Jauljibi is a prominent market in Dharchula (23 kilometers from the township) which is arranged at the confluence of the Gori and Kali River in the Mahakali zone (Indo-Nepal Border). Jauljibi, the bazaar, is part of India as well as Nepal. More often than not, visitors go to explore bazaar and find some amazing things to purchase out there. It is noteworthy to mention that there is a suspicious bridge that connects Jauljibi bazaar of India to the Jauljibi bazaar of Nepal. Also, the Jauljibi has been a center of attraction because of the annual trade fair called Jauljibi Mela.
Kali River is a river dedicated to Goddess Kali. The river is situated in the township of Dharchula and flows from the Greatest Himalayas at Kalapaani. This Himalayan range is elevated to an altitude of 3,600 meters above sea level. Kali River is approximately 250 km in length and the basin area is approximately 18,140 square km. The river plays an essential role in dividing India and Nepal. it forms an international boundary with Nepal. It is also called Sharda River or Mahakali River. Kali Ganga has also been a great part of the documentary called ‘River Monster’ because of a series of fatal attacks on humans that were believed to be perpetrated by man-eating goonch catfish.
Kutti Village is one of the most beautiful villages of Uttarakhand, India. The village is elevated to a height of 3820 meters. It is the last village in the Vyas valley, Pithoragarh district. To travel to Kutti village, you can catch a train to Kathgodam Railway station or Dharchula station. Om Parvat, Adi Kailash and Kailash Mansarovar are located in this village.
Gunji Village is a small village which is situated in a broad valley in Pithoragarh district Uttarakhand. The population in this region is very small. The community of people in Gunji village is called Bhotias as they only live in the village for time period March to November. It is located at the convergence of Kutti village and Kali Ganga. The Himalayas are easily visible from the village and offers a beautiful view of God & Goddess carvings over the surfaces of huts.