Come and experience the scenic beauty at Tula’s:
Nested in the Doon Valley in the foothills of the Himalaya, Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand State. Flanked by two very beautiful as well as mighty rivers the river Ganga on the east and the river Yamuna on the west. This capital city of Uttarakhand has become the education hub of India. The scenic beauty and pleasant weather attracts students from all over the country and abroad. Being the home to some of very premier education institutions such as Natural Gas Corporation, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Indian Institute of Petroleum, Wildlife Institute of India, Instruments Research and Development (DRDO) and Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Ordnance Factory Dehradun give the students opportunities to explore more in their field of study.
To nurture our assets and create value, we believe that there needs to be serene and tranquil environment. This led us to choose Dehradun as the location of our campus. Dehradun is located 256 km north of India’s Capital, New Delhi.
Doon valley has a sub-tropical climate with cool winters, warm and crisp springs, moderate summers and a strong monsoon, which offer an ideal environment to nurture talent and create the visionaries of India in the years to come.
This small city has many historical temples with mythical tales and it is also a gateway to some of the most popular hill station in the country like Musoorie and Nainital. Apart from this Dehradun is also near to some of India’s most popular pilgrimage sites such as Haridwar and Rishikesh.
Being the capital of Uttarakhand, Dehradun is well-connected by roads, rail and air and is easily accessible from most parts of the country. It is 235 km away from India’s capital, New Delhi that is easy to reach from different parts of India. Dehradun is also home to some of the important establishment like the ONGC, Survey of India, the IMA, Forest Research Institute are all located here.
How to reach Dehradun:
Being the capital of Uttarakhand, Dehradun is well-connected by roads, rail and air and is easily accessible from most parts of the country. It is 235 km away from Delhi that is easy to reach from different parts of India. Being well-connected by all means of transport makes Dehradun easy to reach and an accessible destination that you can visit any time of the year.
The capital city Dehradun is connected by air to India’s capital New Delhi. Dehradun has its own domestic airport. Located at the outskirts of the city, the airport lies only 25kms away.
Dehradun is linked with an extensive network comprised of National Highways. It makes Dehradun easily accessible from any part of northern India. A few prominent cities, which have road connections to Dehradun, are: Agra (381kms), Delhi (235kms), Jaipur (493kms), Lucknow (582kms).
Dehradun itself is a major railway station. It is connected with an effective rail network with rest of the country. Most of the major trains are available to Dehradun on a daily basis. It is well connected with all the metro cities of India. There are also trains to other important cities such as Varanasi, Lucknow , Mussoorie etc.