Badrinath Temple | Char Dham Yatra

Badrinath Temple

Badrinath Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is situated in Badri Van, the forest of Berries in Chamoli, Uttarakhand. It lies on the bank of Alaknanda River which originates from Satopanth Glacier just 24 Km above from here. Hindu pilgrims visit this beautiful destination on their Char Dham Yatra Route

Places to Visit in Badrinath

Badrinath Temple

Badrinath Temple lies on the bank of Alaknanda River at an altitude of 3,133 m (10,279 ft) in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Badrinath Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is one of the Char Dham Yatra shrine stated by Adi Shankracharya in 8th century for the motive of spreading Hinduism in India. The Badrinath temple is served by Tamil saints as said by Adi Shankracharya the founder of Indias Char Dham Yatra circuit.

Kunds: Hot Water Spring

Tapt Kund, Suraj Kund, and Narad Kund are three natual hot water spring originating near Badrinath Temple on the bank of Alaknanda River. These spiritual kunds have many religious and medicals values for people of India that can cure lot of their problems. Hot water spring kund has sulpurous water whose steam can be seen rising high in air in day time from long distance too  that gives ultimate view of Badrinath around Alaknanda river. The Char Dham Yatra pilgrims take dip in these Tapt kunds before visiting Badrinath Temple and beginning there rituals at holy dham.

Charanpaduka of Lord Vishnu

Charanpaduka at the foothill of Neelkanth Peak in Badrinath is believed the spot where Lord Vishnu stepped first time on Earth and is symbolized by piece of stone under a rock. Charanpaduka which mean footwear is the footprint of Lord Vishnu which is a holy tirth for hindu pilgrims on Char Dham Yatra circuit. Charanpaduka is located at a distance of 3 Km trek from Badrinath Dham at an altitude of 3,380 m (11,090 ft) above sea level that has beautiful landscape around it.

Vasudhara Water Fall

Charanpaduka at the foothill of Neelkanth Peak in Badrinath is believed the spot where Lord Vishnu stepped first time on Earth and is symbolized by piece of stone under a rock. Charanpaduka which mean footwear is the footprint of Lord Vishnu which is a holy tirth for hindu pilgrims on Char Dham Yatra circuit. Charanpaduka is located at a distance of 3 Km trek from Badrinath Dham at an altitude of 3,380 m (11,090 ft) above sea level that has beautiful landscape around it.

Mana Gaon

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Mana Gaon or Village is 3 Km ahead of Badrinath and just 24 Km before Indo-Tibet international border is located at a height of 3,200 m (10,498.5 ft) above sea level. Mana Village being last village of India on NH-9 in Chamoli district has many nature loving sights in Himalaya hills, it is surrounded by many peaks such as Neelkanth, Nar peaks. Two caves Vyas Gufa and Ganesh Gufa the holy place of India where Mahabharat was composed are major attractions of Mana, and its also the base camp for many beautiful treks to Glaciers like Satopanth Glacier Trek.