Pauri is a town and a city board in Pauri Garhwal region in the Indian province of Uttarakhand. Pauri is the seat of the Divisional Commissioner of the Garhwal Division. Delightful valleys, purplish blue sky, and profound canyons make Pauri an appropriate summer goal. The errand crosswise over Kandoliya-Tekka extend along evergreen deodar trees merits strolling. The town is visited by voyagers, scientists and understudies from over the world. The place is heaven for trekkers, paragliding devotees and nature sweethearts.
The Pauri Ramlila is one of the most established plays in the Uttarakhand locale. It depicts the life of Lord Rama as portrayed in Ramayana. Around then, Pauri was the authoritative capital of East India Company in the Garhwal Region. Gairola and Kala composed the Ramlila and played it with the assistance of local people for six days at the messy fields of town Kandai. Amid the period, some other scholarly people joined the play and adjusted it into "Persian Theater". They made the content with the assistance of Tulsi Das' Ramcharitmanas and their very own portion translations.