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Happy Uttarakhand Foundation Day 2021 Wishes, Images, Quotes, Speech

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Happy Uttarakhand Foundation Day Wishes and Images 2021: Uttarakhand Foundation Day will be celebrated in the summer capital Garrison (Bharadisain). Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat will go to Garsain after attending the main function at Dehradun Police Line on November 9. Police parade and cultural programs will be organized in Garrison.

On November 8, the Chief Minister will launch a mountain bike rally. The Chief Minister will inaugurate a free Wi-Fi connectivity program in all the colleges of the state from Doiwala. From here, he will also inaugurate the Dobra-Chanti Bridge. On 9th November, the Chief Minister will pay tribute to the martyrs of the state movement at the Martyr’s Memorial, Dehradun. The main event will be held in the police line, in which the Uttarakhand Establishment Parade and Development Book will be released.

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Uttarakhand Foundation Day Wishes and Images 2021

पहाड़ प्यार है ❤
नहीं भाया उस परिंदे को वो ऊंची ऊंची इमारतें
सपने ऊंचा उड़ने के देखे
और इन पहाड़ो से इश्क कर बैठा!
Happy Uttarakhand Foundation Day

इन पहाड़ों में आकर देखना ,
कभी इनसे बातें करके देखना ,
ये भी तुमसे बातें करते है
कभी इस सुकून को महसूस करके देखना ,
Happy Uttarakhand Foundation Day

कभी मन शांत करके ,
अपनी आंख बंद करके देखना ,
इन हवाओ को महसूस करके देखना ,
इन फूलों की गुनगुनाहट और
भंवरों की भिनभिनाहट को सुनकर देखना ,
नदी की कल-कल की मधुर ध्वनि को सुनकर देखना,
खुले आसमान के नीचे पंछियो के
शोर को सुनकर देखना,
कभी इन पहाड़ो में चिल्लाकर देखना,
वो भी तुम्हें आवाज देंगे सुनकर देखना,
इन हवाओं में झूमकर देखना,
संग हवाओ के तुम बहकर देखना,
Happy Uttarakhand Foundation Day

Uttarakhand Foundation Day Speech

Uttarakhand was formed on 9 November 2000 by joining several districts from the Northwestern part of Uttar Pradesh and a portion of the Himalayan Mountain range. This year 19th Uttarakhand Foundation Day is going to celebrate. In 2007, the name of the state was formally altered from Uttaranchal to Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand is rich in natural resources including glaciers, rivers, dense forests, and snow-clad mountain peaks. The four most sacred and revered Hindu temples of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamnotri also known as Char-dhams are situated in Uttarakhand and so, is known as ‘Land of the Gods’. The capital of the state is Dehradun and the High Court is situated in the Nainital.

History of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand history is a long and consists of the glorious past of the territory. It highlights the great emperors including the Kushanas, Kudinas, Kanishka, Samudragupta, Katuria, Palas, Chandras and Pawaras. In various Hindu scriptures, reference of Uttarakhand also exists. Through the history of Garhwal and Kumaon, history of Uttarakhand can be better understood. The state is the amalgamation of culture, ethnicity and religion.

Uttarakhand is separated from Uttar Pradesh on 9 November 2000 as the 27th state of India. That time it was known as Uttaranchal. The bordering states of Uttarakhand are Tibet, Nepal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The meaning of Uttarakhand has been extracted from the Sanskrit dialect which means ‘northern city’. In 2007, officially, it was renamed to Uttarakhand from Uttaranchal.

Climate of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand climate is temperate which is marked by seasonal variations in temperature. It is also affected by tropical monsoons. The coldest month is January and July is the hottest month in the north. In the southeast, May is the warmest month. In the lower stretch of valleys, floods and landslides are major problems during the rainy season. Snowfall is common in the northern part of the state between December and March.

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