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Chardham- Himalayan

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Himalaya has always been the abode of the Gods. The Vedas and Upanishads tell us fascinating stories about gods and demons that dwelt here. Ancient literature refers to this region as Badrikashram, Himavat, Tapobhoomi, Devabhoomi and Kedarkhand. Every cave, rivulet, brook and valley is associated with the memory of a sage or saint and fascinating legends. Here, where the individual merges with the microcosm called Chardham. Uttrakhand, long called Devbhoomi belong some of the holiest Hindu shrines for more than thousand years, pilgrims have been visiting the region in the hopes of salvation and purification from sin. Gangotri and Yamunotri, the sources of both the Ganga and Yamuna, fall in the upper reaches of the state and together with Badrinath (dedicated to Vishnu) and Kedarnath (dedicated to Shiva) form the Char Dham of Uttrakhand, is one of the Hinduism most spiritually auspicious pilgrimage circuits. More than a hundred years ago in 1891, Swami Vivekananda wandered in these hills as a pilgrim.

Inclusions

  • Accommodation in respective hotels on respective sharing basis.

  • Welcome Refreshment at assembly point.

  • 10 Breakfast & 10 Dinners Lunch points will be coordinated on Direct Payment basis.

  • Pick up & Departure from a pre decided point.

  • A/C Transport with all road taxes, Driver allowance, permit, state taxes, parking & night halt. Charges (A/C will switch off during hill drives)

  • 01 liter mineral water per person per day.

  • Insurance cover of Rs. 2 Lakh per person

  • . Yatra Briefing at Haridwar.

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Itinerary

Start the blissful journey of Himalayan Chardham, to the abode of God called Uttrakhand, The journey begins with 210 Km drive to one of Most Scared city of Hindu Haridwar ( Earstwhile known as Mayapuri) The land of Daksh Prajapati now also known as Patanjali ayurveda and Baba Ramdev Ashram. The most desired activity of the day is Ganga Arti at Har- Ki- Pauri. Visit to Mansa Devi and Chandi Devi,Kankhal are the major attraction in the city,The guest should do the purchase of emergency medicine and warm clothing.;

The Hill ride begins from day two, with morning Bath at Ganga Ghat, for Yamonotri, Via Rishikesh, Mussorie,Kempty fall, Yamuna Bridge, and drive along Crystal green Yamuna River, De-routing to Lakhamandal known for its Shivling and remains of Pandva Days temple in ruins, Reach Barkot or Janki chatti for Overnight stay, The most crucial is time management as to get vehicle permit for hill, and crossing crowded Mussorie, failure in time could lead to bad beggining of the long spritual tour. The day is very important as pilgrim has to trek for 10 Km to and fro to reach Yamunotri temple, This is the place you reach closest to One of the largest Glaciar of the world and and take darshan at Yamunotri Temple, Hot spring near the temple is major point of attraction. Poney and palki is available here for aged people reaching early at trekking point is advisable ;

Now its time to move to another dham yamunotri the journey of 160 Km from Jaknichatti to Uttarkashi one of District headquarter of uttrakhand. The city is famous for kasi Vishnath temple, Temple visit is must do for the guest for smooth journey of Chardham.;

This is day of most scenic drive of Chardham crossing through the famous Harshil, Bhatwari and Mukhwa, Harshil can easily be rated as most beautiful place in world, The pilgrim pays visit to Ganga temple and Return to city of uttarkashi, The Pilgrim should start early to get full use of Scenic beauty, and get enough rest for further journey. The travel is of 200 Km.;

This is the day of longest and tiring journey of 298 KM via tehri dam, Rudraprayag, Guptkashi, The guest should start on schduled time to reach early as after Guptkashi, Traffic is another problem for pilgrims.;

Now the journey to Abode of Lord Shiva in Kedarkhand begins in Rudraprayag district, we have more than 1000+ temples Panch Prayag and Ukhimath alongwith triyginarayan are famous one. Here TWO options are available to visit kedarnath, By Helicopeter, Or Trek of 14 KM which can be covered by Poney or palki as well. This is toughest portion as Journey fatique statrts to set in long trek, Heli services are subject to weather, High Altitude, lack of Oxigen, Darshan od lord Shiva takes all pains of devotee. If Travelling by helicopter one can return samed day or next day. Early morning Abhishek is most importtnt ritual for devotee.;

Now the last leg of tour begins, pilgrim can have visit to Ukhimath, Chopta( 180* of Himalaya View) and Cross through kedar Sanctuary known for Musk Deer, other important sites on this route are Deoriya Tal ( 12 Km Trek ) Tungnath ( 6 Km Trek) Joshimath Shankarcharya mutt and Narsingh Mamdir, You cross Pandukeshwar to visit yog Badri one o Panch Badri ( King Pandu did meditation here) and Govindghat Startting point for Valley of Flower and Hemkunt Sahib. Timing is key as gate and Convoy system is there so its better to start early.;

The Day is for Darshan of Badrinath, One of Chardham, here its believed that Soul is meeting Super Soul, and meditation here is most rewarding, Visit to mana village, Vyas gufa,Ganesh Gufa, Mata Murti are important points to visit. Most important bath in hot Spring is must do for pilgrim, Badrinath is known for pind daan to ancestors at Brahm kapal, Morning Abhishek to Sayan Arti many Special darshan options are available to devotee alongwith General Darshan. Afternoon Proceed on Return Journey after blisfull yatra ;

The day is for last leg of journey from Birahi to Rishikesh Via Karnprayag, Rudraprayag, Deo Prayag to Rishikesh, Rishikesh is known for its Yoga ashrams, Ganga Ghat and Ganga Arti at parmarth Niketan one of the experiences;

The Day is for Onward journey to Home via Delhi, with lot of blessings.;

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