Char Dham Yatra Complete Info | Pilgrimage To Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamuno

Char Dham Yatra Complete Info | Pilgrimage To Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri

Char Dham is acknowledged as one of the holiest pilgrimages in India. During this pilgrimage, the devotees will cover four sacred destinations including Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These four destinations dedicated to a particular God/Goddess. Yamunotri is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna, Gangotri devoted to Goddess Ganga, Kedarnath devoted to Lord Shiva, while Badrinath devoted to Lord Vishnu. The pilgrims have to sustain the extreme conditions and numerous hardships during their expedition to the holy shrines.

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Holy Yamunotri Temple, Uttarakhand | Top Things To Do in Yamunotri

Yamunotri Temple is the first destination that the devotees encounter as part of their pilgrimage to Char Dham. Nestled amid Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand. Perched at an altitude of 3293 m above the sea level and endowed with the unparalleled natural beauty. According to the famous traditional beliefs, a holy bath in the River Yamuna secures a painless death and untimely death to the devotees. According to the traditional beliefs, the Goddess Yamuna is the sister of Yama, the death of God.

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Top Attractions Near Yamunotri Temple 

The top attractions in Yamunotri include obviously Yamunotri temple, Surya kund, Janki Chatti, and Divya Shilla. The best time to visit Yamunotri is from May to June and September to November. The devotees must witness the Janki Chatti, Surya Kund, and Divya Shilla during their visit to Yamunotri. 

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Owing to the four destinations settle amidst the majestic Himalayas and encircled by scenic vistas, lush greenery, tumbling waterfalls, deep gorges, numerous lakes, rivers, and ice chilling weather. The interesting aspect of the pilgrimage is an exceptional scenic beauty that has been mesmerizing the pilgrims and giving respite from the strenuous expedition on the treacherous Himalayan roads.

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