Major tribes of Uttarakhand
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Uttarakhand mainly houses the Jaunsari, Tharu, Bhotia, Boksa and Raji tribes, which have been kept under the Scheduled Tribes since 1967. The most populous tribe in Uttarakhand is Tharu and the least populous tribe. Uttarakhand has the highest number of …
Major Institutions of Uttarakhand
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Following are the major institutes of Uttarakhand and their status Uttarakhand Public Service Commission – Haridwar Indian Forest Research Institute – Dehradun Indra Gandhi National Forest Academy – Dehradun Mahatma Gandhi Ophthalmology Center – Dehradun Lal Bahadur Shastri National Administrative …
National Parks of Uttarakhand
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Jim Corbett National Park Jim Corbett National Park is the first national park in India and Asia established in 1936 as Haley National Park, after independence it was named Ramganga National Park, then in the year 1957, it was named …
Uttarakhand – Major Pass
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Pass – The natural routes of movement found in the hills and mountain areas are called passes. Pithauragarh-Tibet – Lipukh, Darma Uttarkashi-Tibet – Thagla, Mulingla, Nellang, Sagachokala Chamoli-Tibet – Neeti, Kingery-Bingri, Mana-Dungri La, Balacha, Ghatralia, Koi, Mundar, Shalshala, Tanjun, Chorhoti, …
Uttarakhand Wildlife Sanctuary
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There are a total of 7 wildlife sanctuaries in Uttarakhand. Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over 957 sq km area in the district of Chamoli and Rudraprayag. It was established in 1972, mainly due to the presence …
Major Lakes of (Kumaon) Uttarakhand
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Major Lakes of Kumaon >> Nainital Nainital is called Tri Rishi Sarovar in Skandpuran, Nainital is also known as Sarovar City and City of Lakes Nainital is surrounded by seven hills, which includes ‘China Peak, Lion’s Blackjack, Irish, Devapat, Hardiri, Snowy …
Major Rivers of Uttarakhand
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Yamuna River Yamuna river is extracted from the Yamunotri Kantha salt place situated on the Bandarpunch mountain in Uttarkashi, the length of Yamuna is 136 km in the state. Following are the major tributaries of Yamuna Tons It is the …