Facts about Mussorie
Few Facts about Mussorie

The name of the town is derived from the Mansoor herb which grows in the foothills of Himalayas. Mussoorie, during British Era, was the most exclusive club in India, regularly visited by the Britis...

Flora and Fauna of Mussorie
Flora and Fauna of Mussorie

The tropical flora-fauna of Mussoorie is one major reason for the colonisation of the once uninhabited area. The Mansuri ridge was abundant in its striking wildlife and thus Captain Frederick Young...

People and Culture of Mussorie
People and Culture

The local people of Mussoorie include Garhwalis and Tibetans who form a considerable part of the population in Mussoorie. Though the majority of the masses consist of Hindus, there are people who a...

Flora and Fauna of Mussorie
Pandit Nehru’s Connection with Mussoorie

The Nehru family, from Motilal Nehru to Priyanka Gandhi , had a deep connection with Mussoorie. Motilal used to visit Mussoorie to recover from illness. Motilal’s wife Swaroop Rani and their daught...

Queen of Hills Mussoorie
Queen Of Hills - Mussorie

If you constantly dream of that one holiday which has beautiful graded hills, vivid nature everywhere and an enriching experience altogether, then Mussoorie is one ideal destination. Snuggled in th...

Art and Craftof Mussorie
Art and Craft

Since Mussoorie was established by the British as a haven for British elites, the art and craft of the region finds its existence either in Jaunpur tribal belt or excels in creativity of its contem...