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In Uttarakhand, there are four sacred temples dedicated to the Hindu gods and sacred rivers of India. The Garhwal region is home to the four shrines. The "Char Dhaam of Uttarakhand" is a collective term for these three. "Char Dhaam Yatra" attracts devotees from all across India and the world. Throughout Hinduism, the Char Dhaam Yatra is regarded as sacred and revered. Char Dhaam Yatra is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage that is supposed to be completed at least once in a person's lifetime.

The Char Dhaam Yatra of Uttarakhand traditionally begins in Haridwar and Rishikesh. In the plains, both cities are easily accessible through road and train from other Indian cities, including New Delhi. Dehradun, which has an airport, is also accessible by road. As a result, Piligrims can fly to Dehradun from Delhi and other Indian cities and then take a road trip to Haridwar and Rishikesh.


The Shrine of Yamunotri at the starting place of river Yamuna. On top is a flank of Bandar Poonch peak

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Gangotri is one of the beginning sources of Holy River Ganga (Ganges), and one of the important Char

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Shri Kedarnath Dham

There are more than 200 shrines devoted to Lord Shiva in Chamoli region of Uttarakhand itself, the most...

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Shri Badrinath Dham

The main access gate of Badrinath temple is colorful and magnificent popularly known as Singhdwar.

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Dham Name Dedicated To Elevation Opening Date Closing Date Accessibility
Yamunotri Dhaam River Yamuna 3293 meters - - From Haridwar or Rishikesh, Piligrims have to first arrive at Janaki Chatti by Road travel 226 Km. From Janaki Chatti, Piligrims can reach Yamunotri by Pony and trek 06 Km.
Gangotri Dhaam River Ganga 3415 meters - - From Haridwar or Rishikesh, Piligrims can reach Gangotri totally by Road travel 288 Km. However, to reach Gaumukh (Source of River Ganges), Piligrims have to travel by trek 19 Km
Shri Kedarnath Dhaam Lord Shiva ( Jyotirlinga ) 3580 meters - - From Rishikesh, Piligrims have to first reach Sonparyag by Road journey 231 Km. from Sonparyag Piligrims can travel to Kedarnath Trek 16 Km from Garuikund , Other option (1) Helicopter (2) Pony.
Shri Badrinath Dhaam Lord Vishnu 3300 meters - - From Haridwar or Rishikesh, Piligrims can reach Badrinath totally by Road travel 315 Km.


Haridwar is considered a holy site for Hindus, hosting important religious events and providing entry for pilgrims. Har ki Pauri (absolutely, "the footprints of the Lord"), located in the Brahma Kund , the place where the nectar fell, is considered to be the holiest ghat of Haridwar, according to scriptures bathing in Har ki Pauri removes all sins , and the place is also famous for the Ganga Aarti which takes place daily and throughout the year.


It is a small town in the foothills of the Himalayas on the banks of the Ganges River in the northern state of Uttarakhand India. And the city is famous as the heart for the study of yoga and meditation, all tourists must come here to see the famous and divine Ganga Aarti in Parmarth Niketan, there is a many temple and ashram (spiritual study center) around Swargashram, this area famous for traffic free, alcohol free and vegetarian food, Apart from this, you can enjoy river rafting, camping, waterfall here, in Swargashram area, you will find hotel ashram in every budget, and free accommodation is provided by Geeta Bhavan Ashram