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Visit Nainital for exploring natural beauty of the hills and lakes
Nainital a popular destination for tourists:
The mythological story about Nainital:
History of Modern Nainital:
Places to visit in Hill Station Nainital:
Nainital Lake- This Lake is also popular as Naini Lake and located in the center of the city. The city got its name Nainital from this lake. The lake looks like an eye and one of the hottest spot for the tourist to visit. Boating facilities are also available and people can enjoy the scenic view of the surrounding area. The Northern side of the lake is popular in the name of Mallital and the southern side of the lake is called as Tallital. Lake Bridge connects the 2 banks of the lake.
Naini Devi Temple: On the northern bank of the Nainital Lake the Naini Devi Temple is located. People of Nainital believe strongly on the Naina Devi blessings. Two eyes of ma Sati represent this temple. Aside to that Ma Naina Devi is believed to be the deities of Lord Ganesha and Ma Kaali. The temple was destroyed in the landslide in the year 1880 and later reconstructed.
St. John Church: This church was established in the year 1844 and located in the Mallital region of the city. The then Bishop of Calcutta Daniel Wilson, fell ill when he visited this city of Nainital and being impressed by the beauty of this place laid the foundation for the construction of the St. John Church.
Governor's House: This house was built in the year 1899 and the designing of this house was done in the domestic Gothic Victorian style. Presently it acts as the guest house officially for the Uttarakhand governor.
Snow View: Located at a height of 2,270 m in the top of Sher-ka-danda Ridge. Cable cars are available to take you to this spot. You can stay there for one hour and again come back via the cable car. From here you can enjoy the spectacular view of Nanda kot, Nanda Devi and Trishul.
Naini Peak: Naini Peak or China peak is the highest ever peak of this city located at a height of 2,615 m from sea level. The scenic view of the Nainital Lake, Nainital Town and even the Great Wall of China can be seen.
Tiffin Top: Tiffin Top or Dorothy's Seat, is a terraced hill top on the Ayarpatta hill. A picnic perch of stonework in name of Dorothy's Seat is present there in memory of Dorothy Kellet, the wife of a British Army officer Col J.P. Kellett DSO MC.
Gurney House: This house used to be the residence of Jim Corbett, located in the hills of Ayarpatta. Although now a private property, still visitors can visit this place to see the "museum of Corbett memorabilia".
Things to Buy in Nainital:
Home-made jams: The local homemade jams are very tasty and you can definitely collect them
Apples: Green apples as well as red apples of Nainital are very popular. And you can buy them from the local bazaars to get freshness and good taste. The prices are very reasonable, so dont forget to collect them.Shawls and sweaters: The local people sell handmade shawls and sweaters. These are of good quality and must to buy.
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