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Uttaranchal India all as the apt tribute to Lord Vishnu reveres the five Badris. Badrinath is devoted to the worship of Vishnu who, according to an amusing tale, Usurped this place from Shiva. For Vishnu had come here as the gods once did, to offer penance. He loved the place so much that he plotted to unseat Shiva from his meditation here. He took on the form of a beautiful child and began to wail. Shiva's wife, Parvati picked him up but could not calm the child. Since his wailing continued to disturb Shiva, he shifted to Kedarmath in exasperation, leaving the spot free for Vishnu to occupy. But remainders of Shiva's stay continue to linger, most visibly in the name, badri, a kind of berry that Shiva was S most fond of, and the gigantic tree, invisible to the mortal eye, that served Shiva. Considered one of the Chair Dham or four principal places of Hindu worship, Badrinath's four subsidiary badris include Bhavishya Badri, Yogdhyan Badri,Vridht Badri, and Adi Badri.


The five Kedar lies in the valleys between the rivers Bhagirathi and Alaknanda. The term Kedar itself means a natural rock formation or a glacial moraine. According to legend, Kedarnath, the chief seat of the Panch Kedar, come into being during the period when the five Pandava brothers were asked to seek Shiva's blessings, purging them off sin of fratricide, or killing their cousin brothers in the terrifying bettle of Kurukshetra. Shiva disguised himself as a bull and started to plunge underground when he was spotted by Pandavas. No wonder the natural rock formation that is worshipped here resembles the rump of bull. The other four places where Shiva is worshipped take their appearance from different part of his body - the navel at Madmaheshwar, the arm at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, and the matted hair at Kalpeshwar.

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Do Dham Yatra


Day 01 Delhi - Rishikesh (height 1222 Feet)
Delhi departure by bus/car as per package to Rishikesh 225 k.m. This is known as " City of Saints ". Next day visit to Luxman Jhula Swarg sdhram 9on foor ) temples overnight.

Day 02 Rudraprayag/Guptakashi (height 4200 Feet)
Departure to Tehari, Shrinagar Rudraprayag 175 k.m. lunch on the way Darshan at Sangam of Mandakini and Alaknanda and Shankar Temple. Overnight Stay.

Day 03 Kedarnath (height 11817 Feet)
Rudraprayag to Gaurikund by trek doli and horse are available. Kedarnath temple is open up to noon and evening. Aarti darshan are available. Morning special pooja is to be booked a day before. Overnight at Guesthouse 4 person in a room.

Day 04 Rudraprayag
After breakfast departure to Gaurikund by trek onward by vehicle to Rudraprayag. Guptakashi or Pipalkoti overnight stay.

Day 05 Badrinath (height 10248 Feet)
Pipalkoti to Badrinath 75 k.m. by road. Badrinath is an important Dham in the Chardham Yatra. This ancient sacred place is on the bank of Alaknanda river surrounded by snow claded mountains of Himalaya. It is said that Adi guru Shankaracharya found idol of god Badrinath from the naradkund and set up in the temple of Badrivishal. Bath in Tapt kund and darshan of shri Badrivishal and at evening Swwarn Arti and Kappor Arti are famous to participate. Mana Villege is near to Badrinath, there is Bheempul, Vyas Gufa to visit.

Day 06 Devprayag/Srinagar (height 2000 Feet)
Departure via Joshimath Aull if possible by cable car onward proceed to Devprayag. Confluence of two jyant river of Himalaya Alaknanda and Bhagirathi from this points Ganga the sacred name was announced by deities of cosmic etarnal power. There is 5000 years old Raghunathji temple darshan and aarti. Overnight stay.

Day 07 Haridwar
After breakfast departure to Haridwar on the way River Rafting at Shivpuri those who are adventurous, proceed to Haridwar lunch evening aarati at Hari ki Podi. Overnight stay.

Day 08 Delhi
After breakfast departure to Delhi and further journey to Home as per schedule tour ends.

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Char Dham Yatra

Duration - 12 Days /11 nights

Day 01 Delhi- Haridwar (200kms/5hr)
After breakfast drive to Haridwar. On Arr. Check in HOTEL. Later, visit to Har-Ki-Pauri, to experience 'AARTI" in the evening. Transfer to hotel for overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 02 - Haridwar - Barkot. 230kms. (Drive 7 - 8 Hrs.)
Depart from Haridwar early morning and take lunch (Packed) on the way in Mussoorie. Restart your journey and reach Barkot in the evening after visiting Kempty Falls on the way. On arrival check in The Chardham Camp Yamunotri, just 1 km ahead of Barkot town on the Yamunotri Road. Diner and O/N at The Chardham Camp, Barkot.

Day 03 - Barkot - Yamnotri - Barkot. (Drive 32 kms, trek 14 kms round)
Again after an early breakfast leave for Hanuman Chatti (Drive 32 kms) to start your journey. Take a local jeep to reach Phool Chatti to shorten your trek by 5 kms. On arrival start your day on a tough trek of 7 kms one side. Arrive at Yamunotri and pray at temple and also take a holy Achman to start your most sacred pilgrimage to Char Dhams. Come back to Phool Chatti in the evening to return back to Camp resort for dinner and relaxation with Ayurvedic Massage at the resort. O/N at The Chardham Camp, Barkot.

Day 04 - Barkot - Harsil. (Drive 152kms 6 - 7 hrs )
After a relaxed breakfast leave for Harsil a drive of 152 kms. En route stop at Uttarkashi for Tea/ Coffee & Lunch (Packed). On the way stop at Gangnani for hot water spring dip. Restart to reach Harsil, One of the most beautiful valleys in the world and reach The Char Dham Camp set amidst an apple Orchard in Dharali village 2 kms away from Harsil cantonment in the valley on the highway itself. On arrival check in for dinner. O/N The Chardham Camp, Harsil.

Day 05 - Harsil - (Drive 22 Km) Gangotri - (100kms) Uttarkashi.
After breakfast leave for Gangotri and on arrival take a holy dip in the River sacred The Ganges, also called Bhagirathi at its origin. Perform Pooja after that and relax for sometime in the lovely surroundings.Drive back to Uttarkashi late afternoon to reach by evening. Dinner and O/N at deluxe Camp

Day 06 - Uttarkashi - Guptakashi. 203kms. (Drive 7/8 hrs)
After a very early breakfast leave for Guptkashi. Lunch en route at Srinagar. After lunch restart your journey and today for the first time see the river beautiful MANDAKINI. Travel along this to reach Guptakashi late in the evening. On arrival check in The Char Dham Camp (Guptakashi) located 2 kms out of town towards Gaurikund. Dinner and O/N The Chardham Camp, Guptakashi.
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Day 07 - Guptakashi - Kedarnath. (Drive 32 kms trek 14 kms)
After breakfast pick up your packed Lunch and leave for Gaurikund (A 32 kms drive one way) on arrival start your journey on the tough trek ahead. Stop for the lunch en route and restart after that to arrive by late afternoon. On arrival check in Punjab & Sindh Awas. After freshening up perform Pooja and also Darshan at the Shri Kedarnath ji. In the evening also visit Adi Shankaracharya samadhi at the back of the temple. Dinner and O/N at Punjab & Sindh Awas.

Day 08 - Kedarnath - Guptakashi. (Trek 14 kms, drive 32 kms)
After breakfast start you journey back to Gaurikund and on arrival leave for Guptakashi by road to reach the Char Dham Camp by evening. Relax with Ayurvedic Massage. Dinner and O/N at The Chardham Camp, Guptakashi.

Day 09 - Guptakashi - Joshimath Via Chopta. 175kms. (6 - 7 hrs)
After breakfast leave for Joshimath via Chopta, one of the most beautiful sites on the whole trip. Enjoy the beautiful drive through the thick medicinal forest and stop at Pipalkoti for Tea/ Coffee Lunch (Packed). Arrive at The Char Dham Camp Joshimath by late afternoon. Evening fee in Joshimath. Dinner and O/N at The Chardham Camp, Joshimath.

Day 10 - Joshimath - Badrinath. (Drive 45 kms/ 2hrs)
After breakfast leave for Shri Badrinath ji, on arrival take the holy Darshan and spend time visiting Mana village the last village before the Tibet border. Dinner and O/N at The hotel.

Day 11 - Badrinath - Rishikesh/ Haridwar. 274kms. (Drive 9 - 10 hrs)
After breakfast leave for Haridwar and on the way take lunch at Srinagar. Restart and if time permits visit Devprayag (The confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi, to become Ganga). Reach Haridwar/ Rishikesh in the evening and check into Hotel. Dinner & Overnight in Hotel

Day 12 - Rishikesh/ Haridwar
Drive back to Delhi


Panch Prayag, confluence of most sacred rivers, is considered the epitome of immortal piety. River confluences in India are considered very sacred, especially since rivers themselves are extolled ad goddesses. And outside of Prayag, the great confluence of the Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati at Allahabad, the most revered confluences are in the Garhwal Himalayas. Since the two mighty rivers and tributaries trace their source to these mountains, the points at which they meet are sanctified as major pilgrimage centers. It is here that propitiatory and cleansing ceremonies are performed as part of the tenets of Hindu religion. Five Prayags are Vishnu Prayag, Nand Prayag, Karna Prayag, Rudra Prayag and Deo Prayag.
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The shrine of Yamunotri,situated at an elevation of about 3,235 mt is a point of paramount religious importance for Hindus and an essential pilgrimage. Situated in the direction opposite to Gangotri,the road bifurcates froma place called Dharasu,somewhere between Rishikesh- Uttarkashi and goes on to Yamunotri.The shrine can also be visited via mussorie and Barkot.
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