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Religious and History of Shri Kedarnath Ji Temple
Kedarnath lies one of the holiest devotees of northern India which among the glorious mountain peaks that are covered with nothing but snowstorm. It tenders an unflustered ambience with its majestic sights of nature, colorful rhododendron woods and snow covered mountains which is popular for the ancient shrine devoted to God Shiva. Among the Panch Kedars the most important temple is Kedarnath which is one of the 12 Jyotir Lingams. Another name of God Shiva who was the destroyer and the protector is Kedar which means powerful. One of the significant temples of the pious Chota Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand which is raising the glory of the place to further heights is Kedarnath Dham. Well compensated with the spiritual atmosphere that is created by the panoramic beauty, unruffled and tranquil of the region is the hard journey till the great shrine of Lord Shiva. Among all shrine of Lord Shiva a unique feature of the temple is the conical- shaped Shiva Lingam in the temple Kedarnath. Pandavas sought God Shiva to absolve themselves of their sins which burdened with the guilt of killing their blood relatives. Lord Shiva dived into the ground on being discovered by Pandavas. Hair was found in Kalpeshwar, hump of the bull at Kedarnath, face in Rudranath, navel emerged at Madhya- Maheshwar and two forelegs appeared at Tungnath. The present temple was established by Adi Shankaracharya who revived and restored the glory of the shrine and is believed that originally the Kedarnath temple was built by Pandavas. The Shiva Temple is the main attractions here that is famous Hindu shrine and religious which attracting pilgrims from all over the world. One of the most prominent religious sites which are particularly for the Hindu religions is Kedarnath in Uttarakhand state. Bhima made a great effort in stopping him by holding on to the tail and legs of the bull while doing that of the five Pandavas. Strengthened by factors such as pilgrimage zest and natural beauty is the tourism and travel scope here. Bheema could identify God Shiva and while the rest of the body vanished chased to only catch him through his tail but one of the Pandavas.

Kapat Opening and Closing Dates:
It will be opened on near Akshay Tritya and closed on the day of Bhai Duj after two days of Diwali.

Attractions of Kedarnath Dham-
• Among the few shrines in Northern India which needs an arduous trek to take the blessings of the God Shiva is Kedarnath Temple.
• A pilgrimage sites and has an ancient shrine devoted to Goddess Parvati in Gauri Kund.
• The pristine and serene Chorabari Lake which is fed by Chorabari glacier.
• There is important temple and another ancient to the south side in the temple complex.
• Among trekkers and pilgrims Vasuki Tal is one of the main attractions of Kedarnath temple.

How to Reach:
It is well connected with motor-able roads with taxis and buses from important destinations. Available are regular trains to Dehradun and Haridwar from Delhi. The closest airport towards Kedarnath is Jolly Grant airport.

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