Chardham Yatra Tour Package from Bengaluru

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Thinking of how to embark on Chardham Yatra from Bangalore? Well, our comprehensive tour itinerary for Char Dham Yatra from Bangalore includes not just Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri and a multitude of other sacred shrines that falls en route but also encompasses a host of other aesthetic wonders Himalayan topography offers. Be it exploration of Mana village, Kempty falls of Mussoorie, sightseeing of Rishikesh and the glorious witnessing of the Panch Prayag (five confluences of Rivers), we are committed to make the given 13 days and 12 nights of your life its most beautiful days.

Tour Name : 13 Days Chardham Yatra From Bangalore

Tour Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Bangalore – Delhi – Rishikesh – Barkot – Yamunotri – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Sitapur – Kedarnath – Pipalkoti – Joshimath – Badrinath – Srinagar – Haridwar

Tour Price : 27,900/-

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Day 01: Banglore – Delhi (train/flight)

Let us begin our Char dham Yatra from Bangalore by boarding on the train/flight of your choice to Delhi by evoking the grace of Lord Vigneswar to remove obstacles.

Day 02: Delhi – Rishikesh (230 km /7 hours)
Rishikesh Trip
Welcome to India’s capital! Our representative will greet you at the station. We will leave for Rishikesh in the night at around 10.00 pm. Overnight journey.

Day 03: Rishikesh – Barkot (200 km /7 hours)

The third morning on the pilgrimage course will have you at Rishikesh. After all, this is the ‘gateway to Garhwal Himalayas’! We have left half the day open for sightseeing in Rishikesh. Ram Jhoola, Laxman Jhoola, Geeta Ashram, Swarg Ashram etc are some sites that attract most tourist attention in this sacred city. The city reverberates with the spiritual vibrations of thousands that seek it out as their ideal ground to delve deeper into their meditative and yogic practice. The hundreds of ashrams catering to study nad mastery of yoga has earned the name of ‘yogic capital of the world’ to Rishikesh.

After lunch, we will drive towards Barkot. We will let you soak in the beauty of Kempty falls of Mussoorie on the route. Later you will be ushered into the hotel at Barkot for overnight stay.

Day 04: Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot (45 km road/ 6 km Trek)
Yamunotri 3
We will leave from the accommodation at Barkot towards Jankichatti quite early in the morning. It is from Jankichatti that one has to ascend till the shrine on one’s own, or by hiring a pony/doli. You cannot miss the ritual of preparing cooked potatoes and rice as Prasadam in the boiling water of Surya kund, a natural hot-water spring near the Yamunotri temple. Also, one take one’s holy dip in Yamuna’s chilly water if one dares to! Offer pooja before the rock pillar of ‘Divya Shila’. After procuring the blessings of Goddess Yamuna, we will trek down till Janki Chatti. Our driver will drive you back to the hotel in Barkot. Rest and rewind in its cozy atmosphere.

Hiring a pony would cost you 1000-1500 Rs per person, while hiring a pony costs 3000-5000 Rs per person.

Yamunotri Temple: The construction of the beautiful temple of Yamuna Devi is credited to Maharani Gularia of Jaipur (19th century). Due to its construction on a sensitive zone, the temple had to endure many natural calamities leading to its destruction and subsequent reconstruction.

Surya Kund: Of the many hot water springs near the sacred shrine, Surya Kund is the most revered. The thermal spring is named after Lord Surya, father of River Yamuna.

Divya Shila: As per temple mythology, this is the site from which River Yamuna initially sprung forth.

Day 05: Barkot – Uttarkashi (90 km/4 hr)

After enjoying your delicious breakfast at the hotel, we will drive you to Uttarkashi. Prakateswar Mahadev, the famous cave temple of Shiva falls on the route. After having His darshan at the cave temple, we will again encounter another Shiva temple, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, in the city of Uttarkashi. We will have you stay overnight at the hotel in the city.

Uttarkashi: This ‘Kashi of the North’ is nestled along the banks of the holy river Bhagirathi, the primary tributary of Ganges. It is said that Lord Shiva resided in the city. Other than the aforementioned Kashi Vishwanath Temple, the city also houses a famous Shakti temple which is situated just opposite to the Shiva temple. Its massive iron trident is such a matter of fascination. In fact the Trishul itself is considered to be an embodiment of Shakti herself.

Day 06: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi (100 km /4 hr)
Gangotri 5
Leave towards Gangotri early in the morning. The drive will take you along the magnificent views of Bhagirathi’s course and Himalayan peaks. One can join the many who dare to take a dip in the holy waters of Bhagirathi in spite of its temperature being icy cold. Enjoy the blissful darshan of Ganga Maiya at her shrine. There are also idols of Lord Shiva, Ganesha and King Bharadwaj in its compound. Our driver will fetch you back to the hotel in Uttarkashi.

Harsil: This gem of a Himalayan hill station is replete with dense forests, multitudes of colourful birds, apple orchards and a hundred other wonders in its green hamlet. Bhagirathi river flows peacefully across its terrain.

Gangotri Temple: This temple devoted to Maa Ganga was built by General Amar Singh Thapa in the eighteenth century. It is quite near the geographical origin of the river at Gaumukh glacier, which is a 19 km trek ahead from the temple.

Day 07: Uttarkashi – Sitapur (280 km / 11 hr)

On the seventh day, we will drive towards Sitapur which will act as our base-camp for treading towards Kedarnath shrine. Upon reaching the hotel in Sitapur, take adequate rest and prepare oneself for the trek ahead on the following day towards Kedarnath shrine.

Day 08: Sitapur – Kedarnath – Sitapur (19 km trek/6 hrs)
kedarnath opening ceremony
Our driver will graciously drop you at Sonprayag. The perilous trek towards Kedarnath shrine begins at Sonprayag. One can hire a pony/doli to assist in one’s ascension. Also, there is provision for helicopter services to take you till the shrine, which one can consider at your own cost. It is important that you carry your personal medication, toiletries, sufficient warm woolen etc before one starts on the trek. Enjoy your wonderful darshan of Lord Kedarnath and return to Sitapur to rest at the hotel.

Kedarnath: What can one say of the glories of Kedarnath shrine where Lord Shiva has promised to dwell for eternity in its Jyotirlingam? While Shivlingam as the sacred manifestation of Lord Shiva is supremely revered, jyotirlingam as the corporeal embodiment of Shiva’s fiery light is considered even holier. There are twelve jyotirlingas across India which are enumerated in the Dwadash stotra, as per which paying visit to the jyotirlinga relieves a sincere devotee of their karmic debt and enjoys the rightful fruition of their destined wishes. Kedarnath also forms an integral part of Panch Kedar, the other temples in the cluster are at Madhmaheswar, Kapaleswar, Tungnath and Rudranath.

Helicopter Charges: Approximately 9,000 Rs per individual.

Day 09: Sitapur – Pipalkoti (120 km/ 6 hr)

After the physical exhaustion causated by the previous day’s difficult trek, one ought to enjoy the following day in leisure. In fact we will depart from the hotel only around the afternoon towards Pipalkoti. Overnight stay at the reserved hotel.

Day 10: Pipalkoti – Joshimath – Badrinath (80 km /4 hr)
Badrinath 9
We will drive towards Badrinath, halting in between at the famous Narsimha Temple of Joshimath and the confluence at Vishnuprayag. Upon reaching Badrinath, we will first explore the Mana village with its Vyas Gufa, Bhim Pul, Ganesha Gufa and Saraswati River. You are free to explore the Badri valley to your heart’s delight after checking in at the hotel. One may proceed to procure blessings of Lord Badrinarayan after taking a holy dip at its revered Tapt Kund. The Brahmakapal situated in the temple vicinity is where rituals for ancestors are conducted.

Badrinath: Badrinath finds itself counted among both the char dhams, the age-old char dham pilgrimage of India initiated by Adi Shankara and also the one nestled in Garhwal Himalayas, referred to as Himalayan Char dham. The peaks of Nar, Narayan and Neelkanth peak form its picturesque background.

Tapt Kund: This natural thermal spring is revered for its medicinal properties. One ought to bathe in its holy water before one enters the sacred premises of the shrine.

Narad Kund: It is at Narad Kund that Guru Shankaracharya is said to have found Badrinarayan idol. It is a depression in the Alaknanda River upon whose banks the temple has been constructed.

Brahma Kapal: This is the revered site at which rituals for one’s departed kith and kin are conducted.

Charan Paduka: The beautiful meadow situated at a distance of 3 km from the sacred shrine is said to bear the footprints of Lord Vishnu.

Mata Murthy Temple: This temple worships the mother of Lord Badrinarayan.

Mana Village: This beautiful, quaint village is famous for its being ‘the last village’ on this side of Indo-Tibetan boundary. Its major attractions include Bhim Pul and Vyas Gufa. It is said that Ved Vyas composed the sacred hymns of Mahabharata in its rock-cave. The boulder that forms a natural bridge across the stupendous flow of River Saraswati is said to have been placed by Bhim, to assist in Draupadi’s crossing of the river.

Day 11: Badrinath – Srinagar (170 km /7 hr)

After enjoying the darshan of Badrinarayan once more early in the morning, we will move to Srinagar (not to be confused with Srinagar of Jammu and Kashmir). The eleventh day of our char dham Yatra from Bangalore will have us halt three Prayag. We did halt at Vishnu prayag in the previous day, while Karnaprayag (confluence of River Pinder and Alakananda), Nandprayag (confluence of Nandakini and Alakananda) and Rudraprayag (confluence of Mandakini and Alaknanda) will be covered on day 11. Also, we will visit Dhari Devi Temple, the abode of Shakti venerated as the guardian of the entire Char Dham, and express our gratitude for her grace that held us safe throughout the journey.

Day 12: Srinagar – Haridwar (132 km /4.5 hours)
Har Ki Pauri
After breakfast, we will start towards Haridwar. We will halt at Devprayag, the final confluence wherein Alakananda meets Bhagirathi to become Ganga. Upon reaching Haridwar, we will take our holy dip in the holy waters of Ganga. One may even consider visiting Manasa Devi Temple. The beautiful Ganga aarti at Har-ki-Pauri is not to be missed. What better than witnessing this holy aarti to wrap up the entire char dham Yatra.

After enjoying your sumptuous dinner, you can depart to Delhi.

Day 13: Arrival Delhi

We will have made a hundred memories by the end of the char dham Yatra from Bangalore. Hopefully, we will leave a little closer to God, to our own inner Truth and to each other’s shared humanness. Thank you for letting us assist you with the trip! We will bid you adieu at the Delhi Station and you may board you train/flight to Char Dham Yatra.

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