Thousands of tourists and pilgrims are stuck in various parts of Uttarakhand.
Houses are partly submerged in the flooded Alaknanda River in Govind Ghat in Uttarakhand.
500 roads and 175 bridges have been destroyed in the state due to massive landslides and heavy rains, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna said.
About 9,000 people have rescued so far from areas around Uttarkashi by road and by air.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has announced Rs 1000 crores for Uttarakhand as disaster relief fund, Rs 145 crore as immediate relief, Rs 2 lakh for those who have died and Rs one lakh each to those whose houses have been destroyed due to the floods.
A flooded Badrinath highway road is seen near Joshimath district in northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, India.
The Maharashtra government has decided to give Rs 10 crore to the flood-hit Uttarakhand.
Gaurikund and Kedarnath route has been washed out due to heavy rain.
The Indian Air Force teams carrying out rescue operations and evacuations in Uttarakhand say the process is a tedious one and will be long before it's over.
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