Explore The 10 Most Breathtaking Valleys In India!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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This valley is surrounded by steep hills and snow-capped mountains and mostly receives water from the Sutlej river for agriculture and other uses.

Sutlej Valley

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Kashmir Valley is recognized for its picturesque setting, where the blue sky reflects the calm sapphire of the lakes and flowers bloom in their full grandeur.

Kashmir Valley

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Chamoli, Uttarakhand, has the Valley of Flowers.This valley breeds blue sheep, Himalayan brown bears, and snow leopards.

Valley of flowers

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The Dzukou Valley, which is on the border between Nagaland and Manipur, is one of the most beautiful areas in Nagaland.

Dzukou Valley

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Yumthang Valley in North Sikkim borders Tibet. In February–June, this Indian valley has a pleasant summer with sunny skies, green grass, and many wildflowers.

Yumthang Valley

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The Parvati Valley begins at Kullu Manali and continues all the way to Spiti, beginning in Bhuntar.

Parvati valley

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Chambal Valley is stunning. The Chambal Valley's mountains are green evergreen trees rather than white snow-capped mountains like other Himalayan valleys.

Chambal Valley

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Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh has pine tree woods, orchards, and streams flowing from the permanent snowy mountains.

Kangra Valley

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Rare plants, animals, birds, and other things live in Silent Valley. So basically, it's an incredibly beautiful valley.

Silent valley National Park

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The Valley of Spiti is between Ladakh and Tibet, in one of the most beautiful and mysterious parts of Ladakh and Tibet.

Spiti Valley

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