Paatal Bhuvneshvar

Paatal Bhuvneshvar, Gangolihat - opiniones y fotos

Paatal Bhuvneshvar
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RAJENDRA884 PRASAD
Faridabad, India3.233 aportes
No photography means it is not a friendly place
may. de 2018 • Amigos
Visited this place with a large group of students. We were asked to leave our mobile phones outside the cave temple, which was very improper for the management as we were denied the opportunity to take back good memories of visiting this cave structure. On the other hand, the priests were narrating stories, which were simply unimaginable. Every rock was shown as some part of Lord Shiva or some religious place. Too much of superstition and rituals, which I do not believe in. Therefore, this might be a great place for believers but not for people like me.
Escrita el 19 de abril de 2019
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b253sector26
23 aportes
A surreal experience
jun. de 2018 • Familia
A must visit place for many reasons. Firstly there are not many such places. Secondly the beauty of the location. And if you are a believer then you would just love the stories that local guide tells you. The cave is 90 feet deep and 150 feet long. Mouth of the cave is at 5400 feet above sea level. Photography is not allowed inside. you have to deposit ur phone and camera outside.
Escrita el 23 de junio de 2018
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Sourav B
Kolkata (Calcuta), India191 aportes
Good scenic place
mar. de 2018 • Familia
We approached Patal Bhuvaneswar from chaukori and the road all through was very good and scenic.. The approach to the temple was good paved road and with excellent views..
Escrita el 16 de abril de 2018
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A S
87 aportes
Ecxiting experience
nov. de 2017 • Pareja
The climb down the cave is thrilling for both the religious and the adventure-seeker. The narrow, steep and dark passage of uneven and slippery cold stone, even with an iron chain for support and a few lights for comfort, might seem frightening for many, although I am sure nobody will regret it if they take the plunge, except for claustrophobics and people with severe cardio-respiratory illnesses who should stay away.
On the outside, the quaint small shrine is located on a charming wooded slope, which presents a grand spectacle of the lofty snowy heights of the famous Nanda Devi range. One might lose track of time looking at the great mountains sitting in the lap of nature among the trees.
Escrita el 28 de febrero de 2018
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samba81
Nueva Delhi, India27 aportes
Hotel Bhuvaneshwar Restro
nov. de 2017
My sister and myself, both senior citizens , paid an unexpected visit to Paatal Bhuvaneshwar, Uttarakhand in mid-November,2017. We reached in the evening hours in biting cold. As Shiv Gufa was closed we were compelled to look for accomodation, there were few options in terms of comfort and hygiene. By chance we heard a friendly voice speaking in chaste English , offering his hotel with clean rooms and toilets with geyser as well as hot tasty food/tea for us and our driver.The name of the hotel was Bhuvaneshwar Restro and the voice we heard was that of its proprietor, Mr.Virender Singh Rawal.The hotel was spic and span, under the personal supervision of its proprietor, who is , incidentally a Hotel Management graduate with wide experience in the Hospitality industry both in India and abroad.The greatest attraction of this hotel is its proximity to the Shiv Gufa , also un-hindered view of the Himalayas. The dining hall was huge, decorated beautifully with antiques , some of pre-war times. The food was superb, personally served by the proprietor himself. He maintained bon-homie with one and all.
Escrita el 4 de febrero de 2018
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Rahulpar2014
Nueva Delhi, India51 aportes
Don't miss if you are anywhere within 200 kms radius of Almora
jun. de 2017
If you can manage the guts to enter the cave, you have won the battle. Don't pay heed to scary stories of others & jump in. Get ready to be transported to a different world altogether. Do read about the history of the place before visiting as it'll help you to understand and appreciate it better. This place has a history of thousands of years. The most recent account being from 8th century when Shankaracharya re-found it. The same family has been performing the pooja here for last 1200 years. Don't miss if you are anywhere within 200 kms radius of Almora. I assure you this'll be once in a lifetime experience
Escrita el 30 de agosto de 2017
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DrRahulvarma
Ghaziabad, India148 aportes
beautiful and peaceful
jun. de 2017 • Familia
Nice place in uttarakhand , different from usual hill stations. We enjoyed our road trip as well as hotel stay.
Escrita el 20 de junio de 2017
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neeleshkulkarni
Nueva Delhi, India584 aportes
amongst the most thrilling places.
may. de 2017 • Amigos
among the m thrilling places i have ever visited.Sliding down a tunnel hardly 5x4 feet and then entering a cave 90 feet below ground level is amazing.
there is tremendous religious significance but even devoid of that it is an experience in itself not to be missed.
read my full review at Patal Bhuvaneshwar temple.

Escrita el 18 de junio de 2017
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HOMPRS
Nueva Delhi, India489 aportes
Mysterious cave temple
jun. de 2017 • Amigos
190km from kathgodam (far and tiring journey) will bring you to patal bhuvneshwar (Highly recommended), where the cave temple is the only thing that attracts a lot of crowd from all over India and abroad. Bring own vehicle (recommended) to cover the long journey in bits and pieces. One cane catch only direct bus from haldwani (6am) to patal bhuvneshwar/gangolihat or do a break journey from almora (better and non-tiring). Same bus to haldwani can be taken from main bazar patal bhuvneshwar (at 8:30am thrice a week on alternate days)/or go till gangolihat to get seat in other direct bus (last bus at 10am from gangolihat), which reaches patal bhuvneshwar intersection at 11-11:30am). Its a small and quiet area with few options to stay and not many eateries. May-June is peak season (plan accordingly)
Escrita el 12 de junio de 2017
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Ajit N
Dubái, Emiratos Árabes Unidos80 aportes
Awesome!!!
jun. de 2016 • Familia
Paatal bhuvneshwar is a series of underground caves interconnected and forming a cluster of caves. Naturally formed shapes and structures are being seen there which has its own story. Could double as a pilgrimage place as same is relevant to hinduism. U need to be a bit physically fit to slide down the cave as the entrance is narrow.
Escrita el 23 de mayo de 2017
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