Champawat - Champawat Hotel

Champawat, Champawat Tour, Champawat Hotel

Champawat

Champawat is a new district town in the Uttaranchal that offers a captivating view of the delightful wooded country. This place is also known due to its rich historic wealth. Earlier Champawat was the capital of the Chand rulers of Kumaon. The ancient shrines of Champawat lost their main sanctum, but the remaining structure, the ancient temples of Baleshwar, Nagnath and some ruins around the temple are still present which reflect the creative energy of the hill artists. The tradition of the present appellation of Kumaon is associated with Champawat. It was believed that Lord Vishnu assumed the tortoise incarnation (Kurm Avatar) and was punished for several hundred years on a mountain in Champawat. The place where he was punished came to be known as Kurmachal and Kumaon was its natural temple evolution. On the top of the Kumachal mountain, the temple of the Ghatotkach of the Mahabharata is located. This term was first applied to eastern part of present Kumaon and later extended to the entire region. The places which are worth seeing in Champawat are the Narsingh Danda, Hingla Devi, Ghatotkach temple, Maneshwar, Kranteswar and the Surya temple at village Ramak.

 

Champawat Rest House

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For the accommodation, there are various rest houses and small hotels in Champawat. Among the various rest houses, one of the rest house is the Champawat Tourist Rest House. The Champawat tourist rest house is run by the Kumaoan Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. This rest house has about six deluxe rooms and five super deluxe room.

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