India | Uttaranchal


Baram is a beautiful hamlet in Pithoragarh District, Uttaranchal, on the banks of the Goshigad, branch of the Goriganga. The Baram Small Hydel Scheme is located on this river. Positioned between Didihat and Dharchula, the two taluk headquarters, Baram is surrounded by cities and villages such as Chhiplakot, Dhamigaon, Mahargari and Askot. Baram is an excellent retreat, away from the chaos of urban life.

An important fair, Kanar Devi fair, vibrant with the colors of Uttaranchal culture, is celebrated here.

Tanakpur Railway Station and Pant Nagar Airport are the nearest access points. Local buses and tourist vehicles connect Baram to other locations.

Updated on 30th June, 2005
District: Pithoragarh


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