Chardham Yatra from Mumbai 2020

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Char Dham Yatra is akin to a spiritual adventure. Its spiritual nature needs no further connotation as the pilgrimage trail takes one’s mortal self to encounter the Divine’s resplendent forms strewn across Garhwal Himalayas, while the perilous treks that await one to reach some of its shrine renders it ‘adventurous’. This doesn’t deter the thousands that embark upon the pilgrimage trail every pilgrimage season, after all when one sincerely offers the trip to the Divine, there is no need to worry over the outcome!

Chardham Yatra from Mumbai itinerary of ours will take you, along the course of 13 action-filled spiritually ardent days and 12 serene nights, across not just Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath, but also a multitude of other spiritually potent sites revered for the intense spiritual grace they offer to a devout heart and also a host of tourist destinations whose scenic beauty no description can do justice to.

What are we waiting for? Let us now move onto elucidate all that our intricately prepared itinerary for Chardham Yatra from Mumbai has.

Tour Name : 13 Days Chardham Yatra From Mumbai

Tour Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Mumbai – Delhi – Haridwar – Barkot – Yamunotri – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Guptkashi – Kedarnath – Pipalkoti – Badrinath – Srinagar – Rishikesh

Tour Price : 27,900/-

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Day 01: Mumbai – Delhi

Alight on the flight from Mumbai to Delhi. Alternatively, one can reach Delhi via train too. We will gladly welcome you to dil walon ka shehar, the very Dilli aka Delhi at the Airport/Railway station. You will be ushered into the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02: Delhi – Haridwar (230 Km/6 hr)

Har Ki PauriIt is on the second day that Chardham Yatra from Mumbai schedule begins its journey towards CharDham shrines. After a delightful breakfast, we will drive towards Haridwar. As per some, Haridwar is the gateway to Hari while others consider it as the gateway to Har (lord Shiva). Well, one thing is undebatable, everything in this Sapt Puri reeks of a certain spiritual essence. In fact, the pilgrimage town contains five pilgrimage shrines (panch tirth) within its geographical boundaries. Its major attraction is the holy river Ganga revered by millions of Indians as the holy Mother who washes away everyone’ sins. Do not forget to take the holy dip at ‘Har ki Pauri’ and enjoy its blissful aarti at dusk. One can even enjoy a quick darshan of Mansi Devi and Chandi Devi at their respective temples perched upon adjacent peaks using cable ropeway/udan khatola.

Day 03: Haridwar – Barkot (215 km 7 hrs)

We will begin an early trip to Barkot. The meandering trails would take you through the famous hills stations of Dehradun and Mussoorie. And you definitely cannot afford to be mesmerized by the enchanting beauty of Kempty falls that falls along the path in Mussoorie. Once you arrive at Barkot, let the day unwind in peace at the reserved hotel.

Day 04: Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot ( 42 km drive /6 km trek)

Yamunotri 2We will leave towards Janki Chatti crossing Hanuman Chatti and Phool Chatti on the way. The uphill 6 km trek to Yamunotri shrine begins from Janki Chatti. Once you are in Yamunotri, get the Prasad boiled in the hot waters of Surya Kund, wash your fatigue away at the tepid waters of Gauri Kund and perform Pooja at the shrine. Begin your return trek towards Jankichatti by afternoon so as to reach Janki chatty before it gets dark. Our driver will meet you downhill and shift you back to the hotel in Barkot.

Hanuman Chatti:

This is where River Yamuna merges with Hanuman Ganga.

Yamunotri:

Its historical dates go back to the nineteenth century and Jaipur’s Maharani Gularia is credited with its construction. The temple has been ravaged and rebuilt many a time, owing to the frequent occurrence of floods and landslides in the region.

Surya Kund:

Named after the father of River Yamuna, Sun God Surya Himself, the water at the spring is so hot that cooking potatoes and rice in it is considered an auspicious ritual.

Divya Shila:

A revered pillar of rock one is supposed to pray before one enters the Yamunotri shrine.

Day 05: Barkot – Uttarkashi (Drive 82 km, 4 hours)

We will leave for Uttarkashi, Kashi of the North, early in the morning. We will have you visit Prakateswar Cave on the route. Upon arrival at Uttarkashi, you will be checked in to the hotel. Do not forget to visit Viswanath Temple in the evening. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Uttarkashi:

This beautiful town is located on the banks of Bhagirathi river. While here, pay obeisance at Kashi Viswanath Temple and the neighboring Shakti temple which worships a gigantic trident as the embodiment of Maa Herself. Uttarkashi acts as one’s base camp to move towards Gangotri shrine.

Day 06: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi (100 km one way, 2.5 hrs)

Gangotri 5We will begin our drive towards Gangotri early in the morning. The river’s major tributary Bhagirathi originates from this region. Pay obeisance to Maa Ganga at her sacred shrine near her actual geographical origin, and let our driver drive you back to Uttarkashi where you rest and rejuvenate at the Hotel.

Day 07: Uttarkashi – Guptkashi (223 km drive, 9-10 hrs)

Our driver will drive you to Guptkashi, halting at the very famous Tehri Dam in between. On arrival at Gupt kasha, one may check in to the hotel. But ohh yes!!! One should pay visit to the famous temples in the region during the evening – Ardh Nariswar Temple, Kashi Viswanath Temple.

Guptakashi:

The beautiful town of Guptkashi is situated along the banks of Mandakini River. Its majestic Chaukhamba peak is a major tourist attraction. Guptkashi houses its famous Viswanath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Ardhanariswar Temple devoted to Ardhnariswar, androgynous form of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

Day 08: Guptakashi – Kedarnath (32 km drive, 14 km trek)

Kedarnath 5We will drive early to Gaurikund. It is from Gaurikund that the trek towards Kedarnath begins. May Lord Shiva’s grace ease the perils of the uphill 14 km trek. One can also hire pony/palki to make it easier. Once you are at the temple, enjoy the blissful darshan of Shri Kedarnath. We are sure the spiritual rejuvenation you experience at the temple will be worth it. Trek down to Gaurikund, where our driver will duly take you back to the hotel.

Kedarnath:

The historical roots of the temple have been traced to ethe ighth century and its enshrinement is credited to Adi Shankaracharya. It is said that Lord Shiva has promised to dwell in its jyotirlinga eternally as the ‘Lord of Kedar Khand’.

Day 09: Gaurikund – Pipalkoti (about 145 km drive)

We will leave towards Pipalkoti and stay in at the reserved hotel for overnight stay.

Pipalkoti:

The beautiful town of Pipalkoti is the ideal place for rejuvenation before one move towards Lord Badrinarayan’s darshan. In fact, the town acts an ideal stopover for tourists treading towards vthe alley of flowers and Hemkund sahib. Enjoy its green mountains and enchanting snow cald mountains.

Day 10: Pipalkoti – Badrinath (72 km)

Badrinath 9We will leave early to perform pooja at Badrinath Temple. On the route, enjoy darshan of Narsingh Temple and Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi at Joshimath. Badrinath has so much to offer apart from its central temple. These include Vyas Gufa, Bheem Pul, and River Saraswati. Enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.

Tapt Kund:

Devotees bathe at this natural hot water spring along the banks of Alaknanda River before they visit the abode of Lord Badrinarayan.

Narad Kund:

It is believed that the present idol of Lord Badrinarayan was procured by Adi Shankaracharya at this very pool.

Mata Murthy Temple:

This temple is devoted to Sri Badranarayan’s Mother.

Bhim Pul:

Legends cite that Bhim placed this huge boulder across River Saraswati’s mighty stream to assist in Draupadi to cross it over.

Vyas Gufa:

This is the cave in which Ved Vyas is believed to have penned down Mahabharata.

Mana village:

This village is known as the last Indian village before one enters Tibetan territory. In fact, Vyas gufa and Bhim Pul are located inside the village.

Day 11: Badrinath – Srinagar (180 Km)

Enjoy the bliss of Badrinarayan’s darshan once more. We will be driven to Rudraprayag enjoying the views of Joshimath, Karanprayag and Chamoli. Check into the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 12: Srinagar – Rishikesh (135 km, 7 hrs)

On the twelfth day, we will drive to Rishikesh. We will definitely have you soak in the magic of the confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi in Devprayag. After all, this is the site from which the River becomes Ganga. After arrival at Rishikesh, you will be ushered into the hotel.

Rishikesh:

The city of Rishikesh is at a distance of 24 km from Haridwar. The city is magical with Ganga flowing across it and majestic Himalayan peaks engulfing it on all sides. It is called as ‘yoga capital of the world’. The place has been sought by seers and saints throughout history as their ideal seat to engage in meditation.

Day 13: Rishikesh – Haridwar – Delhi – Mumbai (230 km/7 hr)

On the final day, you will you driven back to Delhi. After having enjoyed a spiritually fruitful and rejuvenating trip, our hearts would be full and minds serene. We would part ways with you in Delhi, grateful for your having chosen us to lead you in this beautiful spiritual adventure. Char Dham Yatra from Mumbai that began thirteen days ago culminates with us boarding you on the train/flight to Mumbai.

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