Yamunotri is a temple town located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. This town is the source of the emergence of the pious river Yamuna that is worshiped by the Hindus. Yamunotri is one amid the Chota Char Dham that comprises Badrinath, Kedarnath, and Gangotri. Every year, this pious shrine is visited by hundreds of Hindu as well as Non-Hindu devotees.
Located in the belt of Garhwal Himalayas, Yamunotri is elevated at 10,800 feet above the sea level. The river gushes down from the Champasar glacier that is located in the Himalayas. Due to such location, the climate of this region is described as cold in nature. Amid the year, it faces the cool weather with mild temperatures. The median mercury level scales between 5°C-17°C. Yamunotri receives a lesser amount of rainfall.
This pious shrine is reckoned amid the popular destinations. The temple devoted to Mother Yamuna is built at Yamunotri in tantalizing surroundings and houses a black marble idol of the Goddess. Other places of interest include the names like Tehri Hills of Garhwal region that are a haven for nature lovers and adventure buffs.