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Are you ready to go Chardham yatra 2020

Are you ready to go Chardham yatra 2020

Chardham yatra is the most popular pilgrimage circuit of Hindu. it is the cycle of birth and rebirth As we all know Uttrakhand called as ( Dev Bhoomi ) land of god, it is the place with sacred temples and river, that attracts pilgrims and religious seekers to urge enlightenment. Jingo holidays give you chardham yatra package from Haridwar on affordable price.

The Chardham yatra is all about four rivers of India: Yamuna (Yamunotri), Ganga (Gangotri), Mandakini (Kedarnath), Alaknanda (Badrinath).

Yamuna (Yamunotri)

Located in the Uttarkashi district and raised to a height of 3,293 metres, Yamunotri Temple is known for its purity. Devoted to Goddess Yamuna, Yamunotri Temple is considered as one of the best Chardham packages. This is said that a bath in the Yamuna River will wash away all your sins and protect people from untimely death. It is because of the historic ceremony of Bhai Bhuj where Yamraj gave his words to the Yamuna that anyone who dips on River Yamuna will never be taken to hell. This shrine opens on Akshaya Tritiya and closes on Yama Dwitiya in the winter season.

Ganga (Gangotri)

Situated in the Uttarkashi district and raised to a height of 3,415 metres, The Gangotri Temple is one of the most religious destinations in India. In the four shrines, Gangotri is devoted to the most important rivers in India, the Goddess Ganga. It is the place where river Ganga first touched the grounds of earth. Another thing that makes it holy is that it is the place where Pandavas performed Deva Yagna to give respect to their Kingsman who died in the battle of Mahabharata. This Dham is found 3200 meters above sea level. Thus, to explore the purity and sanctity of the river Ganga, people would love to visit Gangotri Dham.

Mandakini (Kedarnath)

Situated in the Rudraprayag district and raised to a height of 3,583 metres above the sea level, Kedarnath Temple is found in the 8TH century A.D. This temple is devoted to Lord Shiva as it is believed that the God Shiva agreed to dwell here at the demand of Nara-Narayana. As per the historic details, Pandava brothers built the first temple at Kedarnath. Kedarnath Temple opens from the starting of May and remains closed in the month of Diwali. The temple of Bhaironath, which is situated behind the temple of Kedarnath, saves it from any kind of evil.

Alaknanda (Badrinath)

Present in the Chamoli district and raised to a height of 3,300 metres above the sea level, Badrinath Temple is the holiest place among the four Dhams. It is located between the mighty Nar and Narayan peaks, the Badrinath Temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu. This is particularly the last stage of Chardham Yatra. It is the place where Ganga flows to settle into different channels. Moreover, it is also believed that God Vishnu sat in meditation at this holy place. Satisfied by the determination of Lakshmi, God Vishnu named this place as Badrika Ashram.

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