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Valley Of Flowers Travel Guide

A rambling area of 87 square kilometers in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand, Valley of Flowers is places in the background of the gallant Zanskar Ranges. This virtual heaven on earth has been unidentified to the external world till the great Mountaineer Frank S Smith exposed it in the year 1931.

Bhyundar valley as the locals called it the Valley of Flowers assumes a close connection with the monkey god Hanuman. It is conceived that it was from here that Hanuman brought Sanjivani to the ailing Lakshman. The front of rare and exotic truenesses of medicinal herbs in the valley continues this fabled belief.

A World Heritage Site, the Valley is located at a very noteworthy area, which is the transition point of Himalayan ranges, Zanskar and Western and Eastern Himalayas. This fantasy world invested in the high elevations of Himalayas is saved by snowy mountains. Restricted by the brilliant mountain chain and scintillating glaciers, this destination extends the personal appeal and charm of nature at its best.

Unspoilt by human encroachments this enforcing land lay frosted up in the colder months and burst into its imperial boom on the arrival of hotter months. Throughout these months the valley throws its slumberous nature with its large number of alien flora. When the monsoon clouds started to mizzle, the Valley exhibits its flowery face and the whole area would gleam like a colourful carpet.

A beautiful destination where the nature blossoms with its full vista can be approachable by a dampening but endearing promenade. Eye capturing spectacles like the cascading waterfalls, small streams and above all the ornate hayfields expects the holidaymakers all through the way. With the splashy paddocks, limpid streams and lofty peaks, this baroque of flowers is a desirable watch sight.

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