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High in the Himalayas where the mountain seems to touch the skies are some of the most sacred pilgrimage sports Yamnotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, offering immense religious significance and combine the rich Hindu heritage of India with the spectacular scenery of the main Himalayas.
General information :
» Area 87.5 sq. kms.
» Year of establishment 1982
» Best season July & August
» Maximum Temp. 17 deg. Celsius
» Minimum Temp. 07 deg. Celsius
Yamunotri is the source of the River Yamuna, an old temple dedicated to goddess Yamuna, situated at an elevation of about 3,235 mts. Yamunotri finds a special mention in the hindu mythology.
Gangotri glacier lies at a height of 4138 mts and extends as far as Gaumukh. The River Ganga, here known as Bhagirathi, gently comes out of the Glacier in the form of a stream. An 18th century temple dedicated to the goddess Ganga, Stands on the Right Bank.
Kedarnath at the head of the Mandakini Valley is one of the most sacred temples of Lord Shiva. inside the temple Shiva is symbolized by a huge rock representing the hindquarters of a divine buffalo.
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.
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