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Discover the Sacred CharDham: Your Gateway to Spiritual Awakening

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The Chardham Yatra is a sacred pilgrimage tour of four holy sites—Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath—nestled high up in the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India.

Char Dham Yatra is one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimages in India and is believed to wash away sins and open the doors to salvation.

Chardham Yatra Opening Dates 2024

DestinationOpening Date
Yamunotri10 May 2024 (Tentative)
Gangotri10 May 2024 (Tentative)
Kedarnath11 May 2024 (Tentative)
Badrinath12 May 2024
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Our Chardham tour packages are intricately designed to meet the diverse needs of tourists. With strong ties to transporters and hoteliers along the Chardham Yatra route, we guarantee the best accommodations. Conducting annual visits to hotels allows our team to personally select the finest options for our guests. Understanding the high expectations of Chardham Yatra participants, we consistently deliver top-notch services, earning the trust and recommendation of thousands of satisfied guests worldwide.

The Chardham Yatra from Haridwar spans 9 nights and 10 days, including a stay at Kedarnath. For those seeking an expedited journey, options like helicopter rides or pony transportation can potentially reduce the duration by one day.

चारधाम यात्रा, उत्तराखंड, भारत में स्थित चार प्रमुख हिन्दू तीर्थ स्थलों की यात्रा है, जिनमें गंगोत्री, यमुनोत्री, केदारनाथ, और बद्रीनाथ शामिल हैं। इन स्थलों की यात्रा को पूरा करने से हिन्दू धर्म के अनुयायियों को मोक्ष की प्राप्ति होती है और उनके पापों का शुद्धिकरण होता है। यह यात्रा हिन्दू धर्म में बहुत महत्वपूर्ण है और इसे ‘चारधाम परिक्रमा’ कहा जाता है।

  • गंगोत्री में माना जाता है कि गंगा नदी का उत्पन्न स्थान है और यहां भगवान शिव ने गंगा को धारित करने के लिए एक रॉक रखा था।
  • यमुनोत्री में यमुना नदी का उत्पन्न स्थान है और यहां पवित्र हॉट स्प्रिंग्स हैं जो पर्यटकों को आत्मा शुद्धि का अनुभव करने का अवसर देते हैं।
  • केदारनाथ में केदारनाथ मंदिर है, जो भगवान शिव के उपास्य स्वरूप में पूजा जाता है।
  • बद्रीनाथ मंदिर भगवान विष्णु को समर्पित है और यह एक प्रमुख पिलग्रिम स्थल है जो चारधाम में शामिल है।

यह यात्रा हिन्दू धर्म के प्रमुख तीर्थ स्थलों में से एक का अभिषेक है और श्रद्धालुओं को धार्मिक और आध्यात्मिक साधना का अद्वितीय अनुभव कराती है।

About Char Dham

Uttarakhand, also known as Devbhoomi or the Land of Gods, is home to numerous temples and welcomes devotees all year round. The Chardham Yatra offers a deeply spiritual and culturally enriching experience that every pilgrim should embark on at least once in their lifetime.

The Char Dham Yatra, also known as the Chota Char Dham Yatra, is a pilgrimage tour of the four Hindu shrines—Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath—located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. These sacred sites hold immense spiritual significance, with the holy river Yamuna originating from Yamunotri, Maa Ganga from Gangotri, Mandakini from Kedarnath, and Alakhnanda, Saraswati from Badrinath. Kedarnath, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva in India, is considered a primary place of worship of Lord Shiva. The Char Dhams of India, including Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Jagannath Puri, and Dwarka, were founded by Adi Shankracharya, and it is a common aspiration for all Hindus to visit these four shrines at least once in their lifetime. It is believed that completing the Char Dham Yatra can wash away sins and lead to the attainment of Moksha.

The Char Dham Yatra is a tour of four high-altitude shrines nestled in the Himalayas, and it is believed that the pilgrimage should be completed in a clockwise direction, starting from Yamunotri, then proceeding towards Gangotri, Kedarnath, and finally ending at Badrinath. The journey can be completed by road or by air, with helicopter services available. The Yatra is as divine as it is arduous, but it is said to fulfill the soul.

The Char Dham Yatra is a deeply spiritual and culturally enriching pilgrimage that offers a transformative experience for devotees. The high-altitude shrines remain shut for around six months every year, opening in summers (April or May) and closing with the onset of winter (October or November). The Yatra is a significant part of the religious tourism in Uttarakhand, also known as Devbhoomi or the Land of Gods, and is a prominent pilgrimage that welcomes devotees throughout the year.

The Chardham Yatra is a Hindu pilgrimage to four famous Hindu shrines. The ancient and holy sites are situated in different corners of India and it can take months to walk but there is an easier way! Take to the skies with our Chardham Yatra by Helicopter. You save time and energy while enjoying the amazing view, all at an affordable price. If you are planning to visit the Chardham Yatra, but have a limited time frame, the Chardham Yatra Uttarakhand can be made by foot or horseback, but most pilgrims opt for a tour company to provide transportation and basic accommodation with The Chardham Yatra starts from the Yamunotri Temple in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand and goes And finally, it reaches Badrinath Temple, which is the youngest among all four Char Dhams.

Kedarnath is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage site located close to the source of the Mandakini River and the Chorabari Glacier, amidst the majestic Himalayan peaks. It is situated at an elevation of 11,755 feet, with Gaurikund being the nearest road-head, approximately 14 kilometers away. The Kedarnath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and holds immense mythological significance.

The temple is associated with a compelling mythological tale from the Mahabharata, where Lord Shiva, in the form of a bull, left his hump at Kedarnath while evading the Pandavas. The other parts of the bull’s body are worshipped at the other four Panch Kedar shrines. The temple’s dramatic setting near the Chorabari Glacier, the origin of the Mandakini River, attracts Hindu pilgrims throughout the summer, offering a picturesque landscape of deep gorges, apple orchards, snow-capped peaks, and terraced hill slopes.

To reach Kedarnath, one can travel from Gaurikund, the closest road-head, and embark on a trek that includes uphill paths, river crossings, and a journey through the southern face of the Kedarnath peak. The temple’s serene and awe-inspiring location makes it a significant stop for devotees and spiritual seekers during the Chardham Yatra.

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The Kedarnath Temple is a place of immense spiritual and natural beauty, offering a profound and transformative experience for visitors.

Char Dham Yatra
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi during his visit to the Kedarnath Temple, in Uttarakhand on May 03, 2017. The Governor of Uttarakhand, Dr. Krishan Kant Paul is also seen.

Badrinath is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, situated in the town of Badrinath in Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the Char Dham and Chota Char Dham pilgrimage sites and is considered one of the holiest Hindu temples. The temple is approximately 50 ft tall with a small cupola on top, covered with a gold gilt roof. The facade is built of stone, adorned with arched windows, adding to its architectural grandeur. The sacred site holds immense significance as the abode of Lord Badrinath and is surrounded by the majestic Nar and Narayana mountain ranges.

The area around the Badrinath Temple has been mentioned in various sacred texts of Hindus, including the Bhagavata Purana, Skanda Purana, and Mahabharata. Pilgrims embark on a spiritual journey to seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu and participate in rituals, including a holy dip in the Tapt Kund, a natural hot spring believed to possess medicinal properties. The temple’s revered idol, a self-manifested black stone representation of Lord Badrinath, draws devotees from far and wide, making it a significant pilgrimage destination for those seeking divine blessings and spiritual solace.

Yamunotri Temple, part of the revered Chardham pilgrimages, was constructed in the 19th century near the origin of the sacred Yamuna River. Situated approximately 5 kilometers away from the remote village of Janki Chatti, the temple is surrounded by lush forested peaks and a sprawling valley. Pilgrims visiting Yamunotri often engage in a 5-kilometer trek to reach the temple, where hot springs abound, allowing for purifying dips. Devotees can also witness the unique tradition of cooking potatoes and rice as prasad in these natural springs.

The Yamuna River, considered the second holiest river in India after the Ganges, holds mythological significance. A ritualistic dip in the Yamuna, believed to be the daughter of Surya and sister of Yama, is thought to cleanse individuals of their sins. A highlight of the Yamunotri pilgrimage is the presence of hot springs where rice is cooked and offered as prasad to devotees.

Yamnotri Temple
Yamnotri Temple

Situated at an elevation of 10,803 feet in the Garhwal Himalayas, Yamunotri is approximately 40 kilometers from Barkot in Uttarkashi. The actual source of the Yamuna lies in the Yamunotri Glacier, located at an elevation of 20,954 feet near the Bandarpunch Peaks. Notable sites to explore during a Yamunotri trip include Divya Shila, Hanuman Chatti, Surya Kund, and Saptarishi Kund Lake. The temple itself is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna, represented by a black marble idol. While the original shrine was built by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal on the left shore of the river, the current structure, commissioned by Maharani Gularia of Jaipur, was erected in the 19th century. The region surrounding the Yamunotri Temple also features numerous shrines, temples, and ashrams, adding to the divine aura of this enchanting Chardham site.

The Gangotri Temple stands as one of the most sacred shrines in the country, revered as the source of the holiest Hindu river, the Ganges. According to mythology, a rock at the temple site served as a protective cushion to prevent havoc on Earth when the river flowed from Shiva’s matted locks in heaven. Lord Shiva strategically placed this rock to withstand the force of the gushing waters. Built in the 18th century by Amar Singh Thapa, a Gorkha commander, the Gangotri Temple holds historical significance. While Gaumukh, a glacier located about 19 kilometers beyond the temple, is the primary source of the Ganges, Gangotri itself, situated at an elevation of 10,170 feet, lies on the banks of the Bhagirathi River. The river is referred to as Bhagirathi until it merges with the Alakananda at Devprayag to form the Ganges.

The Gangotri Temple traditionally opens on Akshay Tritiya, usually in May, and closes on Bhai Duj, typically in late October or November. Pilgrims, acknowledging the Ganges’ healing and spiritual properties, often carry bottles filled with holy water from this sacred site. The Gangotri region boasts a diverse ecosystem, harboring numerous endemic species of flora and fauna. Several smaller temples near the main shrine narrate the story of Ganga’s evolution, tracing back to its mythological roots.

Gangotri Temple
Gangotri Temple

Significance of Gangotri

According to Hindu mythology, Ganga originated as a gift from Lord Shiva to King Bhagirath for his relentless penance. Understanding the river’s immense power and the havoc it could wreak if allowed to flow freely, Lord Shiva captured the Ganges in his locks, directing its flow. The sacred stone near the Gangotri shrine marks the spot where the river first touched the Earth, and Ganga is named Bhagirathi after her father, King Bhagirath. During the temple’s construction in the 18th century by Amar Singh Thapa, the Gaumukh glacier, one of Ganga’s sources, was present at the site. Over the years, environmental factors, including soil erosion, led to the glacier receding to its current location.

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Overview CharDham Yatra

 

Char Dham Location Height (Approx.) Distance from Haridwar (Approx.)
Gangotri Uttarkashi District 10,170 feet 310 km
Yamunotri Uttarkashi District 10,803 feet 278 km
Kedarnath Rudraprayag District 11,755 feet 246 km
Badrinath Chamoli District 10,279 feet 298 km

Chardham Yatra - Trip Highlights

  • Sacred Pilgrimage: Embark on a divine journey to the sacred Char Dham shrines of Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, considered highly auspicious in Hinduism.
  • Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in the spiritual atmosphere with guided visits to the shrines, evening Aarti, religious discourses, and more.
  • Local Expertise: Benefit from the local expertise of friendly and reputable guides with in-depth knowledge of the region.
  • Complete Itinerary Services: End-to-end itinerary services, including assistance in VIP Darshan, helicopter bookings, local sightseeing, and more.
  • Hygiene & Security: Prioritize safety with first-aid facilities, doctor-on-call services, and a focus on hygiene throughout the yatra.
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Char Dham Yatra - Trip Info

  • 11,755 ft
  • 52 Kms
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  • Non AC Hotels
  • Haridwar
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