Places to See
Badrinath Temple:- The Badrinath temple is the most sacred dham of India. This temple was established by Adi Shankaracharya. This temple is dedicated to Vishnu. This temple one side flows holy river of Alaknanda. The temple is very colourful with very amazing colour. For the main gate every year they do paint and decorate. It is very important place of Hindu and God. They visit this sacred temple from May to October. After Darshan we feel better life and also it depends on your feeling.

Tapt Kund - Natural hot water:- Tapt Kund is natural hot water kund. The water is very hot so how we boil potato and rice. The Hindu pilgrim believed that there are many devi and devtas who live in this kund. So every person takes bath here and also this called the Kund water that do work like medicine. This water removes all the problems in the skin. It is very good for all the people to bath and feel relaxed.

Brahma Kapal:- This is the most important place there. It is the platform of Bank Alaknanda River. There are people after bathing do puja by Pandit Ji. It is very good do puja. Don't miss to do puja in this place.

At this place, we can pray for our ancestors. We can perform ‘puja’. Pundits are available readily (early in the mornings) with fixed charges. However, the Poojaris after performing ‘puja’, may expect more. But they performed the ‘puja’ well.

Vasudhara Falls :- Vasundhara Falls is one of the famous tourist attractions, which lies in the Mana Village. These falls are surrounded by beautiful mountain peaks and are situated at a distance of 4 km from Badrinath.

The water of this cascading falls flows down from the height of 400 ft and is situated at an altitude of 12,000 ft. It is believed that the water of Vasundhara Falls turns away from the visitors who are not pure at heart. From a distance, the water of the fall seems to be like milk flowing down the mountain.

Bheem Pul:- Bheem Pul is situated opposite to the Vyas Gufa in Mana Village. It is a huge rock which acts as a natural bridge across the Saraswati River. The Saraswati River flows with force in between the two mountains and joins the Alaknanda River. It is believed that Bheem, one of the five Pandavas, threw a huge rock in order to make a path to join the two mountains so that Draupadi could easily walk over it.
Char Dham Travel Guide

Badrinath Temple
History & Significance
Geographical Facts
Badrinath Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Badrinath
How to Reach ?
Puja in Badrinath
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Kedarnath Temple
History & Significance
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Kedarnath Temperature
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Distance to Kedarnath
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Puja in Kedarnath
Kedarnath Photos
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Gangotri Temple
Gaumukh
History & Significance
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Gangotri Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Gangotri
How to Reach ?
Gangotri Photos
Gangotri Helicopter Packages
 
Yamunotri Temple
History & Significance
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Yamunotri Temperature
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Distance to Yamunotri
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Puja in Yamunotri
Yamunotri Photos
Yamunotri Helicopter Packages
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