Covering a total of 38 temples, the book highlights some of the finest places of religious, spiritual significance in Uttarakhand.
Governor of Uttarakhand Dr Aziz Qureshi said that through the book the world would see the wonders of the land. He also paid homage to former chief editor Narendra Mohan.
The book, which was published in collaboration with the Petroleum University, saw Swami Chidananda Saraswati Muni Maharaj, Mahamandleshwar Kailashanand Brahmachari, Dr Pranav Pandya, heads of the Parmarth Niketan (Rishikesh), Dakshin Kali Peeth, Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya respectively, present along with the former CM of Uttarakhand Ramesh Pokhriyal.
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