Badrinath Dham, Uttarakhand

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Dedicated to Lord Vishnu and perched at an elevation of 3,133 metres Badrinath temple is a crucial part of the chota char dham yatra. The temple is one of the 108 Divya Desams, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu making it an extremely pious site for Vaishnavites. The presiding deity is of Lord Vishnu in black stone standing at a height of 1 metre. It is believed that the available statue of Badrinarayan is one of the eight self-manifested statues in India attracting pilgrims and devotees from various schools of Hinduism. As per some accounts, it was Adi Shankaracharya who had converted this Buddhist structure into a temple in the 8th century.

There are numerous legends and myths surrounding the construction of this temple. One of these legends states that after being chastised by a sage, Lord Vishnu went to Badrinath in order to perform austerity and deep meditation, for a long duration of time in the yogic position of Padmasana. The Vishnu idol present inside the temple is in the form of a Padmasana depicting the manner in which Lord Vishnu was meditating. Badrinath is also the perfect destination for adventure and thrill seekers as well with snow covered trekking paths and a breathtaking view of the valley.

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