Badrinath Dham
Badrinath Dham

Badrinath Dham is one of the most popular destinations located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand in India. It is an elevation of 10,827 feet above sea level on the bank of Alaknanda River. Badrinath Dham is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is also the only shrine which is the part of Chota Char Dham and India Chardham.

Badrinath temple is also a land full of legends and tales. The places near Badrinath are mentioned in the Mahabharata. The Pandavas passed through the nearby places of Badrinath on their way to Swarga (Heaven). Uttarakhand makes an incredible religious tourist destination in India. Badrinath Dham is in the Garhwal hills, on the banks of Alaknanda River. If you are seeking a trip in Uttarakhand that can greatly fill you with the feeling of divinity then Badrinath yatra is the right destination to head to.

Badrinath Temple is located between the two mountains Nar and Narayan. It is one of the four pilgrimage centers in four corners of India. First is Badrinath Temple in the North, Rameshwaram in South, Dwarkapuri in West and Jagatnathpuri in East. Lakhs of devotees come every year to this holy shrine Badrinath Dham. This holy shrine is also absolutely an ideal place to soak in the spirituality and holiness.

Badrinath Temperature

The maximum temperature of the Badrinath Dham in May- June will be 15 degree Celsius to  16 degree Celsius

Badrinath temperature in July- August:  17  degrees Celsius.

The temperature in September – October:  -3  to +10 degrees Celsius.

 

Badrinath Weather

Endless gorgeous landscapes, breezy cool weather, and lush greenery all around that offer colorful experience in Himalaya. The maximum temperature of the Badrinath Dham in summers will be 16-degree celsius. Badrinath is a holy town in the Chamoli District in the state of Uttarakhand, India. The Badrinath Dham is also the most important Dham of all the Char Dham Yatra.

 

Best Time to visit Badrinath Dham

The best time to visit Badrinath Dham is May, June, July, August, September, and October. May- June, September- October is the ideal time for capturing the beautiful view and avoiding Monsoon season. The weather is wonderful in this month with the fantastic beauty of the Himalaya.

Badrinath Dham is in the lap of Uttarakhand Himalaya. This holy shrine is pack with lush greenery, fresh aura and the majestic mountain peaks around. From this place, devotees can also see the beautiful view of the surroundings and also the nearby places.

Best Places to visit near Badrinath Dham

  • Mana Village: Mana is the last Indian town near the Indi Tibetan Border. It is in the district of Chamoli in Uttarakhand and is at the distance of about 3km from Badrinath Dham.

 

  • Vasudhara fall: The Vasudhara Fall is one of the highest falls in Uttarakhand. This fall is near Badrinath Dham and also offers you a spectacular view of the mountains where the waterfalls from the height of around 450 feet.

 

  • Bheem Pul: The natural stone bridge, named “Bheel Pul” is a rock bridge created by Bheem to make way for his beloved wife Droupadi to cross the Saraswati river. It is near Badrinath Dham.

 

  • Valley of Flowers Trek: It is the best monsoon trek located in Uttarakhand. Valley of Flowers is Indian National Park and is also know for its meadows of endemic alpine. It is home to many celebrated flowers like Brahmakamal, blue poppy. It is also the most popular destination for botanists and nature lovers.

 

  • Pandukeshwar: It is a small hamlet in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This is around 25 km from Badrinath. There is a temple in the village dedicated to King Pandu. It is also said that the 5 sons of Pandu born in this place.

 

  • Tapta Kund: This kund is on the bank of river Alaknanda. The normal water temperature of the kund is 55 degrees Celsius. Tapta Kund considered to be medicinal, many pilgrims consider it a requirement to bath in spring before visiting the temple.

 

  • Hemkund Saheb: It is nestled amidst snowy mountain peaks of Garhwal Himalayas. Shri Hemkund Saheb Gurudwara is a pilgrimage site and is also the best religious place to visit near Badrinath Dham.

 

  • Narsingh Devta Temple:

    This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and visited by numerous devotees every year. The temple is surround by the majestic mountain peaks of Uttarakhand Himalaya. Narsingh temple located in Joshimath. It is a popular temple in Joshimath and also know as Narsingh Badri Temple.

 

  • Ganesh Gufa: It is an epic in itself and draws the attention of many travelers. Ganesh Gufa is a place where Lord Ganesha wrote Mahabharat. It is one of the most visited places near Badrinath temple.

 

  • Bhavishaya Badri: This is one of the Panch Badri Temple, many trekkers attract to Bhavishya Badri from the amazing Tapovan trekking trail. According to the legends, Badrinath will transfer his seat to Bhvishya Badri after Kalyug.

 

  • Vyas Gufa: This is an ancient cave lies on the banks of the Saraswati river in the Mana village near Badrinath temple. Trekkers can the confluence of the Saraswati and Alaknanda river near Vyas Gufa. This place is also know as Keshav Gufa.

 

  • Pangarchulla Peak Trek: Trekking in Uttarakhand Himalayas offers the incredible trekking route that paradise on earth. It is amongst popular trekking destinations in Uttarakhand near Badrinath Dham.

 

  • Kuari Pass Trek: It is a major tourist destination of the Uttarakhand trekking trail. This trek offers mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks like Hathi Ghori Parvat, Kamet, Neelkant, Mana and Dunagiri peaks.

 

  • Joshimath: it is a small hamlet and the best adventure trip destination in Uttarakhand. This place serves as a base camp for several Himalayan trekking like Valley of Flowers trek, Kuari Pass Trek, Pangarchulla Trek, and expeditions.

 

  • Satopanth Tal Trek: It is located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand and 22 km from Badrinath Temple. It is located in the midst of snow-capped peaks and at an elevation of 4600 meters above sea level.

 

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