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Champawat District : Uttarakhand

About District


The district of Champawat constituted in the year 1997 is situated between 29 degree 5 minutes and 29 degree 30 minutes in northern altitude and 79 degree 59 minutes and 80 degree 3 minutes at the center of eastern longitude. The Ram Ganga River acts as a border between Champawat and Pithoragarh in north while Jabgura and Pannar rivers in south and west act as a border between Champawat, Udham Singh Nagar and Almora districts simultaneously. The long chain of mountain in southwestern region acts as a border between the district Champawat and Nainital district. It is important from the defence point of view as in the east Kali river acts the international border between Nepal and India. The geographical coverage of Champawat is about 1613 sq. km. It includes 5 Tehsils, 4 development blocks and 691 revenue villages. The places of tourist interests in the Districts are Champawat, Lohaghat, Purnagiri Temple, Gwal Devta, Baleshwar Temple, Reetha Sahib, Aditya Temple, Pancheshwar, Abott Mount, and Mayawati Ashram.

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