In Uttarakhand history there are two main area the Kumaon History and the Garhwal History. If we take a look in History of Kumaon than we get The history of Kumaon which was influence by Birtish as Garhwal was not favirote place of British. Kumaon was The region of Kumaon, comprises the Himalayan district of Nainital, Almora, Pithoragarh, Bageshwar, Champawat and Udham Singh Nagar extending an area of over 13,017.6 square kilometers. Bounded by Nepal in the east, Tibet in the north and Chamoli, Pauri in Garhwal region and Bijnore in the west, to the south lie the districts of Pilibhit, Bareily, Moradabad and Rampur in Uttar Pradesh. Touching the ancient international border of Nepal and Tibet (now under Chinese occupation), the region is both historically and strategically important.
The Kassites, also known as the Khasa or Khasia, were the Scythians whose clan, in the first millennium BC, ruled as the Saka Dynasty over the entire hill ranges central and western Asia, including Kashmir, Kumaon and Nepal. This region was called Khasdesh during the Epic period. The Kassites did not enjoy their conquest long, however they were driven back towards the Elburz Mountains in north of Iran by the Assyrian king Shamsi Adad (823-811 BC). Even in the mountain resort, the Kassites had no peace and were driven away by hordes of other races who ran over the mountainous territory and forced the Kassites to flee eastward. The Cassite (Khas) culture evolved from the sea of Cassip or of the Cassi people – it was later known as the Caspian Sea, or the Behr – I – Khazar by the Arab historian.
In 693 BC the Assyrian army invaded Elam, and many of the ruling families, together with the statue of their Goddess Nana of Erech, who had been captured a millennium and a half before, were sent back their original homes. The word Nan or Naina is not only confined to Goddess Naina of Nainital. Other places with the names, Nainerpatal, naninar, Nainili and Nainagarh exist in Kumaon. These are some historical points in Kumaon history