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Bageshwar, nestled at an altitude of 1004 meters above sea level, in Uttarakhand, India, is renowned for its temples and rivers. As the administrative headquarters of Bageshwar district.

The city is famous for its ancient temples that are dedicated to various  Hindu gods and goddesses. The most notable among them is the Bagnath Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Apart from the temples, Bageshwar is also known for its rivers. The  confluence of the Gomti and Sarayu rivers, known as the 'Sangam', is  considered a sacred spot and is believed to have purifying powers.

Places to visit in Bageshwar include Bagnath Temple, Baijnath Temple, Kausani, Gwaldam, Chaukori, Pindari Glacier, Sunderdhunga Valley, Chandika Temple, and Gauri Udiyar.