At a height of 2000 meters and 34 km beyond Dehradun, Mussoorie came into existence in the 1820s while the families of British colonials attain out to the hills in arrange to escape the scorching heat of the plains. It was 'exposed' in 1823 by chief Young and since then it has been a well-liked hill station Mussoorie's name is derieved from the Mansur shrub (Cororiana nepalensis), common in the Himalayan foothills.
Strong a huge sight of Himalayan snow ranges to north-east, and exciting sight for the wrmsfor of Doon Valley, Roorkee, Saharanpur and Haridwar to south, the town presents a fairyland atmosphere to the tourists. The place presents some wonderful views that have become the chief attraction for tourists.
What to Purchase:
The Mall of Mussoorie present several items. Present is a spectral range of imported goods and Tibetan metal ware, books, antiques, hand-carved walking sticks, cane baskets, embroidered wall hangings, dry pinecones, hill jewelry, garments, knick-knacks and curios suiting the variegated need of the customer.