Badrinath is all things spiritual and beautiful. Owning its name from the Badrinath temple, as you make your way to this town, you will be joined by a number of pilgrims. Badrinath is settled in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Uttarakhand which marks the end of the Chota Char Dham. The town dons over North India and later connects devotees to the other pious sites of the Char Dham Yatrain India namely Dwarka, Puri, and Rameswaram. Choose from our specially crafted Badrinath tour packages and let us make your spiritually enlightening experience blissful.
Taking a leap in the history of the town, it was Adi Shankara who re-established Badrinath as a pious pilgrimage site in the 7th century. The town lies between the Nar and Narayan mountains and watches the Alaknanda River flow along. Pilgrims, mostly Vaishnavites plan a trip to Badrinath to visit the holy shrine which is one of the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped here as Badrinath. Legend has it, that Adi Shankara found a black stone image made of Saligram stone in the Alaknanda River resembling Lord Badrinarayan. The saint enshrined the stone in a cave close to the Tapt Kund (thermal spring). With the coming of the 16th century, the idol was moved to the present temple by the King of Garhwal.
Furthermore, as per the Visnu Purana, Badrinath is one of the Panch Badris and is known as Badri Vishal. The place is also referred to as Badrika Ashram, the place where Lord Vishnu meditated and his consort, Lakshmi sheltered him in the form of Badri tree. Browse through our Badrinath travel guide that gives you all the insights about the sacred town and temple.
Some of the attractions of Badrinath Dham include Tapt Kund, Neelkanth Peak, Brahma Kapal, Mata Murti Mandir, Sheshnetra, and Charanpaduka. Besides, the town is also famous for its surrounding serenity which travelers enjoy by trekking, visiting Hemkund Sahib and Vasudhara Waterfall. The serene bliss, diving blessings and the promise of
Our Badrinath holiday packages take care of your comfort while your mind and soul dips itself in worship. They can also be customized in case you wish to add or miss out on some things.
The Badrinath Yatra 2019 will commence from May and the doors close somewhere around the third week of November. The tentative dates are the 10th of May, while the closing dates are on the 20th November.