There are many beautiful spots in the globe where you may experience the beauty of nature, including waterfalls, little streams, and blooming flowers, but there is no other imposing location like the Valley of Flowers. We are grateful to Mr. Frank S. Smythe for finding this location and bringing it to the attention of the world. Before visiting, you must read the entirety of this blog post about the Valley of Flowers Trek.
The Flower Valley Today, the entire globe is well-aware of the active and magnificent national park known as Uttarakhand. This stunning location is well-known for its attractive meadows of alpine flowers, diversity of flora and animals, and stunning views of snow-capped summits. There are about 300 different varieties of flowers, including asters, geraniums, marsh marigolds, primulas. etc.
The Valley of Flowers Himalayas’ history
The phrase “Valley of Flowers” wasn’t popular before 1931, but the Ramayana contains references to this location. In order to resuscitate Lord Lakshmana, it is thought that Lord Hanuman brought Sanjivani from this valley. Of course, the locals are aware of the valley, but due to some sort of superstition, they rarely visit it. They used to refer to it as Nandan Kanan, which is Sanskrit for “the garden of Lord Indra.” But Smythe popularises it by giving it a new name that you are all familiar with: The Valley of Flowers. It was designated a national park by the Indian government in 1980, and then in 1982 it was renamed Nanda Devi National Park.