Badrinath is one of the char dham and chota char dham pilgrimage sites. Devotees visit here for darshan. Mostly Hindu devotees visit here one’s in a lifetime for darshan. It’s very spiritual temple or shrine here where all the devotees visit here with a pure heart and while dipped into the holy water of Alaknanda river where all the devotees wash their all the sin.
Badrinath Temple is the only temple among the four char dham pilgrimage sites which is located in Himalaya region and surrounded by snow-clad mountains. It is also a part of one of the Panch Badri temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The main Shrines at Badrinath temple is a 33ft stone image of Lord Vishnu, in the form of Badrinath. Lord Vishnu resides under a Badri tree (a berry tree).
PLACES TO VISIT IN BADRINATH
Neelkanth is a major peak in the Garhwal division of the Himalayas. Lying in the picturesque region state of Uttarakhand, it is one of the most important and religiously revered peaks of the region due to its close proximity to Badrinath. It is situated at the height of 6507 meters and overlooks the lovely valley of the Alaknanda River. Neelkanth lies in the midst of medley of glaciers. The Satopanth Glaciers lies on the northwest side of Nilkantha while the Pampatia Glacier lies to the suthwest, and feeds the Khirao Ganga, a stream running under the south of the peak.
2: MANA VILLAGE
Mana Village is a tourism village known as the last Indian village that lies close to the Tibetan. It is located on the banks of River Saraswati at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea level. It is famous for scenic beauty surrounded by the breathtaking Himalayan Mountain Ranges.
OPENING AND CLOSING DATES:
The Gates of Badrinath Temple is open on 29th April and closes on 30th October 2020. So book your tickets as soon as possible with us.