A town near Almora, Kasar Devi is known to be a geomagnetic field - one of its kind after Machu Picchu has been known to be actively being researched by Nasa for a long while. The Kasar devi temple structures date bac ...
to the second century. A delightful region full of positive energies, Kasar is home to a small population where most tourists choose it as an escape away from the hustle of life. Situated near the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kasar devi is home to a lot of wildlife and wild tours and treks add to the charm of the escape. A point where art & spirituality go hand in hand, Kasar Devi is also known for the growth of the Hippy Movement, and Crank’s ridge is a popular tourist destination nearby.
What to do around Kasar Devi?
Visit the Kasar temple, that’s situated on the Kaashay hill. The main dome of the temple is where Kasar Devi resides and the other two temples significantly belong to Lord Shiva and Bhairava. Meditate in the peace amidst nature and channelise your inner energies in a positive direction. Hike on the forest trails nearby and watch an amazing sunset over the Trishul mount with a panoramic view of the Himalayas. Enjoy local cuisines at Dolma restaurant and The Kasar Kitchen, which have been our personal favorites and enjoy the charm of this beautiful destination in the Kumaon Himalayas.
Fun Facts About Kasar Devi
Kasar Devi is said to be visited by Swami Vivekanand in late 1800s who meditated there. It was also visited by the likes of Bob Dylan and Uma Tharman. Kasar Devi lies on the Van Allen belt and has band gaps in radiation which NASA has been researching for years. Lies next to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary connects the world of artists. Forest Eco Resort has a keen hold in the area and can suggest the best ways to enjoy this beautiful destination.