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Valley of flower: ‘Beautiful’ than Kashmir

 Travel correspondent

 Published: 04:35 PM, 12 October 2019   Updated: 04:35 PM, 12 October 2019

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

A little heaven on earth; according to many, the place is better than Kashmir. Located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. It is located at the foot of the Tipla Glacier in the Himalayan Range. The park starts at three kilometers away from Ghangaria Base Camp.

There are many ways to enter the valley, with the frosty air of the Himalayas, the smell of flowers will refresh the mind of anyone. Increases mental freshness manifold. With which to conquer the height, you can walk the entire valley. Through the thousands of colorful flowers, the occasional tropical glaciers of the Himalayan Range. Our main objective was the 'Valley of Flowers'.

Uttarakhand was formerly known as Uttaranchal. Haridwar on the train. Then along the hill road to Badrinath. Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandprayag, you will reach at Peepalkothi through Joshimath. From there, go to Badrinath via Gobindghat. This is where the Valley of Flowers begins. From November to April, it remains under the white snow, and the road also. From the end of April, the ice melts begin, the small trees start swellings with eye-catching flower buds in the middle of August, the whole valley was filled with flowers


Valley of Flowers

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site now. The park is 87.5 sq km while 2 km wide and about 8 km long and about 13,000 feet high from the land. Just different color flowers and flowers all around. The Pushpavati River flows through the valley. Three hundred species of flowers, including Daisies, Calendula, Poppy, Dianthus, Potentilla and aster, and Alpine flowers in the valley.

Thousands of exotic flowers on the snow-capped mountains, river valleys, and green carpets will give you the heavenly feelings in the earth. The British Beauty Queen Mergerate came to the 13000 height’s garden from London in 1939. This is where she fell backward and died. Her small tomb in the flower garden is a symbol of her love for the flower garden.