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God created man in his image and likeness and He created Mussoorie in the image and likeness of the Garden of Eden! The Mother Nature didn’t look back when it started immersing this plateau with allure and pulchritude. Beyond the limits of all human imaginations and par the boundaries of all the worldly lexicons if there exists a realm, it is Mussoorie. Nestled at the foothills of Himalayan cordillera in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, this jewel of north is a very well known hill resort of Northern India. Designated as the ‘Queen of the Hills’ and ‘the gateway to the Gangotri and Yamunotri Shrines’; Mussoorie is a municipal corporation of Dehradun District in the state of Uttarakhand. Stationed approximately 35 kilometers from the state capital Dehradun and nearly 290 kilometers from New Delhi, Mussoorie is a pleasant retreat in the cradle of infinite beauty and ecstasy.
Perched at the altitude of about 2000 meters on a horse shoe shaped mountain moraine, Mussoorie, the theatrical and astounding hill station is the sweetest melody ever composed by the cosmos. Offering the spectacular views of the staggering Doon Valley and magnanimous Shivalik Mountain Ranges, Mussoorie is a real banquet to the human heart and soul. The captivating vistas of all encompassing tablelands carpeted with lush verdure, affluent flora and fauna, awe inspiring snow crowned mountain peaks, surrounding valley teeming with flowers, milky cataracts and glittering brooks surging down the precipices render Mussoorie a plethora of all natural radiance and artistry. Mussoorie, a heaven for adventure enthusiasts unfolds a vast array of venturesome activities such as trekking, mountain climbing, hiking, and many more in the serene abode of nature. Mussoorie, the fairy land came to life equally enchants both youngsters and old people. This incomparable hill resort profuse with transcendental scenic beauty is throbbing with tourists all through the year.
The name Mussoorie finds it origin from the word ‘Mansoor’ which is a kind of shrub particularly indigenous to this area. Often, the town Mussoorie is also referred to as ‘Mansoori’ by most natives. Today, Mussoorie is suffering from the over development and over commercialization of hotels, lodges and other such kind of enterprises related to tourism industry.
The best period to pay a visit to Udaipur is September to April. In the month of March or April the Mewar Festival of Udaipur is held and the Shilpgram Crafts Fair is organized in November or December every year.