Mahargaon is a village in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, India. It is located in the Joshimath block, about 14 km from the town of Chamoli and 25 km from the district headquarters of Gopeshwar.
The village is located in a picturesque setting, surrounded by mountains and forests. It is known for its natural beauty and its proximity to several popular tourist destinations, such as Badrinath, Auli, and Hemkund Sahib.
Mahargaon is also home to a number of temples and shrines, including the Mahargaon Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The village is also known for its traditional culture and lifestyle.
The people of Mahargaon are primarily engaged in agriculture and tourism. The village produces a variety of crops, including wheat, rice, and maize. Mahargaon is also a popular destination for trekking and camping.