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Badrinath is the resting-place of Lord Vishnu at a height of 3122 mts. At the back of the temple is the shining pyramid the Neelkanth peak. On either side the snow bound mountains, 'Nar and Narayan' guard the temple. It is nice to have a dip in the Tapt Kund, a hot water spring within the premises of the temple. No pilgrimage is complete till a visit to this beautiful shrine.
What to See :
» Temple

The temple of Shri Badrinath dates back to Vedic times. The 15 mts. high temple is dedicated to Lodr Vishnu, it is built in the form of a cone with a small cupola of a gilt bull and spire. The present temple is believe to have been built by Adi Shankaracharya. The temple has been renovated several time thereafter, due to damage by avalanches. It looks very colorful attractive due to malty hued “Singh Dwara” or main entrance gate.
» Tapta Kund

Devotees take a holy dip in the natural thermal spring on the banks of the river Alaknanda, before entering the Badrinath temple. The water of the kund is believed to have medicinal properties.
» Brahama Kapal

A flat plateform on the bank of river Alaknanda where Hindus perform propitiation rites for their deceased ancestors.
» Sheshnetra

A boulder having an impression of the legendry serpant- know as Sheshnag’s eye.
» Mana Village

Primarily in habitated by Indo-Mongolian tribes, it is considered to be the last Indian village before Tibet on this route. Near by are Vyas Gufa- the rock cave saint Ved Vyas, the writer of Mahabharat; Bheem pul – a natural bridge over the Saraswati river; Vasundharafalls- a 122 mts. high water fall.
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