Things to Do in Kausani

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  • Gandhi Ashram

    Gandhi Ashram

    Mahatma Gandhi had stayed at this very ashram in 1929. Inspired by the blissful beauty of this picturesque hamlet, it is here that he wrote about Geeta-Anashakti Yog.

    Also known as Anashakti Ashram, it’s a simple whitewashed cottage engraved with the teachings of the Mahatma. With several quotes ...

    Places to See Around Museum
  • Girihas Tea Estate

    Girihas Tea Estate

    Visit the tea estates and get familiar with the famous Uttaranchal tea; the Girihas Tea Estate offers you a chance to educate yourself about the tea-making process. This famous tea is exported to many countries, so a walk through the tea garden is an idea worth considering. ...

    Parks and Gardens
  • Sumitranandan Pant Gallery

    Sumitranandan Pant Gallery

    Being the hometown of the famous Hindi poet Sumitranandan Pant, Kausani houses a museum named after him. The museum showcases the manuscripts, drafts and the awards received by the great poet. It also has a library with an interesting collection of books. ...

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  • Rudrahari Falls/Caves

    Rudrahari Falls/Caves

    Located amidst a dense spread of pine forests, this enthralling combination of splashing cascades and ancient caves makes for an excellent tourist attraction. Maintained in a perfectly natural way, this site also has a popular temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Someshwar Shiv Temple is located close to the waterfalls. ...

    Lakes and Waterfalls Religious
  • Kot Bhramari Temple

    Kot Bhramari Temple

    Also known as the Bhramari Devi Temple and Kote-ke-Mai, this temple is located at a distance of 5 kilometres from Kausani. It is believed that the great Indian sage Guru Shankarcharya stayed at this temple while travelling to Garhwal. Every year in August, a fair known as the Nanda Ashtami ...

  • Bajinath Temple

    Bajinath Temple

    A renowned religious site in the town of Bajinath, the Bajinath Temple is located around 16 kilometres away from Kausani. Located on the banks of the Gomti River in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand, the temple was built during the 12th century and holds great religious and historic significance ...

  • Pinnath


    Located at the foot of the Gopalkot Peak, Pinnath is a small village near Kausani known for the Pinnath Temple. The square shaped temple is dedicated Lord Bhairon. The walls of these temples are adorned with the images of Lord Mahadev and Devi. Pannith is also known for hosting a ...

    Religious Places to see around