Dehradun. Rudraprayag and Tehri districts in Uttarakhand have the best landslide density and landslide hazard publicity within the nation. The two hilly districts of the Himalayan state function on the prime of a desk launched as a part of the Landslide Atlas of India by the Hyderabad-based National Center for Remote Sensing based mostly on satellite tv for pc knowledge offered by the Indian Space Research Organization. The record contains the 13 districts of Uttarakhand which fluctuate from one another when it comes to vulnerability to landslides.
While Rudraprayag and Tehri districts are ranked first and second in an inventory of 147 districts, Haridwar and Udham Singh Nagar are backside at 146th and 147th, respectively.
The well-known Kedarnath temple is situated in Rudraprayag. It was the epicenter of a large pure catastrophe that killed 1000’s in June 2013.
Chamoli district, the place Joshimath is combating a land subsidence disaster, was ranked nineteenth, Uttarkashi twenty first, Pauri twenty third, Dehradun twenty ninth, Bageshwar fiftieth, Champawat sixty fifth, Nainital 68th, Almora 81st and Pithoragarh 86th.