You may find numerous temples in Uttarakhand, hence known as Devbhoomi or the Land of Gods, which welcomes visitors all year. One of the most well-known of the several holy sites and circuits that pilgrims travel across Uttarakhand is the Char Dham Yatra. Yatra, or pilgrimage, is a journey to four sacred locations tucked away in the Himalayas: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. Char and Dham are terms for four holy locations in Hindi.
Kedarnath, one of India’s most respected religious locations, lies in the tucked-away majestic Garhwal Himalayas. The village, centered around the famed Kedarnath temple, is close to the Chorabari glacier, where the Mandakini river originates, at an elevation of 3,580 meters. The magnificently designed old temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, is made of massive but uniformly shaped grey stone slabs. Within the temple, a conical rock formation is revered as Lord Shiva in his “Sadashiva” form. One of Lord Shiva’s 12 Jyotirlingas in India is the Lord Shiva temple in Kedarnath, a stop on the Char Dham pilgrimage route. The Kedarnath mountain, Kedar Dome, and other Himalayan peaks are behind the Kedarnath temple.
Another of the Char Dhams in the state of Uttarakhand is the Badrinath Temple, also known as the Badrinarayan Temple, which is situated in Badrinath town. The four pilgrimage sites that make up the Char Dham are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These pilgrimage sites gather a sizable number of travelers each year, making them the most important centers for religious travel in Northern India.
Badrinath is situated at a height of roughly 3,100 meters. This holy village is in the Garhwal Himalayas on the Alaknanda river’s banks, sandwiched between the Nar and Narayana mountain ranges. Adi Shankaracharya, a sage, is thought to have founded the temple in the eighth century.
Kedarnath and Badrinath temples are claimed to be the oldest and the most revered amongst the Chardham. Hence, if you want to keep your pilgrimage short, then instead of going for Chardham Yatra, you can also opt for Do Dham yatra. Do Dham covers Kedarnath and Badrinath.
Do Dham yatra package
In our Do Dham yatra package, the en route to the deity’s darshan will be on a helicopter. For everyone, this is the most incredible package. A Do Dham tour by helicopter allows you to visit Kedarnath and Badrinath in person in about 5-8 hours from Dehradun. This saves you time because it would take at least 5 to 6 days to go by road to Do Dham darshan from Haridwar, Dehradun, or Rishikesh. Additional 7–8 days from Delhi. By taking a Dham Yatra by helicopter, you can receive the blessings of two important Dhams, Badrinath and Kedarnath, and one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. It’s best to get to Dehradun the day before the trip.
Badrinath and Kedarnath Helicopter Tours
The sacred Badrinath and Kedarnath helicopter tours typically begin in April and last through November. The suitable season for a Badrinath Kedarnath Tour Each year, May, June, September, and October, can be reached by helicopter. Both the beginning and the end of this package are in Dehradun. The ideal bundle for elderly pilgrims is this one. Who is also overly preoccupied at work? The most practical yatra is this one. There are frequent flights to Dehradun from critical Indian cities.
Additionally, Dehradun has excellent rail and road connections. So come and realize your desire to see these holy locations. For a hassle-free yatra, we will take care of all your requirements. One of the most revered yatras among Hindus is this one.
We urge travelers to bring wool clothing. This area of India may well see freezing weather. Carry your daily medications, too, as you might not find all medicines here
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