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Delhi, 4th June 2013: Chardham is one of holiest shrines of Hindus located in the higher altitudes of pristine Himalayas. Temple town Haridwar, its sister city Rishikesh and hill station Dehradoon are known as
The holy Yatra of Char Dham has been officially commenced on 13th May 2013. On 13th May the sacred shrines of Yamunotri and Gangotri opened while on 14th and 16th May other two holy shrines Kedarnath and Badrinath will be opened respectively.
India-CharDhamYatra proffers the tour packages of Char Dham perched in the Garhwal Himalayas. Every year large number of Hindu pilgrims seeks for the blessing of deities located in the remoteness of Himalayas. Many wants to make it to these
The Chardham Yatra 2013 is due to begin within a month. Several lakhs of pilgrim travelers will join the great caravan which heads for Garhwal Himalayas for the darshan
Chardham or the Four Abodes of God comprises Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri respectively, The Chardham yatra is the term used to symbolize the holy pilgrimage to the religious places as undertaken by the Hindus every year.
Do Dham Yatra comprises Badrinath Kedarnath tour and Yamnotri Gangotri tour. The yatra has spiritual and religious importance The Badrinath Kedarnath Temple tour expands over eight Days and begins from New Delhi and going further to Haridwar,
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' and BJP National President Nitin Gadkari today inaugurated Nirmal Gangotri Mega Tourism Circuit Scheme at Gangotri and stressed upon the need for local populace and the private sector
The Hindu philosophy of life is, when a man attains salvation or mukti, only then he is able to release himself from the repeated cycle of lives and death or reincarnations. It is believed that to come out of this whirlpool of life the best way is
Chardham situated in the garhwal region of uttrakhand . They are four divine home of almighty and according to hindu religion it’s a best way to get salvation and chance to say thanks to
For the first time, the government has asked the pilgrims to take a minimum of 10 days to visit all the four shrines -- Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri in the Garhwal Himalayas. For yatra to these three shrines, the minimum period is 8