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Chardham Yatra from Delhi

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Chardham Yatra  from Delhi

The tour begins from the country capital Delhi and the first destination is Haridwar. You have to travel a distance of 205 Kilometers and it can be covered within a period of 6 hours. The tour begins with an evening prayer at Mansa Devi Temple along with the Aarti at Hari Ki Pauri. It is believed that Haridwar lies at the feet of Shiva's hills and is considered to be a doorway.

Then the next destination is Barkot that lies 215 kilometers from Haridwar. The tourists are driven to Barkot via Dehradun and Mussoori. Then we head towards Yamunotri from Barkot that covers a distance of 42 kilometers. The tourists need to trek for reaching Yamunotri that begins at Janki Chatti. The major attraction of Yamunotri is Yamunotri temple, Surya Kund and Divya Shila.

Then the tourists move towards Uttarkashi that falls at a distance of 82 kilometers. The place is well situated at the banks of river Bhagirathi and is reckoned for famous temples of Lord Vishwanath, Bhairav, Goddess Kuteti Devi, Ekadash Rudra and Gyaneshwar.

We then move towards Kedarnath that provides a majestic sight being surrounded by lofty snow covered peaks that can attract everyone. You can see here the 8th century Adi Shankaracharya temple built by the Pandavas. Its inner walls hold figures of mythological scenes and deities that are amazing.

After visiting the mythical Kedarnath, comes Pipalkoti. It is small scenic town that primarily acts as a relaxation point for people heading towards Badrinath. This small city is well nestled amid lush green mountains and terraced fields that can never be seen anywhere. The major attractions are Tapt and Narad Kund, Mana Village, Bhim Pul, Mata Murty Temple and Vyas Gufa.

Then you can see the Rudrapryag that is located at a distance of 155 kilometers from Badrinath. Here you can visit the most famous temples of Rudranath, Chamunda Devi and Koteshwar. It is also considered as the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini.

The last destination of the tours is Rishikesh that lies in the lower laps of the Himalayas. It is surrounded by three beautiful mountains with Holy Ganga running through them. The place is known for numerous ancient as well as new age temples along the river Ganga. Rishikesh is not only associated with Ramayana but also considered as the most famous Hindu pilgrimage. The place is also famous for great yoga center.

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