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Roosted on the Garhwal slope tracks, close Alaknanda River, Badrinath is arranged in the Chamoli locale of Uttarakhand. The place is known for the holy Badrinath Temple committed to Lord Vishnu. It is one of the four Char Dham and Chota Char Dham journey yatras and is one of the most visited journeys in India. Put among Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, Badrinath Temple is arranged in the setting of the powerful Neelkanth mountain and is known for shocking regular magnificence.

Arranged at the stature of 10,279 feet, the Temple is accepted to be initially settled by the holy person, Adi Shankaracharya. The sanctuary houses a dark stone symbol of Lord Vishnu which is 1m tall and is viewed as one of the 8 swayam vyakta kshetras or self-showed sculptures of Vishnu. It likewise discovers its notice in the 108 Divya Desams committed to Lord Vishnu in India.

Badri Temple stays shut for a half year from November to April every year. The sanctuary is shut for revere on the promising day of bhatridwityia in October. Upon the arrival of the conclusion, an Akhanda Jyoti light is lit to keep going for a half year and the picture of Badrinath is moved to Narasimha sanctuary at Jyotirmath. Badrinath revives on Akshaya Tritiya, a promising day in April consistently.

Badri Temple has a Tapt Kund, a hot sulfur spring which is considered to have restorative qualities. Waterway Alaknanda is known to start from here. The dynamic celebrations of Mata Murti Ka Mela and the Badri Kedar Festival give you another motivation to visit the sanctuary. The temple is open by street and along these lines driving up to this pioneer spot isn’t troublesome.

Attractions: Badrinath Temple, Charanpaduka, Vasundhara Falls, Neelkantha, Tapt Kund, Bheem Pul, Narad Kund, Saraswati River, Vyas Gufa, Brahma Kapal, Yogadhyan Badri Temple, Ganesh Gufa, Alka Puri, Mata Murti Temple, Pandukeshwar, Sheshnetra, Satopanth Lake, Mana Pass, etc…

Nearby placesMussoorie,  Tehri Dam, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Shree Amarnath Cave Temple, Gangotri,  Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Nagthat, Kempty Falls, Dhanaulti, Chamba, etc…

Best Time to visit: Badrinath stays shut for a half year from November to April. The best an ideal opportunity to visit Badri is in the mid year season from May to June.

Peak Season: Summer Months March to June is a peak season.

How to Reach

  • By Air: Jaunty Grant International Airport in Dehradun is the closest air terminal to Badrinath, a good ways off of practically 314 km. It is a significant residential air terminal for Uttarakhand and is very much associated with significant urban areas through New Delhi. Cabs are effectively accessible from the air terminal to the temple.
  • By Rail: The closest railroad station to Badrinath is Rishikesh which is separated at 295km in NH58. It is very much associated with significant urban communities in India by normal trains. From Rishikesh, you can take a transport or taxi to reach here.
  • By Road: Badrinath is associated with significant urban communities of Uttrakhand by a motorable street. Transports from ISBT Kashmiri Gate, Delhi are accessible to Haridwar, Rishikesh and Dehradun. Badrinath is additionally associated by ordinary transports from urban areas like Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Chamoli among others. Badri is associated with Ghaziabad through NH 58.

Popular Restaurants: Brahma Kamal, Saket Restaurant, etc… Read more

Satopanth Lake
Satopanth Lake
Bheem Pul
Yogdhyan Madri Mandir
Tapt Kund
Ganesh Gufa
Badrinath Nilkantha Peak
Badrinath Charan Paduka
Badrinath Vasudhara Falls
River Saraswati, Badrinath
Bheem Pul
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