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Provides in brief the justification of developing a capital of newly formed state of Uttarakhand around Dudhatuli region. Raghuvir Chand is a professor of Geography in Kumaoon University and member of PAHAR editorial team and is based in Nainital district of Uttarakhand.
English translation of The Folk-Songs of Johar (Kumaon) with original songs and Introduction by D. N. Mazumdar. Mr. Kalyan Singh Pangtey was born on 10th December 1920 at Nanasem village of Munsyari (Pithoragarh). He was educated in Johar, Almora, Nainital and Lucknow. He was taught and inspired by Professor D. N. Majumdar in Lucknow University. […]
Memoirs of a Combat Cameraman and Documentary-Maker There was a child of the mountains, a peasant boy, who joined the Army, to go to war and win gallantry awards. But being literate, fate and destiny had something else in store. He became a teacher in uniform and drifted into the exciting world of mass communication.
Proceedings of International Seminar on the Forest History of the Mountain Regions on the World. [9th to 16th October, 2001, Nainital] Collection of articles on the forest history of the different mountain regions of the planet.