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The ancient Dunagiri Temple, located 20km from Dwarahat and perched atop a hill at about 2,500m (8200ft), offers one of the widest views of the Himalayan ranges.The temple derives its name from the twin natural peaks of the higher ranges and is draped in rich history, religion and local stories. In the traditional tale, Hanuman found the divine Sanjeevani herb from Dunagiri peak that revived Lakshman in the Ramayan, while in the epic Mahabharat, the Pandavas had their temporary abode here, as well as the numerous saints and ascetics who came here to meditate in solitude.Dunagiri Temple is a 1 hour drive from Ranikhet.
Located 37km from Ranikhet, this small town with a population of about 3,000 is famous for its group of ancient temples built by the Katyuri kings, with specimens resembling the Gurjari School of art.
Located about 80km from Ranikhet on the road to Almora, the group of 125 Jageshwar temples range from 9th to 13th century AD, and are among the twelve Jyotirlingas (shrines dedicated to Lord Shiv). The architectural style originates in the post-Gupta era, and the temples are situated amidst towering deodar trees punctuated by two streams, Surabhi and Nandini that meet a little further down the valley. Adi Shankaracharya, a revered seer, is believed to have renovated and re-established many temples here before leaving for Kedarnath. Cedar, rhodoedendron and oak forests surround the site.
Defined by its unusual spire-like roof, Haidakhan Temple is situated 4km from Ranikhet. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Haidakhan Temple was built by Shri Haidakhan Maharaj, who is said to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. The splendid views of the gigantic Himalayan peaks are clearly visible from the temple.
Dedicated to Goddess Durga as the protector of livestock and people from big cats and other perils, this 8th century temple is known for the numerous bells adorning its walls. The practice of hanging bells for fulfilling wishes is a common custom, and their sound fills the air in the surrounding forest. The temple is a 20 minute drive from NH-57, the only road connecting the village to Ranikhet and other parts of the area, or a 5-6 hour hike for the nimble footed.
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