Abi Gamin is a Himalayan mountain peak normally located inside the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state in India, 2 km northeast of Kamet. Its summit is at the border with Tibet and its northern slope is within the Ngari Prefecture of Tibet.
Abi Gamin is located in the crucial Himalayas and on the culminating point of the Zaskar Range. It is located on the watershed of the higher Alaknanda and Dhauli rivers among the famous Manna and Niti passes on the Indo-Tibetan border. Abi Gamin is the second one maximum height in the instantaneous vicinity, after Kamet.
It is likewise one of the 157 thousand metre peaks of Uttarakhand, and as such it's far a great height. However it is not particularly impartial, lying as it does near the better top of Kamet, and separated from it via the excessive saddle called Meade's Col, 7,138 m. Abi Gamin become surveyed with the aid of Richard Strachey in 1848; this become the first time that the wonderful heights of those peaks turned into recognized. In 1855, the Schlagintweit brothers named this variety as Western, Central and Eastern Abi Gamin. These correspond to Mukut Parbat, Kamet and Abi Gamin.