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Char Dham Yatra Package

Char Dham Yatra Packages includes pilgrimage to four holy destinations in Uttarakhand viz. Kedarnath Dham, Badrinath Dham, Yamunotri Dham and Gangotri Dham. Devotees throng the temples of these four Dhams which are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Goddess Yamuna and Goddess Ganga to seek their blessings and to wash off their sins in the holy waters of these Dhams.

Char Dham Yatra packages allows devotees to pay visit to all these four holy destinations in a comforting manner. Besides providing you spiritual highs, the Char Dham Yatra packages will also allow you to enjoy the serenity of the bounties of mother nature. Avail attractive daals on your Char Dham Yatra package today.

Char Dham Yatra

Char Dham Yatra

Char Dham YatraChar Dham Yatra is a very popular pilgrimage tour for Hindu devotees. Also known as Deo Bhoomi Yatra, Char Dham Yatra provides a euphonic spiritual unison for the heart, mind and the soul. The tour includes travel to the below four holy pilgrimage destinations:

  • Kedarnath Dham
  • Badrinath Dham
  • Yamunotri Dham
  • Gangotri Dham
Travels to Haridwar and Rishikesh are also invariably included in Chardham Yatra tour package. Kedarnath Dham is situated at an altitude of 3584 m near Mandakini river in Uttrakhand and houses one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in India. The 100 year old temple also has a statue of Nandi – the celestial bull. Badrinath Dham is situated at an altitude of 3133 m on the banks of Alaknanda river. The main shrine of the Badrinath Dham is also known as Vishal Badri and it was founded in 8th century by Adi Shankaracharya.

Yamunotri Dham is situated at a height of 3615 m on the top of Bandar Pooch Peak. The holy shrine of Yamunotri has many hot water glaciers and there is also a Suryakund or the holy bathing place. Gangotri Dham is situated at an altitude of 3200 m amid the resplendent natural beauty of the Himalayan region. Send Enquiry

 

Do Dham Yatra

Do Dham Yatra

Do Dham YatraDo Dham Yatra includes pilgrimage to the two holy Dhams out of the four viz. Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Do Dham Yatra will provide you spiritual satisfaction as well as apprise you with the serene natural beauty of the region. Do Dham Yatra tour is of two types:

  • Yamunotri and Gangotri Yatra
  • Badrinath and Kedarnath Yatra
You can avail any of the above Char Dham Yatra packages to have your Do Dham Yatra tour. Do Dham Yatra for Yamunotri and Gangotri will start from Delhi and you will travel through Haridwar, Barkot, Yamunotri, Uttarkashi, Gangotri and Rishikesh.

Do Dham Yatra to Badrinath and Kedarnath will start from Delhi and you will travel through Haridwar, Guptkashi, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Srinagar and Rishikesh. Each Do Dham Yatra tour would be a weeklong tour and you can pay obeisance to deities at the centuries old temples of these Dhams during your pilgrimage. Natural ambience of the region will leave a mesmerizing effect on you during your Do Dham Yatra.

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Badrinath Yatra

Badrinath Yatra

Badrinath YatraBadrinath Temple, also known as Vishal Badri is a highly revered temple and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Badrinath temple is situated at a height of 3133 m on Nar Naryan Parvat, with the towering Neelkanth Peak (6597m) in the background. Adi Shankaracharya founded Badrinath Temple in the 8th century which was renovated in 19th century by Scindia and Holkar rulers.

Nearby Badri Van once had dense carpet of wild berries. Badrinath Temple has three main parts – Garbha Griha or the Sanctum Sanctorum where the main deity Vishnu is enshrined, Darhsan Mandap where devotees perform the rituals and Sabha Mandap which is meant for the assembly of devotees.

The kapats (gates) of Badrinath Temple are opened on Basant Panchmi Day and closed on Vijayadashmi Day. The temple remains open for the pilgrims during the months of April-May and closes in the later half of November due to winters. Mata Murti ka Mela, Badri-Kedar Utsav and Krishna Janamashtmi are the main festivals celebrated by Badrinath Temple. Send Enquiry

Kedarnath Yatra

Kedarnath Yatra

Kedarnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and houses one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Shiva. It is situated at an altitude of 3584 m at the head of Mandakini river in Uttarakhand. There are several kunds (pools) in Kedarnath where devotees take the holy dip to wash off their sins.

During the winter season, Kedarnath temple is closed for devotees due to heavy snow. The temple looks very beautiful during full moon night when the snow capped peaks gleam like silver pinnacles in the background. The kapats (doors) of Kedarnath Temple are opened on Shivratri and closed on Yama Dwitya.

The temple is opened in the middle of May and is closed on November on the second day after Diwali festival. Aarti is performed in the temple at 06.45 pm every day. Shingar Darshan is performed at 5 pm. Shivratri and Shravani Annakoot Mela are the main festivals celebrated by the temple. Send Enquiry

Gangotri Yatra

Gangotri Yatra

Gangotri YatraGangotri Temple is situated at an altitude of 3200 m amidst sylvan surroundings in Uttarakhand. Devotees take the holy water of river Ganges from Gangotri Dham to offer it to Lord Shiva, as it is believed that the water has amrit (nectar) in it. The water is offered to Lord Shiva to soothe his throat as he gulped the poison to save the deities during a war with the asuras.

Gangotri temple is opened for the devotees on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya and is closed on the day of Diwali. It is opened in the months of April-May and closed in October-November.

During the first day of the opening of the temple, Ganga Puja is done in the temple premises as well as on the banks of river Ganga. Similarly, closing ceremony is done amidst the row of glittering lamps. It is believed that goddess Ganga retreats to her winter abode 12 km downstream to Mukhwa during the winter season. Send Enquiry

Yamunotri Yatra

Yamunotri Yatra

Yamunotri YatraYamunotri is considered to be the source of river Yamuna, and a shrine is built here which is dedicated to goddess Yamuna. Gangotri temple is situated on the top of Bandar Poonch Parvat. Holy thermal springs at situated close to Yamunotri Temple 7 km away at Jankichatti.

The main deity of the temple is made of black marble. There are many kunds (pools) near the temple with Suryakund being the most sacred one. There is a Divya Shila near the Surya Kund where devotees offer their obeisance before worshipping the main deity of the temple.

Yamunotri Temple is opened for the devotees on Akshay Tritiya Day in the month of May and closed on Yama Dwitiya, the second day after Diwali in the month of October –November. Devotees cook rice and potatoes in the hot water springs of the temple and take the same to their home as prasadam. The temple remains open from 6.00 am to 8.00 pm and Aarti is performed in it at 6.30 pm and 7.30 pm.

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