Char Dham is a holy pilgrimage tour in Uttarakhand. Millions of pilgrims take this tour every year. Many Hindu devotes enjoy this grand tour and you should take it too. Four places compose this grand tour of Char Dham Yatra. Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath are those four places respectively. This tour can grant you ‘moksha’ or salvation throughout your lifetime. Each of these four temples is dedicated to a specific deity. Yamunotri Temple dedicates itself to the Goddess Yamuna. Gangotri Temple dedicates itself to the Goddess Yamuna. Kedarnath and Badrinath dedicate itself to Lord Shiva and Vishu respectively. Thus, these for shrines are all holy and beautiful, also pleasing to watch. Therefore, if you want to enjoy the sight of these beautiful shrines, take this tour now. Book the Char Dham Yatra Package in Haridwar and get started.
The Four Temples of the Char Dham Tour make this tour itself. These four temples are namely: Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These four temples mark very significant importance for the Char Dham Yatra. These temples would show you one of the best sights in your life that no other pilgrimage tour can show you in your entire life. The scenic beauty of these four temples is one to watch. If you want to also see these beautiful sights then no other tour other than the Char Dham Tour can provide you with this. Then what are you waiting for? Book the Char Dham Tour now if you want to enjoy the scenic beauty of these temples or shrines! Do not worry, our Char Dham Tour is available to you at the best price of ₹15,500 Only! We are also a Govt. Approved Char Dham Travel Agent and thus, we will provide you with the most reliable Char Dham Tour.
The Yamunotri Temple is itself dedicated to Goddess Yamuna. 3,291 meters is the height of this temple. This is the first temple that you will be visiting on your Char Dham Tour. Nepalese General Amar Singh Thapa built this temple. The Bali Pass and the Suryaputri Yamunotri Temple are some of the tourist attractions here.
The Gangotri Temple is itself dedicated to Goddess Ganga. It is the origin of the mighty river, Ganga. Nepalese General Amar Singh Thapa also built this famous temple. In the Char Dham Tour, you would be able to visit Gangotri after you have visited the Yamunotri Temple. The Suryakund and the Bhagirath Shila are some of the tourist attractions here.
Kedarnath Temple is the Third Temple of the Char Dham Tour and Lord Shiva is the deity of this temple. According to the Hindu Legends, Pandavas originally built this temple. Thus, making it a famous one. The Chorabari Tal and Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi are some of the tourist attractions here.
Badrinath Temple is the last temple of the Char Dham Tour. Therefore, completing this Yatra. Lord Vishnu is the deity of this temple. The Nilkantha and the Bramha Kapal are some of the tourist attractions here. This is the last temple that you will visit in the Char Dham Yatra and it will conclude your tour.