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I know very few people out there knows the meaning of this word, but we all have that Fairwaa inside us.
The guy on the lonely pathway walking towards the horizon.
Yes, we all are the Fairwaa because we all wana to be free from this chaos and jumbled life. Free from the hectic workload, free from the world of living on the clock. Is this the life that we wanted? Is it the happiness that we wanted our whole life? I don’t know about u but it doesn’t feel good to me.
I was brought up running on a grass field, running barefoot to the top of the mountain beside my house. Now see what we have become. Life doesn’t give us what we want, but we can get some part of it by being a FAIRWAA. Life is like a book, some chapters are happy some are sad some are exciting, but if you never turn the pages, you will never know what the next chapter holds. I always tell people to be free, to be what they are meant to be. Be Fairwaa be that bunny that u lure for, be that person inside u.
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In the country of India’s north sits the state of Uttarakhand. In 2000, it was separated from Uttar Pradesh to become India’s 27th state. Haridwar is the largest city in Uttarakhand, and Dehradun serves as the state capital.

The hill stations of Mussoorie, Nainital, and Auli are among the most well-liked tourist attractions in India. Uttarakhand is noted for its natural beauty. Being the location of the well-known Char Dham Yatra, which visits the four sacred sites of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, the state is also well-known for its religious significance.

The production of hydroelectric power, tourism, and agriculture are the main economic drivers of Uttarakhand. The state is abundant in natural resources, such as minerals, forests, and healing herbs. Some prestigious educational institutions, notably the Forest Research Institute in Dehradun and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, are also located in Uttarakhand.


The Indus Valley Civilization’s ancient history may be found in Uttarakhand. Afterwards, a number of dynasties, including the Mauryas, Kushanas, Guptas, Katyuris, and Chandras, dominated the area.

The Kumaon and Garhwal kingdoms, which the British eventually acquired in the early 19th century, governed the area throughout the Middle Ages. With numerous freedom warriors coming from Uttarakhand, the area was crucial in India’s fight for independence.

After India gained independence in 1947, Uttarakhand became a part of Uttar Pradesh. However, the demand for a separate state of Uttarakhand grew stronger in the 1990s, and on November 9, 2000, the state of Uttarakhand was finally created.

Uttarakhand has advanced significantly since its founding in a number of fields, including agriculture, tourism, and education. The state is renowned for its natural splendour, religious sites, and historical significance. A few of the tallest mountain peaks in the world, including the renowned Himalayas, are also found there.

The cultural legacy of Uttarakhand is rich, with a wide variety of communities, dialects, and traditions. Many historic temples, including the well-known Kedarnath and Badrinath shrines, which are among the most significant Hindu pilgrimage destinations, can be found in the state.

The state is renowned for its distinctive handicrafts as well, including wooden toys, wool clothing, copper, and brass items. The Garhwali and Kumaoni dance styles are two well-known examples of the traditional folk music and dance of Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand has gained popularity as a travel destination recently and draws tourists from all over the world. With its snow-capped mountains, lush green forests, and crystal-clear rivers, the state is renowned for its visual splendour. In Uttarakhand, famous tourist locations include Jim Corbett National Park, Mussoorie, Nainital, and Rishikesh.

With many troops coming from the state, Uttarakhand is renowned for its contributions to the Indian armed services. Together with these notable individuals, the state also gave birth to Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a well-known Indian cricketer, and Atal Bihari Vajpayee, a former Indian prime minister.

Overall, Uttarakhand has a fascinating history and a special fusion of tradition, culture, and natural beauty.


The state is located in the foothills of the Himalayas and is bordered by Tibet in the north, Nepal in the east, and the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh in the south and Himachal Pradesh in the west.

Garhwal and Kumaon are the two geographical divisions of the state. Much of the Garhwal region is mountainous, with a number of peaks rising to a height of over 7,000 metres, including the well-known Nanda Devi summit. On the other side, the Kumaon area is more undulating and is renowned for its woods and beautiful green valleys.

The Ganges, Yamuna, and Kali are just a few of the Himalayan rivers that flow through Uttarakhand. These rivers provide as key sources of hydroelectric power as well as water for cultivation.

With several national parks and animal sanctuaries, including the Jim Corbett National Park, Rajaji National Park, and Valley of Flowers, the state is renowned for its unique flora and fauna.

In Uttarakhand, the weather changes depending on where you are. Lower places have a subtropical climate, while higher elevations have an alpine and tundra environment. The state experiences the majority of its rainfall from June to September, during the monsoon season.

Other Details

  1. State Capital: Dehradun
  2. Districts: 13
  3. Official Language: Hindi
  4. Other Languages Spoken: Garhwali Kumaoni, Punjabi, and English
  5. Population: 10.1 million (as per 2011 census)
  6. Literacy Rate: 79.63%
  7. Sex Ratio: 963 females per 1000 males
  8. Area: 53,483 sq km
  9. Bordering States: Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
  10. Major Rivers: Ganges, Yamuna, Kali, Ramganga, and Bhagirathi
  11. Highest Peak: Nanda Devi (7,816 meters)
  12. Major Industries: Tourism, Agriculture, Horticulture, and Hydroelectric Power Generation.
  13. Major Tourist Attractions: Mussoorie, Nainital, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Dehradun, Jim Corbett National Park, Valley of Flowers National Park, and Auli.
  14. State Animal: Alpine Musk Deer
  15. State Bird: Himalayan Monal
  16. State Tree: Burans (Rhododendron)
  17. State Flower: Brahma Kamal (Saussurea obvallata)
  18. Major Airports: Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun and Pantnagar Airport in Udham Singh Nagar.
  19. Major Festivals: Kumbh Mela, Ganga Dussehra, Makar Sankranti, Bikhauti Mela, Nanda Devi Mela, and Bikhauti Mela.
  20. Agricultural Products: Rice, Wheat, Soybean, Mustard, Potato, and Lentils.
  21. Major Hydroelectric Power Projects: Tehri Dam, Bhakra Dam, Srinagar Dam, Pancheshwar Dam, and Lakhwar Dam.
  22. Major Wildlife Sanctuaries: Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary, Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, and Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary.
  23. State Symbols: Uttarakhand State Emblem – Trishul (Trident), Uttarakhand State Song – “O Ganga Ma”, 
  24. Uttarakhand State Dance – Langvir Nritya.


197 A, Sri Niwas, Himmatpur Malla,

Near Shiv Mandir,

Unchapul, Haldwani

Nainital, Uttarakhand

PIN: 263139


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