The Vishnu temple of Badrinath is located 298 kms from Rishikesh and 48 km from Joshimath . This holy town nestles at a height of 3,133 metres, at the site where a forest of Badri (berry) trees, known as the mythical Badrivan, once covered the area.
The Badrinath Dham Yatra Tour Package, offered by Shivshankar Tirth Yatra, presents an extraordinary journey to the revered Badrinath shrine. Originally built by the 9th-century saint Shankara, this sacred temple has witnessed several reconstructions due to avalanches and snowfall. Standing tall at 15 meters, the wooden structure is crowned with a gilded dome. Before the temple gates open each year, the exteriors come alive with vibrant colors, creating a striking contrast against the surrounding grey concrete buildings and majestic mountain slopes. The temple resembles a Tibetan gompa from a distance, exuding a sense of spirituality and grandeur. The head priest of Badrinath, associated with the Namboodiri Brahmin caste from Kerala, also holds the same position in Kedarnath, adding to the cultural significance of the pilgrimage. Adjacent to the temple, pilgrims can find the Tapt Kund and Surya Kund, hot sulfur springs where they take a ritual dip for spiritual purification. Located south of the temple, the ancient village of Badrinath offers a glimpse into the region's rich heritage. As you embark on the Badrinath Dham Yatra Tour Package with Shivshankar Tirth Yatra, immerse yourself in the divine atmosphere, where the glorious temple, awe-inspiring surroundings, and age-old traditions converge, creating an unforgettable pilgrimage experience.
24 kms from Badrinath is the famous site of Govindghat, the confluence of the Alaknanda with the Lakshmanganga. This is also the entry point for the mystical Valley of Flowers and the Sikh shrine of Hemkund Sahib. The Vasuki Tal at a height of 4,135 metres is 8 kms from Badrinath. Besides the main shrine of Badrinath, there are four other shrines that together form the Panch Badri or five Badris. Bhavishya Badri is believed to be the future Badrinath shrine, which will be used once thepresent shrine site is blocked when the twin peaks of Jay and Vijay join together.
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Nestled in the far corners of north India, lies the state of Uttarakhand which every year, starting from the month of April/May attracts thousands of pilgrims for the sacred journey of The Char Dham.
This circuit of the ‘Four sacred abodes’ consists of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath in a clockwise manner. The much awaited Yatra commences from the month of April/May and ends by November, before the heavy snowfall of Himalayas blocks the road during the winter months.
The specific dates for the Char Dham Yatra are announced by the Char Dham Temple Committee, Kedar-Badri Mandir Samiti after consulting the holy Hindu calendar known as the ‘Panchang’ before the holy day of Akshaya Tritiya also known as Akha Teej. It is believed that if you buy gold on this day, it will never fade away and continue to grow.
Next in line is the Gangotri temple dedicated to goddess Ganga, which will be open for visitors starting 22 April, 2023.
This will be followed by the opening of the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva - the Kedarnath Temple, after a few days, tentatively by 26 April 2023.
And finally, the temple of Badrinath will be accessible starting two days later from 28 April, 2023.
Devotees can expect to bid adieu to the pious Gangotri temple on Deepawali expected on November 14, 2023.
The temples of Kedarnath and Yamunotri close doors on Bhai Dooj/Yama Dwitiya, which is two days after Deepawali on November 15, 2023.
The final Dham, which is the Badrinath Dham will be closed for the remaining year from Vijay Dashami marked on November 25, 2023.
|Yamunotri Temple - 22 April
|Gangotri Temple - 22 April
|Kedarnath Temple - 26 April
|Badrinath Temple - 28 April
It is where the tranquil Alaknanda embraces the tempestuous Bhagirathi and it is here that the Ganga is truly born. Devout Hindus consider this prayag second only to the Triveni in Allahabad. The most ancient stone inscriptions found in Uttarakhand are located here. The famous Raghunatha Math, one of the many names for the Rama Temple, is also situated here and it is at Deva Prayag that the priests of Badrinath sojourn in winter. According to an old legend this spot is named after Deva Sharma, a poor Brahmin who performed rigorous austerities at this spot and obtained the favor of Vishnu_s incarnation Rama. The hero of the Ramayana had come here to expiate the sin of brahma hatya (Brahmin-slaughter) after killing the demo-king Ravana. King Dashratha, the father of Lord Rama, is also said to have undergone penance here.
It is a well-known hill station as well as a religious center. It is the winter seat of lord Badrinath. Auli, 6 km from Joshimath can be visited for skiing and other winter sports during winters. The Valley of Flower is a place known as Heaven on Earth. There are numerous verities of flowers in the valley, which are rarely found otherwise. You can see flower like Brahma Kamal there in the months of June-August. Hemkund is near the Valley of Flowers. There is beautiful lake, Hemkund and the Gurudwara of Hemkund Sahib. It is the highest gurudwara in India.
Dedicated to Lord shiva, this temple was constructed in 8th Century A.D and is located 23 km from Gopeshwar.
Bageshwar gets its name form this ancient temple of Lord Shiva set in the heart of the town. According to popular legend, sage Markandey stayed here and this sacred place was visited by the Hindu deity Lord Shiva in the disguise of a tiger. This sacred shrine was constructed during the reign of the Chand dynasty and according to popular legend absolutely no one could establish the Shivlinga inside the temple sanctum and finally one Manorath Pandey of Palayn village went on penance and succeeded in installing the Shivlinga within the temple sanctum on the festival of Shivratri.
Ever since a huge fair is held at this location every year on the festival of Shivratri. Pilgrims from all over the country come to this shrine on temple tours, especially during the festival of Shivratri.
This important shrine lies at a distance of 5 kilometers from Bagheswar in Uttaranchal in North India. It is a popular belief that the temple deity grants wishes to all those who pray to the deity with complete devotion. A huge fair is held here every year on the occasion of Vijaya Dashmi.
This sacred site is one place that you must visit during your temple tours to Uttaranchal in North India. This temple is located at a distance of 8 kilometers from Bageshwar and is popular for a large cave that enshrines idols of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva.
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