Ek Dham Yatra is referred to the tour of one of the four Hindu religious sites in Uttarakhand – Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lofty Himalayas, these four sites are the epicenter of religious activity in north India. The Yatra always starting from the right side and end at the last destination of the Chardham. The pilgrims from all over world visit here to get the touch of spirituality. The customs of Chardham yatra was started by the Adi Guru Sankaracharya in the 8th century. You will get a different kind of positive attraction in this yatra. This is best Yatra for the people who are searching for the meaning of their soul and purpose of life. You can direct feel spiritual powers in the whole yatra.
Ek Dham Yatra Packages(Single Dham Yatra)
Badrinath, kedarnath, yamunotri and Gangotri are the the main attraction of chardham yatra. But many like to go for ek dham yatra which include any dham. Check our ek dham yatra packages below.
The Kedarnath shrine, one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, is a scenic spot situated, against the backdrop of the majestic Kedarnath range. Kedar is another name of Lord Shiva.
Badrinath is one of the Chardham in a valley of Uttarakhand. The major attraction is Badrinath temple. Many people come here for the blessing and get the view of the Holy temple of Badrinath.
Gangotri is a popular pilgrim place in India. Inception of the sacred rivers is Gaumukh, set in those Gangotri Glacier, Also maybe An 19 km trek starting with Gangotri.
Yamunotri is one of the four Dham of Chardham yatra in Uttarakhand. It is famous because of the source of holy Yamuna river. Every pilgrim’s visits sacred site of Yamunotri to fulfill their wish.
Each of these four sites is devoted to a specific deity. Yamunotri is dedicated to the Goddess Yamuna who goes along the pilgrims to the high altitudes of the picturesque Rawai Valley. Yamunotri stands high up in the deep left on the western face of the Bunderpunch Peak. The most sacred area of Yamunotri is a dark rock from where the hot springs emerge, called the Divya Shila. Here at the origin of the Yamuna pilgrims offer their first prayer. It is believed that a bath in the waters of the Yamuna protects the devotee from untimely death that could hinder one’s chances of achieving eternal emancipation.
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