Bageshwar is a city and a city board in Bageshwar locale in the territory of Uttarakhand, India. It is situated at a separation of 470 km from the National Capital New Delhi and 332 km from the State Capital Dehradun. Bageshwar is known for its picturesque magnificence, Glaciers, Rivers and Temples. It is additionally the authoritative base camp of Bageshwar area.
Arranged on the conversion of Sarju and Gomati waterways, Bageshwar is encompassed by the mountains of Bhileshwar and Nileshwar to its east and west and by the Suraj Kund in the north and Agni Kund in the south. Bageshwar was a noteworthy exchange store amongst Tibet and Kumaun, and was frequented by the Bhotia merchants, who traded Tibetan products, fleece, salt and Borax in return for Carpets and other nearby delivers in Bageshwar. The exchange courses were, in any case, shut after the Indo-China War of 1962.