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Kedarnath Dham Yatra by Uttarakhand Holidays Private Limited

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A holy town ‘Kedarnath’ is known for its ‘Kedarnath Shrine’ which is dedicated to Lord Shiva (Protector and destroyer). The shrine is located in the Rudraprayag district of Garhwal region in the state of Uttarakhand. The temple is situated at an elevation of 3584 mts above the sea level. The shrine of Kedarnath is one of Chardham which is popular as the abode of Lord Shiva. Thousands of the devotees take part in the Yatra from all around the country and the other different parts of the world. The Neelkanth peak and Mandakini River increased the charm of Kedarnath Shrine. The beautiful Peaks, Snow capped Himalayan, fresh and pure environment, Pleasant climate and lot of devotees all of them are adds the charm of the place. The Kedarnath temple is one of 12th Jyotirlingas and holds great faith among the devotees.

It is believed that the temple was founded by the Adi Shankracharya in 8th century but this temple was established by the Pandavas. It is said that when the Pandavas killed all his own brothers in the war so they feel guilt. Then Lord Krishna advised to seek Lord Shiva for remove the all sins. But the Lord Shiva had refused their request and tried to run away from there and converted himself into a bull. ‘Bhima’ one of the Pandavas able to catch the Lord Shiva held the hump of Bull. The place where the hump of bull appeared, which location known as the ‘Kedarnath Shrine’.

The Shankracharya Samadhi, Vasuki Tal, Agastyamuni, Sonprayag and Chandrashila etc are the other major attraction of Kedarnath. Gaurikund is the last point of Road and starts the trek here to reach Kedarnath. Apart from this it also a perfect location for adventure activities like -Trekking. The 18 km trek is start from Gaurikund to reach Kedarnath. Gaurikund Temple is dedicated to Goddess Parvati. This is the place where goddess Parvati agreed Lord Shiva for marriage. You also visit Triyuginarayan Temple, The temple known as the Place where Goddess Parvati married with Lord Shiva.

The temple opens on the last week of April or First week of May Every Year and closes after two days of Diwali on the day of Bhai Duj. May is the best season for visit and you can also visit Badrinath Temple till the month of October. During the winter season the idol of Lord Vishnu is kept in Joshimath village in the Narsingh Temple and worshiped here for the next six months. Good accommodations hotels like Luxury and Deluxe are also available here. All the necessary requirements are also filed during the trip. I think, everyone should go the Yatra at least once in a life.

There are some interesting places for visit like –
• Gaurikund is one of the major attractions of the place which is offered the best 18 km trekking route for tourists and it is the ending point of plains.
• Gaurikund Temple is other major attraction dedicated to Goddess Parvati.
• Vasuki Tal is high glacial lake and it is believed that on the day of Raksha bandhan lord Vishnu takes bath in this pond.
• Shankracharya Samadhi is situated near the Badrinath Temple. He was the great Philosopher.
• Triyugi Narayan Temple is located in Rudraprayag district and a pilgrimage destination. This is that temple where lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati got married.

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