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Yamunotri Ji Temple Religious Shrine of Hindu Religion
The Yamunotri shrine is situated in Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand with at an elevation of 3185 mts above the sea level. It is a most religious Hindu pilgrimages destination dedicated to Goddess Yamuna. Yamunotri is one of Chardham and the starting point of Yatra after that yatra proceed to Gangotri, Kedarnath and last to Badrinath. Yamunotri is the source of Yamuna River. Yamunotri stands proudly with its majestic mountains peaks, glaciers and gushing water of Yamuna. Yamunotri is the second most sacred river in India which is originated in Yamunotri.

Religious Information about Yamunotri Temple
Goddess Yamuna is daughter of God Sun and sister of Lord Yama (God of Death). Every year thousands of the devotees from all around the country take part in the yarta to get the blessings of Goddess. It is believed that takes a bath in Yamuna River wash all the sins and protect painful death. The actual source of River Yamuna is at a short distance from temple located on the Kalindi Mountain. Kalindi is also known as Kalindi. The idol of Goddess Yamuna is in the black marble inside the temple and worshiped.

History of Temple:
According to the legend it is believed that once Yamunotri was the home of Great Sage Asti Muni. He takes bath daily in Yamuna and Ganga both but when he become old and unable to reach Ganga, then a stream of Goddess Ganga appeared opposite side of Yamunotri. Yamunotri is the second most sacred River in India. It is believed that the Yamunotri Temple was built by the King of Tehri Naresh Sudarshan Shah in 1839. But the present temple was constructed by the Maharani Guleriya of Jaipur in early 19th century.

Best Time to Travel:
Every year in the last week of April or first week of May on the day of Akashya Tritiya the temple opens and close after two days of Diwali on the day of Bhai Duj. May to till June is the best time to visit. Monsoon takes place from July to August here. September to till Diwali is again best time to visit. During the winters when the roads blocked due to heavy snowfall then the idol of Goddess Yamuna brought down to Kharsali village in Lord Shani Temple for next six months. Kharsali is the winter seat of Goddess Yamuna.

Trekking Route Information:
One can reach the temple after a trekking of 6 km from Janki Chatti. Apart from a religious destination it also offered the best options for trekking. There is also an option of hiring horses and ponies to climb up. Most of the time the major parts gets covered with snow so one should carry heavy or light woolen clothes whenever he is travelling to Yamunotri.

How to Reach:
The destination is well connected to the major cities of uttarakhand, the nearest Airport is Jolly grand and Haridwar and Rishikesh is the nearest Railway station. Good options of food are easily available here and Non-vegetarian and alcohol is banned here due to its religious importance. Hotels, Ashramsh, Dharamshala are easily available for comfortable night stay at here. During the yatra don’t forget to carry heavy woolen clothes. Everyone should visit Yamunotri once in a lifetime.

Book your Yamunotri Yatra Package with Uttarakhand Holidays Private Limited
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