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Char Dham Yatra consists of four holy pilgrimage sites namely Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These are one of the most visited pilgrimage sites by devout Hindus.
Gangotri Dham: It is thought that Gangotri, one of the main four Dhams is the source and seat of the River Ganga, hence, the origin of the name Gangotri. The Gangotri temple was built by the Gurkha general Amar Singh Thapa on the banks of the river Bhagirathi. The origins of the holy Bhagirathi River that later acquires the name “Ganga” (Ganges) is located at Gaumukh near the Gangotri Glacier at a 19 km trek from Gangotri itself.
Yamunotri Dham: The Yamunotri Dham is usually the first leg of the yatra located about 4500 meters above sea level in Garhwal Himalayas close to the Chinese border in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand state.
It is here that the river Yamuna starts to flow and there is a temple dedicated to worship the goddess the Yamuna called the Yamunotri temple.
Kedarnath Dham: The temple at Kedarnath is considered as one of the holiest of all Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, the destroyer or transformer of the Hindi trinity of gods who is often depicted consuming intoxicant such as “som” or bhang. “Kedar” is another name of Lord Shiva, the protector and the destroyer who has manifested in many forms.
Badrinath Dham: The Badrinath Dham located along the Alaknanda River in the hilly town of Badrinath in Uttarakhand state is the last leg of the Chardham yatra. The Badrinath temple is also known as Badrinarayan temple was established by Adi Shankara who found the Badrinarayan idol in the Alakananda River.