Udham Singh Nagar is a district located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The district was carved out of Nainital district in 1995 and named after Udham Singh, a prominent Indian freedom fighter. The district is known for its scenic beauty, wildlife, and agriculture. It is home to the Jim Corbett National Park, which is one of the oldest and most popular national parks in India. The district is also known for its numerous temples, including the Kali Temple, Chaiti Devi Temple, and the Hanuman Temple.
Udham Singh Nagar is a hub for agriculture and industry, with major crops including sugarcane, wheat, and rice. The district is home to various industries, including the pharmaceutical, textiles, and paper industries. The district's economy has grown rapidly in recent years due to its location on the national highway and proximity to the national capital, Delhi.
Tourists can enjoy various outdoor activities in the district, such as wildlife safaris, trekking, and camping. The district also has several adventure sports facilities, such as rafting and rock climbing. Visitors can experience the district's vibrant culture by attending the annual Kumaoni festivals, including Harela and Bikhoti Mela.