Chardham Opening Date :
Yamunotri - 18th April 2018 (Tentative), Gangotri - 18th April 2018 (Tentative), Kedarnath -29th April 2018, Badrinath 30th April 2018
The Char Dham is the most important Hindu pilgrimage circuit in the Indian Himalayas. Located in the Garhwal section of the state of Uttarakhand (formerly the northwestern section of Uttar Pradesh), the circuit consists of four sites. Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. While each site is unique in its own fashion, inclusion in the Char Dham has, over time, caused them to be viewed together in popular imagination and actual pilgrimage practice.
Nestling in lofty, snowy GARHWAL HIMALAYAS peaks are the four most pious pilgrimages of India- Sri Kedarnath, Sri Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri, collectively called the Char Dham. The region (Uttarakhand) is referred as the land of the Gods in the epic and Puranas.
Char Dham are the four seats of God in four directions of India- BADRINATH is the North, RAMESWARAM in south, DWARKA in the west and PURI is the east. They were collated by the 8 th centurys Philosopher and reformer ADI SHANKRACHARYA.
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