Bhowali is a small town perched in the utterly mesmerizing landscape in the heart of the Nainital which is popular for its fruits orchids includes apples, peaches, strawberries, plums and apricots that are exported to different places.
Bhowali is much popular among people who want to spend their pleasant retreat surrounded by serenity and peace. A stay at Bhowali can give you peace acquisition and making beautiful memories that one can savour throughout one’s life.
The location of Bhowali has resulted in making it an important road junction of Nainital district. Bhowali serves as a gateway of Kumaon like Almora and Bageshwar, especially for the travellers coming from Haldwani route.
Bhowali is also popular for its enchanting outlook and picturesque views of the Himalayan range. You can enjoy and have the perception of experiencing heaven on earth.
Kainchi Dham is a famous Hanuman temple & Ashram in Bhowali which was established by a great saint NeemKaroli Baba in 1960s. It is located in between two hills that cut and cross each other to create a shape of a scissor. That’s why this place is called as KainchiDham.
got more popular after the visits of Steve Jobs (Ex CEO of Apple) in the 70s and Mark Zuckerberg (CEO of Facebook) where they happen to meditate and gain spiritual enlightenment.
Kainchi Dham is surrounded by hills and trees and river stream flowing besides it. The strength and presence of Lord Hanuman in the Ashram are felt in the peace and comfort that the shrine’s campus provides to its visitors.
Golu Devta Temple
GoluDevta, an incarnation of Lord Shiva, presides the temple located in the Ghorakhal in the vicinity of Bhowali. It is often in news for the unique rituals performed here.
One such ritual is that devotees make petitions at the temple, using stamp papers, to seek desired decree in litigations. When their wish gets accomplished, the devotees are shows gratitude by hanging bells or making animal sacrifice.