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Title: Memorable Char Dham Yatra In India

Memorable Char Dham Yatra In India
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About Char Dham Yatra
  • Situated in different directions of Uttarakhand,
    the Char Dham Yatra, is known as the world's most
    sacred pilgrimage tour. These holy shrines are
    Badrinath in the north, Dwarka in the west, Puri
    in the east, and Rameshwaram in the south. A trip
    to the Char Dhams is the epitome of devotion,
    where Ganga, Yamuna, Vishnu, and all Shiva live
    in their purest manifestations. According to the
    common belief, take a journey to these holy
    shrines at least once in a lifetime.

Why Is It So Important?
  • Char Dham Yatra is a compulsory pilgrimage trip
    for all Hindus. Everyone should visit this Yatra
    at least once in a lifetime. One goes on Chardham
    Yatra with family and friends to make it a
    fulfilling trip and derive maximum benefits.
    During the journey, one must visit holy places
    like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, and
    Gangotri. A visit to these four sacred places
    brings on tremendous blessings for the life of a

Char Dham Yatra Places
  • Badrinath Temple
  • Kedarnath Dham
  • Gangotri Dham
  • Yamunotri Dham

Badrinath Dham
  • The lovely town of Badrinath is a place where
    divinity collides with nature's tranquility. The
    pre-eminent home of Lord Vishnu is one of the
    holy shrines of the Char Dham pilgrimage in
    India, situated in the Chamoli district of
    Uttarakhand at the height of 3,139 feet. Puri,
    Dwarka, and Rameswaram are some of the other Char
    Dham temples.

Kedarnath Dham
  • The Kedarnath Temple is a well-known and
    significant shrine in the country, one of Lord
    Shiva's 12 jyotirlinga temples in India. The
    Panch Kedar pilgrimage of India includes the
    temples of Kedarnath, Kalpeshwar, Rudranath,
    Tungnath, and Madmaheshwar.

Gangotri Dham
  • At 3200 meters above sea level, Gangotri Dham is
    the second stop on the Yatra, located in Gomukh,
    the sacred River Ganga's source believed that
    bathing in the Ganges' holy water cleanses one of
    all sins. According to legend, King Bhagirath
    pondered for a long before Ganga came into the
    area. The stone on which he has meditated is
    displayed at the temple.

Yamunotri Dham
  • People begin their journey in Yamunotri, the
    source of the Yamuna River, and according to
    legend, Yamuna is Yamraj's sister. He had
    promised her sister on Bhai Dooj that anyone who
    took a dip in the river was not sent to Yamlok
    and get salvation. So, Goddess Yamuna gets
    worshiped here.

Guidelines and Safety Measures for the Char Dham
  • Check the weather forecast before planning your
  • Book a Chardham package by the best travel agent
    rather than trying to plan everything on your
  • Before booking a package, read the list of
    inclusion and exclusions.
  • As this is a religious tour, only bring
    appropriate clothing.
  • If you drink alcohol or eat non-vegetarian meals
    during your trip, you will not be allowed to
    access the temples or religious sites.
  • Carry medicines, first-aid supplies, a power
    bank, and other necessities with you.
  • Visiting Chardham during the rainfall is not
    advisable owing to the risk of landslides.
  • Where photography is prohibited, do not take
    photographs in those areas.

Contact Us
  • Name Travel to India
  • ADDRESS  TA 55/F, Om vihar, Friday market, New
    delhi 110059, Uttam nagar West Metro Station
  • TEL No.  91-9810115661 91-9899175771
  • E-MAIL
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