Madhyamaheshwar to Open their Doors on 21st and Tungnath on 2nd of May

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Included in the Panch Kedar as the second Kedar Maheshwar will open their doors on 21st May and the third Kedar Tungnath on 2nd May, for the devotees and pilgrims to offer their prayers. At the same time, located in Kedarnath Dham Gaurikund, Gauri temple has opened their doors on the eve of Baisakh Sankranti for the devotees.

Madhyamaheshwar Temple - Panch Kedar

During the holy time of Baisakhi, Madhyamaheshwar and Tungnath Dham have selected an auspicious time for throwing their doors open. The opening ceremony will take place on 21st May. After the doors close for the season during winter times, Madhyamaheshwar (a face of Lord Shiva) is worshipped in Ukhimath. According to some sources, on 18th May Lord Madhyamaheshwar, the Lord’s palanquin will be worshipped and offerings will be made, after which in 19th May it will be taken to Ukhimath.

After a stopover at Ransi and Gaundar, the lord’s palanquin will reach Ukhimath on 21st May, there at 11:30 am after completion of the rituals, the doors will be thrown open for all the devotees and pilgrims.

Madhyamaheshwar mandir is situated at a height of 3,290 meters in the district of Rudraprayag. In order to reach this temple, one needs to make a journey of 23 kilometers on foot where the surroundings are covered with thick forests. In the same manner, Tungnath Mandir will open its doors wide for the devotees and pilgrims on 2nd May.

It is expected that the Kedarnath yatra will kick-start this year on 29th April. Today morning, the residents of Gauri gaon transported the gaurmaai palanquin to the Gaurikund mandir where post the rituals and prayers, the gates were opened up for the general crowd and devotees.

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