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The Uttarakhand state is the second fastest growing state in India. It's gross state domestic product (GSDP) (at constant prices) more than doubled from 24,786 crore in FY2005 to 60,898 crore in FY2012. The real GSDP grew at 13.7% (CAGR) during the FY2005–FY2012 period. The contribution of the service sector to the GSDP of Uttarakhand was just over 50% during FY 2012. Per capita income in Uttarakhand is 1,03,000 (FY 2013) which is higher than the national average of 74,920 (FY2013). According to the Reserve Bank of India, the total foreign direct investment in the state from April 2000 to October 2009 amounted to US$46.7 million.
            Like most of India, agriculture is one of the most significant sectors of the economy of Uttarakhand. Basmati rice, wheat, soybeans, groundnuts, coarse cereals, pulses, and oil seedsare the most widely grown crops. Fruits like apples, oranges, pears, peaches, litchis, and plums are widely grown and important to the large food processing industry. Agricultural export zones have been set up in the state for leechi, horticulture, herbs, medicinal plants, and basmati rice. During 2010, wheat production was 831 thousand tonnes and rice production was 610 thousand tonnes, while the main cash crop of the state, sugarcane, had a production of 5058 thousand tonnes. As 86% of the state consists of hills, the yield per hectare is not very high. 86% of all croplands are in the plains while the remaining is from the hills.
              Other key industries include tourism and hydropower, and there is prospective development in IT, ITES, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and automobile industries. The service sector of Uttarakhand mainly includes tourism, information technology, higher education, and banking.
              During 2005–2006, the state successfully developed three Integrated Industrial Estates (IIEs) at HaridwarPantnagar, and Sitarganj; Pharma City at Selaqui; Information Technology Park at Sahastradhara (Dehradun); and a growth centre at Siggadi (Kotdwar). Also in 2006, 20 industrial sectors in public private partnership mode were developed in the state.
                 Uttarakhand has 28,508 km of roads, of which 1,328 km are national highways and 1,543 km are state highways. The State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC), which has been reorganised in Uttarakhand as the Uttarakhand Transport Corporation, is a major constituent of the transport system in the state. The Corporation began to work on 31 October 2003 and provides services on interstate and nationalised routes. As of 2012, approximately 1000 buses are being plied by the "Uttarakhand Transport Corporation" on 35 nationalised routes along with many other non-nationalised routes. There are also private transport operators operating approximately 3000 buses on non-nationalised routes along with a few interstate routes in Uttarakhand and the neighbouring state of U.P.[65] For travelling locally, the state, like most of the country, hasauto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws. In addition, remote towns and villages in the hills are connected to important road junctions and bus routes by a vast network of crowded share jeeps.
               The air transport network in the state is gradually improving. Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, is the busiest airport in the state with six daily flights to Delhi AirportPantnagar Airport, located in Pantnagar of the Kumaon region have 1 daily air service to delhi and return too . There government is planning to develop Naini Saini Airport in PithoragarhBharkot Airport in Chinyalisaur in Uttarkashi district and Gauchar Airport in Gauchar, Chamoli district. There are plans to launch helipad service in Pantnagar and Jolly Grant Airports and other important tourist destinations like Ghangaria and Hemkund Sahib.
As over 86% of Uttarakhand's terrain consists of hills, railway services are very limited in the state and are largely confined to the plains. In 2011, the total length of railway tracks was about 345 km.[53] Rail, being the cheapest mode of transport, is most popular. The most important railway station in Kumaun Division of Uttarakhand is at Kathgodam, 35 kilometres away from Nainital. Kathgodam is the last terminus of the broad gauge line of North East Railways that connects Nainital with Delhi, Dehradun, and Howrah. Other notable railway stations are at PantnagarLalkuan and Haldwani.
        Dehradun railway station is a railhead of the Northern Railways. Haridwar station is situated on the Delhi–Dehradun and Howrah–Dehradun railway lines. One of the main railheads of the Northern Railways, Haridwar Junction Railway Station is connected by metre gauge and broad gauge lines. Roorkee comes under Northern Railway region of Indian Railways on the main Punjab – Mughal Sarai trunk route and is connected to major Indian cities. Other railheads are RishikeshKotdwar andRamnagar linked to Delhi by daily trains.
              Uttarakhand has many tourist spots due to its location in the Himalayas. There are many ancient temples, forest reserves, national parks, hill stations, and mountain peaks that draw large number of tourists. There are 44 nationally protected monuments in the state. Oak Grove School in the state is on the tentative list for World Heritage Sites. Two of the most holy rivers in Hinduism the Ganges andYamuna, originate in Uttarakhand.
View of a Bugyal (meadow) in Uttarakhand
Gurdwara Hemkund Sahib, an important pilgrimage site for Sikhs
Uttarakhand has long been called "Land of the Gods"as the state has some of the holiest Hindu shrines, and for more than a thousand years, pilgrims have been visiting the region in the hopes of salvation and purification from sin. Gangotri and Yamunotri, the sources of the Ganges and Yamuna, dedicated to Ganga andYamuna respectively, fall in the upper reaches of the state and together with Badrinath (dedicated to Vishnu) and Kedarnath (dedicated to Shiva) form the Chota Char Dham, one of Hinduism's most spiritual and auspicious pilgrimage circuits. Haridwar, meaning "Gateway to the God", is a prime Hindu destination. Haridwar hosts the Kumbha Mela every twelve years, in which millions of pilgrims take part from all parts of India and the world. Rishikesh near Haridwar is known as the preeminent yoga centre of India. The state has an abundance of temples and shrines, many dedicated to local deities or manifestations of Shiva and Durga, references to many of which can be found in Hindu scriptures and legends. Uttarakhand is, however, a place of pilgrimage not only for Hindus. Piran Kaliyar Sharif near Roorkee is a pilgrimage site to Muslims,Gurdwara Hemkund Sahib, Reetha Sahib and Nanakmatta Sahib, nested in the Himalayas, is a prime pilgrimage centre for SikhsTibetan Buddhism has also made itself felt with the reconstruction of Mindrolling Monastery and its Buddha Stupa, described as the world's highest at Clement TownDehradun.
Some of the most famous hill stations in India are in Uttarakhand. Mussoorie,NainitalDhanaultiLansdownePauriSattalAlmoraKausaniBhimtal, and Ranikhet are some popular hill stations in Uttarakhand. The state has 12 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries which cover 13.8 percent of the total area of the state. They are located at different altitudes varying from 800 to 5400 metres. The oldest national park on the Indian sub-continent, Jim Corbett National Park, is a major tourist attraction. The park is famous for its varied wildlife and Project Tigerrun by the Government of IndiaRajaji National Park is famous for its elephants. In addition, the state boasts Valley of Flowers National Park and Nanda Devi National Park in Chamoli District, which together are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Vasudhara Falls, near Badrinath is a waterfall with a height of 122 metres (400 ft) set in a backdrop of snow-clad mountains. The state has always been a destination for mountaineeringhiking, and rock climbing in India. A recent development in adventure tourism in the region has been whitewater rafting in Rishikesh. Due to its proximity to the Himalaya ranges, the place is full of hills and mountains and is suitable for trekking, climbing, skiing, camping, rock climbing, and paragliding. Roopkund is a popular trekking site, famous for the mysterious skeletons found in a lake, which was featured by National Geographic Channel in a documentary. The trek to Roopkund passes through the beautiful meadows of Bugyal.
            Uttarakhand Small, beautiful and is a renowned tourist destination. Due to the variety of achievements, it is dominated by a different.  is the mixed state of both the departments of agriculture and industrialized. These two departments are dominated by different great dignity. The roads also grew unexpectedly fast. Here both transport and trade is staggering. Abhut earlier due to an increase in the future and may well better be imagined.                   
           
Villages- 16919


District- 13

Capital –  Dehradun

Area- 53.483 km2

Population –10,116,752
Language- Hindi ,Garhwali ,Kumaoni ,Hindi ,sanskrit .

Industries- 10 thousand more advanced industries.

Rivers- 
Alaknanda  ,Bhilangna  ,Assan Barrage ,Bhagirathi ,Dhauliganga ,Dharma ,Ganges ,Gaula ,Kosi ,Kali ,Laksman ,Mandakini ,Pindar  ,Pushpawati  ,Ramganga ,Sharda,Vasuki Ganga ,Yamuna  .

Checkpost- Narshan 
Checkpost website- www.gov.ua.nic.in 
State website- www.uk.gov.in

STATE
NO. OF INVOICE COPY REQUIRED
ENTRY TAX
OCTROI
INBOND FORM / PERMIT
OUTBOND FORM / PERMIT
REMARK
Uttarakhand
3
No
No
Form 16/17

Trip Sheet in Form 18. Form 16 is for registered dealer. Form 17 is for non registered dealer

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Transport for Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)
Transport  for Almora
Transport  for Bageshwar
Transport  for Chamoli
Transport  for Champawat
Transport  for Dehradun
Transport  for Haridwar
Transport  for Nainital
Transport  for Pauri Garhwal
Transport  for Pithoragarh
Transport  for Rudraprayag
Transport  for Tehri Garhwal
Transport  for Udham Singh Nagar
Transport  for Uttarkashi



Transport In Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)
Transport  In Almora
Transport  In Bageshwar
Transport  In Chamoli
Transport In Champawat
Transport  In Dehradun
Transport  In Haridwar
Transport In Nainital
Transport  In Pauri Garhwal
Transport  In Pithoragarh
Transport  In Rudraprayag
Transport  In Tehri Garhwal
Transport  In Udham Singh Nagar
Transport  In Uttarkashi