Mussoore: hill station near to Dehradun
Mussoorie is a city of Uttarakhand region of India. Located 35 kilometers from Dehradun, Mussoorie is one of those places where people go back and forth frequently. This is one of the major places to go around. This mountainous tourist destination falls in the Shiwalik range of the Himalayan ranges, which is also called the queen of the mountains. The adjoining Landhaur town also comes in Barloganj and Jhrapani including the Great or Greater Mussoorie.Its average elevation is from the sea level of 2005 m. (6600 ft) in which the green mountain resides with various plants and beasts. In the north-east, the snow-headed peak heads are visually visible, in the south it looks like the Dung valley and Shivalik range. That is why this city looks like a tourist for tourists. There is also a gateway to Mussoorie Gangotri. Flora and fauna found in Dehradun also increase its appeal. It is a popular summer tourism destination for residents of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
The main site here is called ‘goods’ like cities affected / settled by all other English people. Musssoori’s Mal Road, from the picture palace in the east to the public library in the west. In the British period, Mussoorie’s cargo was written on “Indian and Dogs are not allowed”. This kind of ethnic sign introduced the mindset of the British who were found in the cities settled in that era. They were later trampled under the feet.This rule was broken every day during his Mussoorie residency by Mr. Moti Lal Nehru, father of India’s first Prime Minister. The Nehru family, including Mrs. Indira Gandhi, was a regular visitor to Mussoorie during 1920-1940. They used to give their time in nearby Dehradun, where Panditji’s sister lived Vijayalakshmi Pandit. In April, 1959, the Dalai Lama came here only from China authorized exile to Tibet and Tibbat exiled government.
Later this government will be the Dharamshala of Himachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh. Moved to Dharamshala. Here the first Tibetan school was opened in 1960. About 5000 Tibetans are still inhabited mainly in Happy Valley in Mussoorie. At present, there has been so many hotels and populations in Mussoorie, due to its proximity to Delhi etc.; That this city faces a lot of garbage, water crisis, lack of parking, etc., especially in the summer season. There are relatively few crises in its other sections.