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This river shows what climate change is doing to the world. I only see it in it's glory in monsoons. Most of the time it's not even visible when you cross the bridges. It's sad what we humans have did to planet.
On your way to nainital from kathgodam, you will come across this river with knee deep water, full of rocks and pebbles. It gives a nice scenic view of the hills and is a nice place to spend some time. Water was rather clean, you...More
Gayla River is a sourse of minerals like sand for the local area. Famous temple Ranibagh situated at the bank of Gaula river is a place of cremation of Hindu devotees. Fair on Makar Sankranti is famous attraction for locals and tourists.
Gaula or locally more popular as Gola is a small seasonal river near Nainital. It originates near Sattal, fed by many springs which come to life during monsoon and ends in Ramganga which further opens in Ganga thereby travelling around 500 km in length.
A long river which can be seen from Nainital highway down in the valley. You can go to the river through various access points down from the road by foot. If you want to visit by your vehicle then you will need to visit Amiya...More