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Char Dham Yatra Package : Himalayan Spiritual Odyssey

Char Dham Tour Package

Discover the divinity of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri & Yamunotri and let your soul awaken in the holy essence. Located in the hinterlands of Uttarakhand, the four sacred shrines attract thousands and thousands of devotees every year. The Char Dham Yatra holds immense significance in Hindu mythology and is considered a sacred journey to attain salvation.

Four sacred shrines, each harbouring its own profound significance, form the crux of the Char Dham Trek. Yamunotri, where the Yamuna River springs forth from icy glaciers, exudes purity and renewal. Gangotri, where the Ganges River descends to bless the Earth, offers a spiritual sanctum amidst pristine beauty. Kedarnath, nestled in the lap of snow-clad peaks, resonates with the tales of Lord Shiva's abode, while Badrinath, guardian of devotion, stands as a beacon of enlightenment and salvation.

Char Dham is a journey that elevates the spirit, rekindles faith and unites one with the divine nature of the world. As you embark on this sacred trail, prepare to be humbled by the grandeur of nature, uplifted by the power of devotion, and transformed by the touch of the divine.

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Key Facts About Char Dham


Kedarnath Dham is one of the Char Dham shrines and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple lies in the middle of grand Himalayan peaks and millions of devotees throng the temple every year to seek Shiva’s blessing.

  1. The temple is located at an altitude of 3500 m.
  2. It is part of Char Dham as well as Panch Kedar in Uttarakhand.
  3. Kedarnath is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India.
  4. Kedarnath is situated beautifully by the banks of the Mandakini River.
  5. According to legends, the hump of the bull that Shiva disguised as, lies in the Kedarnath Temple.
  6. Kedarnath Temple has a very unique architecture, built of huge, grey and evenly cut stone slabs.
  7. Shiva here is worshipped in the Sadashiva form and you can see a conical rock inside the Garbha Griha.


Badrinath Dham is considered the abode of Lord Vishnu. Situated amidst the Neelkanth Peak, the temple exudes an aura of divinity that transcends the mortal world.

  1. The temple is located at an altitude of 3,133 m.
  2. Alakananda River flows gracefully by Badrinath town.
  3. The present structure of the Badrinath Temple beautifully showcases the traditional Garhwali wooden architecture.
  4. The temple is believed to have been established by the sage Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century AD.
  5. Badrinath is part of the Panch Badri - Yog Badri, Bhavisya Badri, Adi Badri and Dhyan Badri.
  6. Badrinath is the only shrine which is part of the Char Dham in Uttarakhand as well the Char Dham in India.
  7. Below the temple, there is a natural hot water spring believed to be infused with healing properties.


Gangotri, the sacred source of the Ganges River, is another of the revered Char Dham. Gangotri Temple is a serene abode where devotees offer their prayers to Goddess Ganga.

  1. The Gangotri Dham is located approximately at a height of 3,100 m.
  2. The Bhagirathi River flows in the vicinity of the temple after emerging from Gaumukh.
  3. The temple opens on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya and remains closed in winter due to heavy snowfall.
  4. Goddess Ganga is worshipped in the form of a silver idol in the temple.
  5. “Bhagirath Shila” lies close to the temple which as per folklore is where King Bhagirath prayed to Ganga.
  6. Near the Gangotri Temple is the Jalmanga Temple, which houses a natural Shivalinga submerged in water. The Shivling is only visible in winter when the water recedes.


Yamunotri - the sacred source of River Yamuna is situated in a serene location surrounded by snow-capped peaks and dense forests.

  1. The temple remains open from May to October.
  2. Located close to the Yamuna River, the temple is dedicated to this River Goddess.
  3. From Janki Chatti there is a 3 km trek that takes you to Yamunotri Dham.
  4. Close to the temple lies Surya Kund, where piping hot water emerges from the crevices of the mountains.
  5. People often boil rice and potatoes in the water and offer it to Goddess Yamuna.
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