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NainitalNainital district is situated at an altitude of nearly 2000 m in Uttarakhand, Nainital is a lovely hill station surrounded by mountains on three sides. Said to have been discovered by a Britisher, Lord Barron, this was onc the summer capital of the United Province. Blessed with natural scenic splendor and surrounded by lakes, the town has become one of the most popular tourist resorts of the country. Nainital is often called the Lake District of India.The most prominent of the lakes is the Naini, ringed by hills and a popular site for water sports such as yachting, kayaking, canoeing and boating. The temple of Naini Devi is on the upper edge of the lake. The lake and the town got their names from the legendary belief that the eyes (naini) of Devi Sati's corpse fell into the lake (tal) while being carried by Lord Shiva to Mount Kailash.Nainital climate is generally pleasant throughout the year except during winter months. There is occasional snow fall between January and March.Nainital town is the district headquarters.