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Badrinath Yatra

 

About Badrinath

The famed town of Badrinath is among the four dominant Char Dham pilgrimage sites of India as well as the Chota Char Dham. It is perched at an average elevation of 3,300 metres about 10,827 feet above sea level on the banks of Alaknanda River. This holy town is named after the Badrinath temple dedicated to the preserver, Lord Vishnu.

Many Hindu devotees are smitten by the charm of this holy shrine as it showcases the traditional Garhwali wooden architecture.

Situated between Nar and Narayan peaks, the pious land of Vishnu also belongs to the Chota Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand. Starting with Yamunotri, Gangotri and Kedarnath, Badrinath is the last and most celebrated stop in the pilgrimage tour of Garhwal Himalayas.

Badrinath Dham is easily accessible by motorable roads and the Badrinath temple can be reached by walking along an easy trek. Around 3 km from Badrinath is the village of Mana, which is one of the last villages before the boundary of India ends and that of Tibet begins. The peak of Neelkanth stands strong spreading its mighty aura for all pilgrims and travellers alike.

 

 
 

 

Badrinath Travel Guide


Day 01

 

Dehradun to Badrinath
(Night stay in Badrinath)

 

Day 02

 

Badrinath Darshan, Local sightseen (Mana Gaon)
(Night stay at Badrinath/ Joshimath)


Day 03

 

Badrinath/ Joshimath to Dehradun