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Dak pathar Valley

April 10, 2012
Mohammed Abdulkarim
Scenery and Places
Alamgir III 2012-Present



Dak Pathar Valley is a beautiful valley located in the state of Uttarakhand in northern India. The valley is situated at an altitude of approximately 790 meters above sea level and is surrounded by the Shivalik Range of the Himalayas. The name "Dak Pathar" means "Postal Rock" in Hindi, and it is said that during the British Raj era, this was a place where the postal runners used to change horses. The valley is known for its scenic beauty, lush green forests, and picturesque landscapes. It is a popular destination for nature lovers and trekkers. The area around the valley is also rich in flora and fauna, and visitors can spot a variety of birds and animals here. One of the major attractions in the Dak Pathar Valley is the Dak Pathar Dam, which is built across the Yamuna River. The dam provides water for irrigation and electricity generation in the region. There is also a beautiful garden near the dam that is worth visiting. Overall, the Dak Pathar Valley is a great place to visit for those who love nature and want to experience the beauty of the Himalayas.

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Very good information.


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