Gangotri is one of the great religious places in the Chardham yatra. This is the second place to visit while you are traveling to the Chardham yatra. It is believed that you must travel to these places once in your lifetime and after you go on this trip you will get moksha or salvation. Your mind will also become relaxed and you can drop all your sins in these holy rivers. Gangotri is one of the pilgrimages places. Every year more than 2 lac people go there and wash their sins.
Badrinath is one of the best and popular places in the Chardham yatra. Badrinath is one of the temples in the Chardham yatra in Uttarakhand and it is also part of the great temples in India. This is the major Char Dham place in India. The Badrinath temple is devoted to the Lord Vishnu is the protector of the world. This Badrinath word is made by two words that are the Badri which means berry. This berry was grown in that area at that time therefore, it is called Badri and nath means the lord Vishnu name. All these will explain that this temple has its value in Hindu mythology.
All the pilgrims will have to make it on their own to New Delhi Railway Depot. Connect there with us and assist further to Haridwar. An en-route lunch is added to the package. Later, traveling to Haridwar and check into the hotel. Visit Hari-ki-Pauri for a spiritual bath in Ganga and an evening Aarti. Reaching back to the inn, having supper and one-night halt.
The dawn after breakfast, there will be a trip to Uttarkashi. En-route visit to Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Prakateshwar Mahadev. On reaching Uttarkashi, check into the hotel. Pilgrims can sightsee other nearby shrines. Dinner and overnight stopover.
The next morning after having breakfast, rushes to Gangotri, visiting temples and diverse places like Gaumukh, Tapt Kund (Hot water spring), and Harsil Village. After wandering, drive back to Uttarkashi. Dinner and overnight break.
The dawn after breakfast, leave for Rudraprayag. On the path, sightseeing of river Ganga (in Devprayag where Bhagirathi becomes Ganga, i.e. the assemblage of Alaknanda and Mandakini) and Tehri Dam. Check-in the hotel, visit local places. Last dinner and an overnight stopover.
The dawn after breakfast, moving to Badrinath. En-route stop at Narsingh temple and Shankaracharya temple. On reaching Badrinath, Check in the hotel and. Pilgrims will visit the Badrinath temple earliest in the evening, holding a notice of the aarti. Overnight stay here.
Early dawn, after experiencing a pouring in the eternal hot spring water of Taptkund (steady temperature of 55 degrees Celsius) have the Darshan of Badrinath temple. Other sights to visit than the temple are Brahma Kund is relevant for pind daan sradh of the forefathers, Mana Village, Vyas and Ganesh cave, Bhimkund, Bhavishya Badri, Punduleshwar, and the root of the Sarasvati River. Again, return back to Rudraprayag and check in.
The morning after breakfast, you will make out for Haridwar. En-route stop to Rishikesh Local Sight Seeing places like Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Parmarth Niketan, Shivananda, Gita Kutir, and displays. On reaching Haridwar, check-in the hotel with an overnight stay.
In the morning, visitors can make to the exhibits, Hari-Ki-Pauri and enjoy the sacred bath, tune in to morning aarti, or visit Daksh Temple, Shri Yantra Temple, Maya Devi Temple. After lunch, the train will be boarded back to Delhi railway station.
This ends the tour.
Every year this temple gets closed in Diwali and reopens on the Akshay Tritiya. The month of April and May is the best time to Gangotri temple.
Temple will be open from 6:15 am to 02:00 pm.
Because of the location of the Gangotri in the winter, it will have heavy rainfall and snowfall. The climate will be unfavourable.
Yes, registration is compulsory for every pilgrimage site in Uttarakhand.
A. Yes, people can travel by bike or car to Gangotri because it is well connected by the roads.