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CHAAR DHAM

Yamunotri
Yamunotri

Yamunotri, the source of the Yamuna River, is revered highly. It marks the westernmost shrine in the Char Dham pilgrimage. Devotees honor Goddess Yamuna. It offers spiritual solace and natural beauty. Pilgrims begin their sacred journey here, seeking blessings.

Gangotri
Gangotri

Gangotri, nestled in the Uttarkashi district, is profoundly spiritual. It is here that the Ganges first descended to Earth. The temple honors Goddess Ganga, symbolizing purity and devotion. Devotees seek spiritual cleansing and divine experiences here.

Badrinath
बद्रीनाथ

Badrinath temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, sits between Nar and Narayan mountains in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand. Devotees flock here for spiritual enlightenment and divine grace. The temple’s lore attracts scholars and spiritual seekers alike.

Kedarnath
Kedarnath

Kedarnath, located in the Rudraprayag district, stands amidst snow-clad peaks. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Pilgrims brave challenging treks to seek Shiva’s blessings. Kedarnath remains a beacon of faith and perseverance.


Panch Kedar

Kedarnath
Kedarnath

Kedarnath, revered as the northernmost Jyotirlinga, is where Shiva’s hump appeared. Hidden as a bull to elude the Pandavas, only parts of him were seen. Devotees visit this sacred site to worship the hump of the bull form of Shiva.

Tungnath
Tungnath

Tungnath, where Shiva’s arms appeared, is famed for its ancient temple, the highest Shiva temple in the world. Situated near Chopta in Rudraprayag district, it is a place where devotees come to pay homage to Shiva’s arms.

Rudranath
Rudranath

At Rudranath, worshippers honor the face of Lord Shiva that emerged here. Pilgrims trek through dense forests and alpine meadows to seek the blessings from the face of Shiva, manifesting deep devotion.

Madhyamaheshwar
Madhyamaheshwar

Madhyamaheshwar is where the navel of Lord Shiva manifested. Located near Mansoona village of Garhwal, it is surrounded by lush greenery and snow-covered peaks, embodying peace and sanctity.

Kalpeshwar
Kalpeshwar

Kalpeshwar is unique among the Panch Kedar as it is accessible throughout the year. The small cave temple provides a mystical and intimate setting for worship. It is a place of deep meditation and reverence.


Panch Prayag

Vishnuprayag, where the Alaknanda River meets the Dhauliganga River, is said to be the place where Sage Narada meditated. The site is named after Lord Vishnu, and a temple nearby stands in his honor.

At Nandaprayag, the Alaknanda River is joined by the Nandakini River. According to legend, this Prayag was named after King Nanda, who performed a grand sacrifice here.

Karnaprayag is where the Alaknanda meets the Pindar River. It is named after Karna from the Mahabharata, who is believed to have worshiped the Sun God here.

At Rudraprayag, the Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers converge. This Prayag is named after Lord Shiva, who is revered as Rudra in this sacred spot.

Devprayag, where the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers meet, marks the official beginning of the sacred Ganges.


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