GANGOTRI KEDARNATH BADRINATH YATRA PACKAGE
Gangotri Dham: Located on the banks of River Bhagirathi and some kilometers away from the source of River Ganges, Gaumukh, Gangotri is the second temple which get worshipped when one get Chardham Package. There is a naturally submerged rock under water which is Shivlinga present at Gangotri and can be perceived effortlessly in winters when the water heights get lower in the river. If agreeing to the Hindu Mythology, then you must believe this was the place where Lord Shiva was sitting when he established Ganga falling from heaven in his tangled locks of hair to save earth from its destructing force. Gangotri is the most worshipped and admired temple of Goddess Ganga which is believed to be present in the form of holyRiver Ganga as well. The existing temple was constructed by Amar Singh Thapa, the Gorkha General in the early 18th century. The birthplace of River Ganges, Gaumukh is just 18 km far from Gangotri and it can be reached by trekking if weather condition is favorable of. The place embraces great prominence and significance for Hindus and is a chief pilgrimage place. The temple unlocks during hot weather which in May and gets closed on the day of Diwali which is before severe winters.
Kedarnath Dham: One of the twelve prominence Jyotirlingas and the third destination of the Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand, the glorious temple of Kedarnath is sited at the elevation of 3581 m and is committed to the Sadashiv form of Lord Shiva. If believes to legends the Kedarnath temple was made by Pandavas after the conflict of Mahabharat. The currently existing temple was constructed by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century AD. Kedarnath is one of the sacred and adored five temples devoted to Lord Shiva in Uttarakhand collectively known as Panch Kedar. The other four are: Rudranath, Tungnath, Mad Maheshwar and Kalpeshwar. There one can visit many Kunds in the Kedarnath Peeth. Among these numerous kunds Shiv Kund is measured as the most significant one and the Rudhir Kund is well-known for its water that is of red color. The source glacier of River Mandakini and Gandhi Sarovars are situated only a few kilometers from the Kedarnath Temple. This divine dham is placed at the uppermost height among all the Chardham Temples and thus is icy all over the year and also has low oxygen level.
Badrinath Dham: The admired temple of Badrinath, a part of the Chardham Yatra of Uttarakhand (Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath) as well as the major Chardham Yatra of India (Badrinath, Jagannath Puri, Rameshwaram and Dwarkapuri), is sited between the Nar and Narayan mountain peaks on the banks of Alaknanda river. It is the leading and the most esteemed among the Panch Badri. It is believed that Adi Guru Shankaracharya constructed the four pilgrimages in four directions of the country, today known and the major Chardham Yatra of India, in the 8th century to recover the lost reputation of Hinduism and unite the country in one connection. Badri bring up to a berry that used to grow in richness in the area where Badrinath is situated today and Nath states to lord Vishnu. Agreeing the Hindu legends Lord Vishnu did a long repentance in this area and Godess Lakshmi took the form of blue berries' tree to protect him in the severe climate. Every year the temple's door gets unlocked between the months or April and November. The opening date always gets revealed or announced at the day of Basant Pachami and the Kapaat means door get closed on Vijaydashmi by the Mandir.