Nainital is one of the fascinating hill stations on the face of the earth and one can see the beautiful lake here. The name of the lake is Naini Lake and the tourist loves to enjoy the boating here. The magnanimous view of the lake during the sunrise and sunset is something one cannot describe in the few words. There is a religious significance associated with Nainital and the place is also mentioned in the ancient texts of Hinduism. From Nainital, one can also visit the famous Jim Corbett national park. This is the oldest national park of India named after the legendary hunter turned environmentalist Jim Corbett.
The Naini Lake is an eye shaped lake, also called the boating paradise. In the north of the lake, there is another beautiful lake called Mallital. One finds the temple of Naina devi here and there is a legend associated with it. As per the legend, the eyes of Sati fell here after Shiva took her charred body. Visit the church of St John in the wilderness and this will be a rich spiritual experience. This is among the oldest churches of the region and was constructed in the year 1844AD. The governor’s house is a masterpiece of architecture and the design of the monument is based on the Victorian Gothic styles.
There is a lush garden in the front and the number of rooms in the mansion is 113. Move in the cable car and have the majestic look of the snow view. The elevation of Naini peak is two thousand six hundred and fifteen meter and the beauty of the snow clad Himalayas touches the heart, mind and the soul of the individual. Visit the famous tiffin top also called Dorothy seat. This is in the memory of the tragic incident that happened to Dorothy, wife of the British army officer.