Chamoli - Where Nature's Beauty Meets Spiritual Serenity.

About Chamoli

Chamoli is situated in the Garhwal region of the state and is known for its natural beauty, scenic views, and religious significance. The district is surrounded by the majestic Himalayan Mountains and is home to several important pilgrimage sites, including the famous Badrinath Temple.

Chamoli district is also known for its glaciers, rivers, and valleys, and is a popular destination for adventure sports such as trekking, camping, and skiing. The district is home to the Nanda Devi National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes.

The district is also famous for its rich cultural heritage and traditional handicrafts, including woodcarving, rug making, and handloom weaving. Chamoli remains a popular destination for tourists and spiritual seekers alike, who come to experience the beauty and serenity of the region.

Living in the mountains mostly in places that are not easily accessible, the people of the district have been able to preserve their culture, folklore, folksongs and folk dances, the last, a distinctive feature of the district, being seasonal, traditional and religious, some of the better known being described by Thadiya dance, Jeetu Bhagdawal and Jagar or Ghariyali.