Early morning by 5 AM leave the hotel and drive to Jankichatti / Phoolchatti. From here start the trek to have the darshan of Yamunotri (6kms). If required you can opt the service of hiring horse or Doli at your own cost. By reaching take the holy bath at Jamunabai Kund’s TtaptKund (Hot water spring). Later have the darshan of Yamunotri Ji and spend the time in the temple surrounding. Then trek down to Jankichatti & catch the vehicle, drive towards Barkot. Return back to hotel for overnight stay.
Yamunotri Temple: This most auspicious temple belongs to the Goddess Yamuna. As per belief, she is the daughter of God’s Son and the sister of Yam and Lord Shani. Therefore, doing the worship here gives you a lot more than the feelings of real spirituality and Divine power. Here, you get the blessing of courage and confidence. Also, the fear of facing difficulties and getting death moves away from you. In addition to, the “Lord of Justice” Shani forgives your bad Karmas or gives you very lesser punishment during the Sadhe-Sati and Dhaiya Period.
Surya Kund: This hot water spring belongs to the Sun God. It’s one of the naturally very hot water Kund, therefore, if you are visiting here for the very first time, you may get it a bit difficult to have a dip here, but things get normal automatically later on. Taking the holy dip here washes out all your sins, and generates the divine nature in you. Also, devotees Potatoes and Rice here with the temperature of this Water. They offer that to the temple.
Divya Shila: This holy stone pillar is near the Yamunotri temple and the Surya Kund. This 3000 m tall stone pillar is so much auspicious that before entering the Yamunotri temple, devotees must worship the holy pillar.
Yamunotri Weather: During summer, the temperature ranges between 10 to 18 degrees Celsius, and the day times are very pleasant, however, but you may feel the nail-biting cold at night.