A holy town considered to be the most important of the Char Dhams
Scenic Himalayan vistas
Natural wonders like hot springs
Where history and mythology come alive
WHAT TO KNOW
The Badrinath Temple otherwise called the Badrinarayan Temple, situated in Uttarakhand’s Badrinath town, is one of the four Char Dhams (four significant journeys) in the state. There are four explorer objections to be specific Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, all things considered known as Char Dham. These journey habitats draw enormous number of explorers every year, in this manner turning into the main center points of strict travel in the entire of Northern India.
Badrinath is situated at a height of around 3,100 m. Situated in the Garhwal Himalayas, on the banks of the Alaknanda waterway, this consecrated town lies among Nar and Narayana mountain ranges. The sanctuary is accepted to have been set up by sage Adi Shankaracharya in the eighth century. With Lord Vishnu as its directing god, the sanctuary stays open for a half year in a year. In winter it gets blocked off because of substantial snowfall.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
The ideal time to visit Badrinath Temple is from May to October. The temple is closed from October/ November, and is reopened around April.
Where To Stay
Around 317 km away is the Jolly Grant Airport near Dehradun. Flights from several major Indian cities land here.
The Rishikesh Railway Station is 297 km away while Kotdwar Railway Station is at a distance of 327km.