Chardham Tourism provides information about Char Dham Yatra route destinations and attractions of all the place, which comes in chardham circuit. Chardham circuit also has a lot of attractions like Barkot, Uttarkashi, Harsil, Guptakshi, Gaurikund, Joshimath, Rudraprayag, Srinagar, Auli, Valley oF Flowers, Hemkund shahib, Chopta, Mana Village, Tungnath, ukhimath, Triyuginarayan.
Chardham circuit has various lakes, pilgrimage centres, postcard-perfect landscapes, scenic locations, picturesque picnic spots and many more to make your experience of Char Dham.
Auli is a in style destination in India, which is to be found in the snow covered mountain ranges of Garhwal Himalayas, in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Joshimath, Nandaprayag and Rudraprayag are the pilgrim places in Auli. Auli, to be found at a distance of only 13 km from Joshimath, can be reached by taxi/cab and bus.
Barkot is an eye-catching town in Uttarkashi District in the Northern part of Uttarakhand. Barkot is one of the most interesting explorer places in the holy state. Barkot is identified for its tranquility, surprising natural beauty and obviously religious value. Staying in Barkot is actually a remarkable experience.
Chopta is identified as the Mini Switzerland because if offers the mainly eye pleasing vision of the surroundings. To be found at the heels of the Himalayas. It is one of the some destinations in Uttarakhand that are very less populated. The surroundings are natural as commercialization has not increase its wings here.
Gaurikund is related with the tale of Gauri, lord Shiva's wife, who is supposed to have finished self-punishment here to accomplish Shiva as her husband. After years and years of worship did lord Shiva come into view and agreed to Gauri's wish. They both got married just a distance from this place.
The Char Dham accommodation is to be found in Guptkashi that comes on the way to the Kedarnath Dham. Guptkashi is a especially well-known religious town in the state of charming Uttarakhand that attracts the travelers with its beautiful temples and quiet surroundings.
Harsil is a little town in Uttarakhand. Located on the banks of Bhagirathi River while in trip to Hindu pilgrimage, Gangotri, in Uttarkashi region of the Uttarakhand. Sited at a height of 2800m above sea level, it is only 25 km far from Gangotri, the source of the holy Ganges.
Hemkund Sahib is one of the sacred destinations in all of North India. It is trusted that Guru Gobind Singh had meditation in the Lokpal Lake, in which Hemkund Sahib is sited. After that, Hemkund Sahib Yatra has become a main pilgrimage for devotees. The Lokpal Lake is a main point of the Hemkund Sahib tour because it is trusted that it has healing effects and helps recover health.
It is a famous pilgrimage centre which is a home to one of the four Peeths. According to the legend the sage Shankaracharya established Peeth at this place. It is said that Lord Vishnu lives in Joshimath during winters. It is the entry to the famous shrine of Badrinath. It is a fascinating hill station which boasts of royal snow-covered mountain peaks, hygienic climate and amazing natural beauty.
Rudraprayag is the holy place is located at the meeting spot of the two rivers. Rudraprayag is positioned on the eminent pilgrimage road of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Close by town of Srinagar is the renowned helpful city of Garhwal. There are plentiful very old temples in this city.
Srinagar, placed in the central area of Garhwal was the capital of the Garhwal kingdom before India's independence. Srinagar Garhwal area of Uttarakhand is known for its very old temples, monuments and historic sites. Pilgrims head for the well-known Char Dham Yatra in Garhwal while casual tourists come here to get pleasure from nature at its best.
Panch Kedar temples placed in the mountain range of Tunganath in Rudraprayag district. Placed at a height of 12,073 ft, and Tungnath temple is believed to be 1000 years old and is the 2nd in the pecking array of the Panch Kedars. It has a rich legend connected to the Pandavas, heroes of the Mahabharata Epic.
To be found in the Himalayas, Ukhimath put forward royal vision of the Kedarnath and Neelkanth Mountains. It is an enjoyable and lovely hill town, 41 km from Rudraprayag. Ukhimath is an ideal place for tourists looking to enjoy the beauty and perfect calmness of a hill station without the traffic.
The "valley of flowers" is at a height of 3,600 m above the sea level, hemmed by glistening snowy mountains. Valley of flowers is a land where some beautiful 520 floral species. The most suitable time to visit this alluring valley of flowers is from July to August.
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