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  • NitiMana.com

    Welcome to a unique website dedicated to our community living in the Hills of Garhwal.
  • Rongpa Community

    The inhabitants of in Niti and Mana valleys in the district Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India. Calm, hard work & braveness defines them.
  • Niti and Mana Valleys

    It’s our great pleasure to explore the two beautiful valleys (Niti and Mana) at the altitude of 3000 meter in Uttarakhand.

Mr. Prem Singh Pal (Chhinka, Bampa) was honored for his contribution to the society at 23rd SWAD Annual Function 2013 on 25th Dec'2013 at National Museum, New Delhi. He has been very helpful to all Rongpa families for medical as well as social help in last 2-3 decades. He is currently working in AIIMS, New Delhi and has been SWAD executives many times.  

Mr. Laxman Singh Rawat (Baula, Gamshali) was also honored for his dedication and contribution in SWAD Uttarakhand Flood Relief in 2013. Mr. Rawat has joined SWAD team for flood relief without hesitation and helped the team thoughout the movement.
In the hills of Garhwal, the two major passes to Tibet (China) are Niti and Mana. These two passes were used by traders of Tibet and India before 1962, which were closed later. These two beautiful valleys were developed due to trading and fertile atmosphere, which are at an elevation from 3000 m to 5800 m.

These valleys are surrounded by many beautiful snow covered mountains, trees, forests and rivers. Many small villages and temples can be seen in these mountains range. 
The Rongpa community is a group of people living in the trans-Himalayan regions of India - Tibet border. The community name “Rongpa” derives from the words "Rung" and “Pa”. Where Rung means Valley and Pa means inhabitants. Rongpa can be referred as the community inhabit in the valleys (Niti and Mana) of District Chamoli of Uttarakhand. 

Tibet is known as Bhot. Being connected with Tibet, Rongpas of Niti and Mana valleys were officially named as Bhotia.

What is required in Niti Mana valley for development?

Roads - 25%
Electricity - 0%
Education - 50%
Health facilities - 25%
Employment - 0%

Total votes: 4
The voting for this poll has ended on: 24 Feb 2014 - 11:47

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Bhagat Singh Rana
2013-01-18, 11:14
Thanks, NitiMana.Com., Dr D.S.Burfal,it is highly noble deed and is highly appreciated, pl keep informing such type of camp,social cause to all dears ...
23rd Annual Function of Seemant Welfare Association, Delhi on 25 December 2013 (11 am) at National Museum, New Delhi.
Mr. Surendra Singh Fonia has received “ Best InHouse Public Sector Lawyer Of the Year Award  at 4th Corporate Counsel Leadership Awards & Summit at Mumbai on the 25th Jan 2013.

Annual Function of Niti Mana Valley Welfare Association, Dehradun was organized on 27th Jan2013 at  Ghosh Auditorium, Dehradun.
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