Dehradun is Uttarakhand’s state capital and fastest-growing city. Dehradun is situated at an elevation of 1400 feet above sea level and enjoys a pleasant climate all year.
Dehradun is abundant in caves, waterfalls, and natural springs, as one might anticipate from a city in the Himalayan range. Robber’s Cave, a natural cave surrounded by hills
Sahastradhara literally translates to “thousand-fold spring.” It is a popular tourist destination known for its medicinal and therapeutic properties.
Robber’s Cave, also known as Gucchu Pani in the local language, is a river cave formed in the Himalayas. This is thought to be Lord Shiva’s abode.
Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple This revered temple, a heartfelt cave shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, is located along the banks of a river, lending it a special sanctity.
MALSI DEER PARK
Malsi Deer Park, also known as Malsi Zoo a zoological garden situated at the bottom of the Shivalik range in Dehradun. The rich flora and fauna highlight the beauty of the place
The monastery is a visual wonder because it is an architectural masterpiece with several sections. The monastery has its gardens, university complex, and Asia’s tallest Stupa.
The Forest Research Institute, which was founded in 1906, is spread across 4.5 square kilometers and features imposing Colonial and Greco-Roman architectural styles
FOREST RESEARCH INSTITUTE