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Four Day Dehradun Industrial Tour Itinerary

Day 1, Arrive at Dehradun, transfer to pre-booked hotel , freshen up , relax a bit , post lunch depart for Industrial visit , Dehradun has become the industrial centre of Uttarakhand, with the establishment of Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) and Special Economic Zones (SEZ) throughout the city. After the visit Dinner and night stay at the Hotel.

Day 2, After Breakfast visit Mindrolling , This is one of the Nyingma school of Buddhism's six monasteries, built in 1965 by Khochhen Rinpoche. It was constructed in order to restore faith in the region. After the visit proceed to the Sahastradhara waterfalls, which literally means "a thousand springs," are one of Dehradun's most renowned tourist attractions. On the Baldi river, Sahastradhara is a collection of many waterfalls. Water drips into these ponds from limestone stalacites, with a total length of around 9 metres. The water is said to have medicinal characteristics that can help with acne, arthritis, muscle aches, and poor blood circulation. Evening at self-disposal followed by dinner and night stay at the hotel. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit.

Day 3, After breakfast depart for Mussoorie , It is a hill station about 35 kilometres from Dehradun, reach Mussoorie in an hour , check in the Hotel, post lunch visit , post lunch visit Mall Road /Gun Hill Point , The Mall Road, which runs through the centre of Mussoorie, is known for its gorgeous vistas that offer breathtaking views of the Doon Valley. Every viewpoint on the Mall has benches and lamposts. The architecture of colonial mansions kept reminding me of British architecture. Visitors enjoy to buy souvenirs from the stores that line both sides of the mall road. Followed by dinner and night stay at the Hotel. enjoy your stay. Write to us for Dehradun Industrial visit.

Day 4, After Breakfast Checkout , and depart to Kempty Fall. Kempty Falls, a massive waterfall with somersaulting streams before striking the bottom, is the most popular and oldest tourist attraction near Mussoorie. Kempty Falls, a wonderful picnic location or a perfect day out spot nearby Mussoorie at a distance of 15 miles, was created by a British man more than 150 years ago. On the way back visit company garden , Mussoorie's Company Garden is a popular picnic spot. It was once known as Mussoorie Botanical Gardens. Dr. H. Fackner, a well-known geologist, designed this garden in the early twentieth century. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit.

The garden is surrounded by a lovely green carpet of lawns with a fountain in the centre. Dahlias, Begonias, Pansies, and Petunias are among the over 800 distinct types of flowers found there. The garden contains a nursery where you may buy a variety of plants.

Evening depart back to Dehradun, drop at railway station, bus stop

Note : This is Just a Proposed itinerary and might change as per various reason like arrival and departure timing, Dehradun Industrial visit dates and timings etc

Students going for industrial visit in Dehradun does Industrial visit in Haridwar or Dehradun, hence we are here by providing you the industrial profile of both the districts .

Dehradun

Dehradun is nestled between the majestic Himalayan and Shivalik Ranges. Many sectors, particularly Argo-Based Industries, perceive Dehradun to be a desirable site due to its location and environment. Food processing, biotechnology, floriculture, information technology, and tourism are the primary sectors in Dehradun. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit.

List of Large Scale Industries in Dehradun

  1. M/s Doiwala Sugar Co Ltd, Address: Doiwala, Dehradun 248140, Phone: 0135 2695109
  2. Flex Foods Limited, Address: Lal Tappar Industrial Area, Haridwar Road, Dehradun – 248140, Phone: 135-2499234 / 262
  3. M/s Sara Services & Oilfield Engineers, Address: 7/1 Pritam Road, Dehradun – 248 001, Phone: 91-135 2672395, 2669136
  4. M/s Birla Yamaha Limited, Address: Lal Tappar, P.O. Resham Mazri, Dehradun – 248140, Phone: 42594100, 22026340, write us for Dehradun Industrial visit
  5. M/s Eveready Industries (India) Limited, Address: E-32, Selaqui Industrial Area, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
  6. M/s Videocon Industries Limited, Address: Khasara No-292, Industrial Area, Selaqui, Dehradun, Uttarakhand – 248001, Phone: 0135 266 6673
  7. Intas Pharmaceuticals, Address: Camp Road, Selaqui, Dehradun – 248001, Phone: +91-135-2698659, 2699098, 2699174, 2699175, Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit
  8. Sharon Bio Medicine Limited, Address: Khasra No 1027, 1028, 103 Central Hope Town, Selaqui, Dehradun – 248001, Phone: 0135 269 9165
  9. Apache Footwear Pvt. Ltd, Address: Central Hope Town, Selaqui Industrial Area, Dehradun - 248197

Apart from above, Dehradun also has 52 medium scale industries with a capital investment of 1398 crores and 77 service industries. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit

Haridwar

Stone rolling mills, paper mills, sugar mills, mentha oil units, flour and rice mills, and dairy products, floriculture, rice and wheat production, horticulture, and fish farming are just some of the industrial and agricultural industries. Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited is very proud of Haridwar (BHEL). Around BHEL, 750 plots are available for the 500 units. SIDCUL has equity participation from LIC, ICICI, and SIDBI in addition to the State Government.

 

Indo Asian Switchgear Limited, Hindustan Unilever Limited, Vijai Electricals, SBL, Hero Honda, Controls & Switchgears Limited, ITC, Mahindra & Mahindra, and others have their headquarters in Haridwar. There are additional 250 trained and professional personnel employed by SGV electronic industries.

Dehradun, nestled in the Himalayan mountain ranges, is one of India's oldest cities and was recently named the Provisional Capital of the newly founded Uttaranchal (now Uttarakhand) State in November 2000. Dehradun, also known as the 'Adobe of Drona,' was a major centre for Garhwal monarchs until it was taken by the British. Many national institutes and organisations, such as ONGC, Survey of India, Forest Research Institute, Indian Institute of Petroleum, and others, have their headquarters in the city. The Indian Miltary Academy, RIMC (Rashtriya Indian Military College), Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy(IGNFA), Lal Bahadur Shahstri National Academy of Administration(LBSNAA), and other prestigious educational and training institutes are all located in Dehradun. It is a popular tourist attraction.

It is a popular tourist site, attracting visitors, pilgrims, and enthusiasts from all walks of life to its tranquil surroundings. Add in the abundance of unique Basmati rice, tea, and leechi gardens, and the city transforms into a heaven. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit

 

The district is called after Dehra Dun, the district's capital. Dehra looks to be a grouping of deras indicating a temporary encampment or habitation. Ram Rai, Guru of the Udasi Sikhs, had set his tents here in what is now the Khurbura neighbourhood of the town during the reign of Aurangzeb, after being ordered by the Mughal king to withdraw to the wildness of the Dun. He also established a temple at Dhamawala. The community built established around these two sites.

Dehra, the town named after these two sites, built up around them. The term dun or doon refers to lowlands at the foot of a mountain range, and the majority of the district is located in such terrain, therefore the dun part of the name is appropriate.

 

Another claim is that the term dun comes from Dronashram, the hermitage of Mahabharata's Guru Dronacharya, who spent a season in the village of Devara, near Dehra, doing his devotions in a lonely area.

Dun was part of the Kedar Khand area, according to the Skanda Purana. By the end of the third century B.C., it had been absorbed into the Ashoka kingdom. History reveals that the territory was a part of the Garhwal kingdom for ages, with brief interruptions from the Rohillas. It was occupied by the Gorkhas for roughly two decades, until 1815. The Gorkhas were driven out of the Garhwal region in April 1815, and the British conquered the region.

The territory that is now tehsil Dehra Dun was added to district Saharanpur in that year. It was, however, moved to the Kumaon Division in 1825. Dehra Dun and Jaunsar Bhabar were given their own Deputy Commissioner in 1828, and the Dehra Dun district was moved from the Kumaon Division to the Meerut Division in 1829. Dun was annexed to Saharanpur district in 1842 and placed under the command of an officer subordinate to the Collector, but it has been managed as a separate district since 1871. The district was moved from the Meerut division to the Garhwal division in 1968. Write to us for Dehradun Industrial visit

Topography

The montane tract and the sub-montane tract are the two different sections of Dehra Dun. The montane tract, which includes Jaunsar Bhabar, spans the whole Chakrata tehsil of the district and is made up entirely of a series of mountains and gorges. The terrain is rugged, with steep slopes. The ridge that separates the Tons and Yamuna drainage areas on the west from the Yamuna drainage area on the east is one of the tract's most notable characteristics. Below the montane tract lies the sub-montane tract, which includes the well-known Dun valley, which is bordered on the south by the Shivalik hills and on the north by the outer scarp of the Himalayas.

WATERWAYS, CANALS, AND RIVERS

The Siwalik (outer and lower Himalayan mountains) lie at its feet, the outer-scrape Himalayas encircle it on the north, and the frightened Ganga and Yamuna skirt it on the east and west, respectively. The Ganga enters the district at Tapoban in the eastern Dun and flows south-west to Hardwar via Raiwala near Rishikesh. The Yamuna joins the district in Jaunsar and flows south for about 32 kilometres along the district's south-east border. Aside from the Ganga and the Yamuna, the district's rivers include the Asan, Suswa, Tons, Rispana, Bindal, and Amalava. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit

How to Get to Dehradun by Air

The Jolly Grant Airport, 20 kilometres from the city centre, is Dehradun's airport. Dehradun is served by Air India, Jet Airways, Jet Konnect, and Spice Jet on a regular basis. To get to the city, you can take a taxi from the airport, which should take 40 to 45 minutes depending on traffic.

How to Get There By Bus

By Volvo, Deluxe, Semi-Deluxe, and Uttarakhand State Transport buses, Dehradun is well connected to most cities, including Delhi, Shimla, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Agra, and Mussoorie. The Dehradun Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) near Clement Town is where these buses arrive and depart. Buses run every 15 minutes to an hour from this location. The Mussoorie Bus Station, which is located at the Dehradun Railway Station and operates regular bus services to Mussoorie and other neighbouring places, is another bus terminal in Dehradun. The Delhi Bus Stand on Gandhi Road is another interstate bus terminal in Dehradun.

Getting There By Train

Regular train services connect Dehradun to the cities of Delhi, Lucknow, Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Ujjain, Chennai, and Varanasi. The Dehradun Railway Station is 1-2 kilometres from the city centre and should take you no more than 10 minutes to reach, depending on traffic. Trains such as the Shatabdi Express, Jan Shatabdi Express, Dehradun AC Express, Doon Express, Bandra Express, and Amritsar-Dehradun Express connect Dehradun to the rest of the country.

How to Get There by Car/Road

Dehradun, a famous tourist destination, has a well-developed road network that makes for a pleasurable driving experience. Dehradun is well connected by road to places such as Delhi via the NH 58 and 72, which takes around 4 hours. Chandigarh is about a three-hour drive away at a distance of 167 kilometres. Dehradun is very well connected to cities such as Rishikesh and Haridwar.

Best Time to visit Dehradun

 

Best Season in Dehradun

You can begin your journey to Dehradun at any time of year because the weather is pleasant, making it easy to move from one location to another without much thought. Summer days, on the other hand, can be extremely hot, making winter the only season suitable for touring in Dehradun.

Summer in Dehradun

Relax your senses and soak up the positive vibes throughout the bright summers in Dehradun. The city is bustling with visitors since the weather is pleasant, with a maximum temperature of 35°C, allowing for a variety of sightseeing trips and exhilarating adventure sports. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit

Monsoon in Dehradun

 

With rain welcoming you to the land, the months of July through September are the finest time to consider Dehradun as a getaway destination. This season makes Dehradun even more appealing, so you may go on a sightseeing tour from temples to caverns without stopping. Write to us for Dehradun Industrial visit

Winter in Dehradun

Enjoy cold days and nights with your loved ones in Dehradun, which is a fantastic spot to see it transform into a wonderland.

In the frigid months of December to February, the temperature fluctuates from 22°C to 3°C, making it ideal for sampling delectable cuisine and sightseeing in the mist. Call us for Dehradun Industrial visit

 

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Adobe of Drona

The charming hill station of Dehradun, in Uttarakhand, is the centre of the Garhwal area, lying at the foothills of the spectacular snow-capped Shivalik range, amidst verdant and lush sal forests. Dehradun, which is cut by two perennial rivers, is a popular destination for tourists looking for a peaceful natural getaway. It also offers a diverse range of terrains to trek across and activities such as mountain climbing, paragliding, skiing, river rafting, angling, and cycling, among others.

Dehradun, located in the picturesque Doon Valley, is an excellent starting point for exploring the Garhwal region, including Mussoorie. The name stems from a combination of two colloquial words: ‘dera,’ which means camp, and ‘doon,’ which refers to the river valley.

Dehradun, one of the country’s oldest cities, is home to a number of spiritual places situated against the breathtaking backdrop of the mountains.

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Dun was part of the Kedar Khand area, according to the Skanda Purana. By the end of the third century B.C., it had been absorbed into the Ashoka kingdom. History reveals that the territory was a part of the Garhwal kingdom for ages, with brief interruptions from the Rohillas. It was occupied by the Gorkhas for roughly two decades, until 1815. The Gorkhas were expelled from the Garhwal region in April 1815, and the British annexed the region. It was here that he and his brother, Lakshmana, underwent penance for the murder of Ravana.

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Dehradun, a bustling metropolis with an outstanding beauty and modern conveniences, is a city for both business and pleasure. It was once a retirement paradise, but it now buzzes with energy while maintaining its laid-back character. Heritage landmarks and bazaars coexist with charming cafés and lounges. The city is a gateway to several prominent hill stations such as Mussoorie and pilgrimage destinations such as Haridwar and Rishikesh, and is known for its good year-round weather and attractive surroundings.

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