Temple at Bhimtal
Dam: Bhimtal Lake And Bhim Temple at Bhimtal
Migratory birds arrive during the winter months, which would be a wonderful chance for bird-watchers and wildlife photographers to catch them in action. A 40-feet tall Victoria Dam at the end of this lake has terraced flower gardens on both its sides. Tourists visiting the lake would get a chance to indulge in some exciting activities like boating and fishing.

Explore The Awe-Inspiring Tourist Attractions Of Bhimtal

A small town in Nainital district of the North Indian state, Uttarakhand, Bhimtal is just the kind of destination that tourists look for, to spend a quiet vacation. Many travellers arrive in this region every year, to explore its popular attractions. A stay in any of the Bhimtal resorts gives them the convenience to get to the interesting places in and around this enchanting town.
Pannatal Lake, Bhimtal
Pannatal Lake, Bhimtal
Situated at a height of over 1,000 metres above sea-level, Bhimtal offers a truly pleasant climate to its visitors for most parts of the year. Best time to be in this amazing travel destination is during the period between mid-April to mid-July, and from mid-September to the month of October. According to the local legends, Bhimtal gets its name from a popular character known as 'Bhima' from the greatest Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
Boating at Bhimtal Lake
Boating at Bhimtal Lake
Some are also of the opinion that the town was named Bhimtal owing to the presence of Bhimeshwara Mahadev Temple in this region, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Main attraction of the town is the Bhimtal Lake, which is largest of all lakes found in the Nainital district. Other tourist attractions located close to this town are Sat Tal, Karkotaka Hill, Hidimba Parvat, and Sayad Baba Ki Mazar.