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When to Visit Badrinath Temple – Weather & Climate Information
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February 6, 2018February 6, 2018

When to Visit Badrinath Temple – Weather & Climate Information

The best time to visit Badrinath falls either in the pre-monsoon, summer days of April-June or post-monsoon, pre-winter days of September-October. To choose the best for Badrinath Yatra out of these two time-periods, one has to weigh one’s preferences. If you choose to join in the multitude of pilgrims that cluster around Badrinath region to...

Badrinath Puja Rates
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December 12, 2017January 17, 2018

Badrinath Puja Rates

Regardless of philosophy, caste, creed or situation in Shri Badrinath and Sri Kedarnath temple, it is free for all. There is no fee or any other kind of tax for the philosophy. However, if someone wants to show a special pooja/ path/aarti or wants to provide a blog to God, then the following amount should...

How to Reach Badrinath – Badrinath Route Map
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July 6, 2016October 26, 2017

How to Reach Badrinath – Badrinath Route Map

Badrinath is the home of Lord Vishnu and takes its name from the Badri tree. Legend has it that Lord Vishnu meditated here for millenia and Lakshmi Devi sheltered him all the while. It is an important spot on the Vaishnava pilgrimage map of India, being one of the 108 Divya Desams of Vishnu and...

Badrinath Temples in Uttarakhand
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October 22, 2015January 29, 2018

Badrinath Temples in Uttarakhand

Badrinath Location & Temple Architecture Badrinath is one of the 108 Divya Desams of Lord Vishnu and one of the four Char Dhams. Located alongside the holy Alaknanda River in Chamoli in Uttarakhand, Badrinath sits at a height of 3133 metres in the vicinity of Neelkantha Peak. Just below the temple, you will find the...

Badrinath Geography
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October 21, 2015October 26, 2017

Badrinath Geography

Badrinath Dham Geographical Features Badrinath is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand forming part of the Himalayan zone. Chamoli was once part of Garhwal district but gained its own identity in 1960 when it became a separate district. To the North lies Uttarkashi. Almora is in the South East and Pithoragarh is in the South...

Badrinath Dham History and Legends
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October 20, 2015October 26, 2017

Badrinath Dham History and Legends

Badrinath Dham, located in Uttarakhand Chamoli district and along River Alaknanda bank is a much revered religious destination belonging to Lord Badrinarayan who is none other than lord Vishnu. The temple is perched at an elevation of 3133 meters above the sea level. Badrinath Dham is one of the char Dham in the Chota Chardham...

Badrinath Demographics
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October 17, 2015February 5, 2018

Badrinath Demographics

Badrinath is one of the minor and major CharDhams of India yet due to the inhospitable terrain and tough climatic conditions, the population remains sparse. Except of temple tourism there is very little opportunity for earning livelihood and this is one reason why local youth have migrated elsewhere in search of opportunities. Badrinath Demographics In...

Badrinath Festivals
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October 16, 2015January 24, 2018

Badrinath Festivals

It is common for fairs and religious ceremonies to take place at pilgrimage spots and around temples. Mata Murti Ka Mela Badrinath is no different and the most famous festival here is the Mata Murti Ka Mela. This festival commemorates the descent of Ganga Devi to earth. On this day one worships the mother of...

Badrinath Dham Excursions
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October 15, 2015October 27, 2017

Badrinath Dham Excursions

Badrinath is in the heart of pilgrimage country and the landscape is dotted with holy sites that you can visit when you go on a Yatra to this temple. Govindghat and Valley of Flowers Govindghat is the starting point of the trek to Hemkund Sahib and the Valley of Flowers. Do not miss this on...

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