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TN tourists set to travel to Uttarakhand

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Bookings are in full swing for Kumaon, Garhwal regions that were flood-hit last year

In June last year, floods devastated Uttarakhand, taking a huge toll on the lives of residents and pilgrims.

But that has not deterred devotees in the State from making their way to the pilgrimage centre again.

In May, Vivek Varma of Anna Nagar will travel to Badrinath, Kedarnath and Babaji caves in Uttarakhand for the third time.

“Last year, we went with the Uttarakhand tourism department and did not encounter any problems. We are aware the State was flood ravaged but it is going to be almost a year since the calamity, so hopefully, things would have returned to normalcy,” he said.

Full report here Hindu

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