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Dunagiri is a very beautiful temple of Uttarakhand. After walking about one km you have to climb... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2018
meena1981
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Bokaro Steel City, India
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Dunagiri is a very beautiful and famous Hindu Goddess temple of Uttarakhand. The way is about one... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
Maneesh12345
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New Delhi, India
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Malla Surana Almora | 48. 7 KMs From Ranikhet Hill Station, Almora 263653, India
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Reviewed 26 July 2018

Dunagiri is a very beautiful temple of Uttarakhand. After walking about one km you have to climb stairs to reach the top.The route is covered with tin shed so one can even reach here in Monsoon.The temple is situated on the top of the hill....More

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Reviewed 22 July 2018

Temple is about 15km from village, road approach is good. Situated on hilltop it has good views & peaceful.

1  Thank saurabh g
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Dunagiri is a very beautiful and famous Hindu Goddess temple of Uttarakhand. The way is about one km walking distance. You have to climb stairs to reach the top but as other places the stairs are not so tiry here. All the way is covered...More

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Reviewed 8 February 2017

Dunagiri Temple placed at a distance of 20km from Dawrahat in top of the hill belong to the mountain introduced by "Pavandev' ( the god of wind) each night time of Navratri is devoted to nine distinct sorts of Goddess Durga. they are nine different...More

3  Thank V S C
Reviewed 13 June 2016

This temple is said to be from the period of ramayan and highly important place. Very peaceful place to worship the god and spend few hours in meditation. Stunning beauty around the temple with thick forest. Place for peace seekers and worshipers.

2  Thank Manish B
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Dunagiri maa temple has about 500 steps and is totally covered so that even in rains one can climb and visit the temple. it has a old tree under which Maha Avatar babaji did Tapasya.

3  Thank Ananth P
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Linked to the Ramayana period, this temple is located near Dwarahat and as it is said Hanuman ji dropped a piece of the sanjivini buti at this place. Located about 15 km from Dwarahat, this pristine temple is highly revered by the locals. Owing to...More

1  Thank seedhunter
Reviewed 26 June 2015

Dunagiri temple is a part of DRONANCHAL temple, which was moved by Lord Hanuman during the Ramayana period, when Lord Laxman could be cured only with Himalayan herbs (Sanjiwani). A place where the Deity Durga's temple located, surrounded by lush green & thick forest of...More

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1  Thank yogakec
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Visited the place during my graduation days. The temple is a charm. The cool breeze that surrounds it adds to the magic. Located near dwarahat in almora, this place is a must visit for travelers holidaying near almora/ranikhet. About 200 stairs lead to the temple....More

3  Thank Kapil122
Reviewed 13 May 2015

I have been to the Dunagiri temple multiple times, each time on my way to the temple I am greeted with lush green forests, steep slopes, scenic mountainous peaks. Amidst nature's generosity in abundance, One needs to climb 365 steps to reach to the main...More

7  Thank sandeep_hi
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