The harmony of the remote Himalayas, the comforts of a forest lodge, the sanctuary is the best getaway that refreshes a person’s body, soul
and spirit in the surroundings of a luxury resort located in the natural beauty of the Himalayas. Situated at a height of about 6000 feet in the
mountains, people have to get to the lodge either by foot or by pony, through the terrace farms and oak forests. The resort includes stone
bungalows and the annexes that comprise of a glass enclosed solar heated swimming pool. The view on one side of the property expands over
to the plains, through the foot hills and on the other side, is the snow peaks of the Himalayas. A person can see the Nanda Devi range closely
on a clear day.
The Aranyani – Jageshwar
Jageshwar is a pilgrimage town in Dist. Almora, Uttarakhand, accepted to convey the Nagesh Jyotirlinga committed to Shiva, found 36 km upper
east of Almora, in Kumaun district. The 124 extensive and little stone temples, dating ninth to thirteenth century AD, upkept by the Archeological
Survey of India (ASI), including the Dandeshwar Temple, Chandi-ka-Temple, Jageshwar Temple, Kuber Temple, Mritunjaya Temple, Nanda Devi or Nau
Durga, Nava-grah temple, a Pyramidal shrine, and Surya Temple, amongst which the most established sanctum is the Mrityunjaya Temple and the
greatest holy place is the Dandeshwar Temple. Once the focal point of Lakulish Shaivism, Jageshwar is situated at an elevation of 1870 mts,
in the Jataganga river valley amongst the Deodar forest (Cedrus deodara) beginning from Artola town on Almora–Pithoragarh road, where two
streams Nandini and Surabhi flowing down the hills. The Jageshwar Monsoon Festival, held between 15 July to 15 August happens at Jageshwar amid
the Hindu calendar month of Shravan and the yearly Maha Shivratri Mela (Shivratri celebration), which happens during spring.