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Char Dham Package

Package Duration
12 Days / 11 Nights
Destination Covered
Mussoorie - Uttarkashi - Rudraprayag - Rishikesh

  • Day 1 : Haridwar

    Description :

    Pick up From Haridwar railway station and go to hotel for rest.after rest go for Mansa Devi and Ganga Aarti Darshan.

    Day 2 : Haridwar to Barkot (night stay in Barkot)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast start a tour from Haridwar and drive from Haridwar to barkot and cover Mussoorie, kampty fall.

    Day 3 : Barkot to Yamunotri to Barkot(night stay in Barkot)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Barkot to janki chatti by taxi and janki chatti to yamunotri Darshan via (palki,trecking etc.) and go back to Barkot.

    Day 4 : Barkot to Naitala(night stay in naitala)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Barkot to naitala via Uttarkashi(Kashi Vishwanath temple Darshan).

    Day 5 : Naitala to Gangotri to Naitala(night stay in naitala)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Naitala to Gangotri Darshan and cover Gangnani,Harshil. after Gangotri Darshan go back to Naitala.

    Day 6 : Naitala to sitapur(night stay in Sitapur)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Naitala to Sitapur via Tehri,Rudraprayag sight seen.

    Day 7 : Sitapur to Kedarnath to Sitapur(night stay in sitapur)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Sitapur to son prayag by taxi and you will going 18 kms. from son Prayag to Kedarnath Darshan via Tracking,Helicopter,Palki etc. and go back to Sitapur.

    Day 8 : Sitapur to pipal koti(night stay in pipalkoti)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from Sitapur to pipal koti via chopta(tourist place),Himalaya Darshan.

    Day 9 : pipal koti to Badrinath(night stay in Badrinath)

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast drive from pipal koti to Badrinath Darshan via Jyotirmath bu taxi.

    Day 10 : Badrinath to Srinagar(night stay in Srinagar)

    Description :

    Early morning, pilgrims after having a bath in Taptkund move to Darshan of Badrivishal. Brahamakamal is significant for Pind dan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitraus). There have any other interesting sight seeing like as Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the "Mukh" of the Saraswati River. Just within the three kms of Badrinathji. Later drive to Srinagar. Check in Hotel. Overnight stay at Srinagar.

    Day 11 : Srinagar to Haridwar(night stay in Haridwar)

    Description :

    early morning drive from Srinagar To Haridwar via Dev prayag, Rishikesh sight seeing like as Ram jhula,Lakshman,14 story temple,Geeta Temple.

    Day 12 : Haridwar to Haridwar Railway station

    Description :

    early morning after breakfast or lunch drive from Haridwar to Haridwar railway station.

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Description :
    know the brief history of all four shrines in Chota Chardham Yatra…

    The History of Badrinath

    Badrinath Temple

    Positioned at an elevation of 3133 meters from sea level, Badrinath shrine is set right at the shore of Alaknanda River. This shrine was established by Adi Guru Shankaracharya in 8th century to offer new life and energy to Hinduism. As per the mythos, it was the first residence of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. Later on, Lord Vishnu made Badrinath as his own abode.

    What are the legends behind Badrinath?

    Padam Puran mentions that Lord Vishnu carried out rigorous penance at this place for numerous years. The incarnation of Nar and Narayana as human, and Goddess Lakshmi (his wife) saved him from rain and sun to be transformed in bushes of berry. Hence, because of Badri (Berry) that made this region famous as Badri Vishal. Vishnu is the nath (lord) of Lakshmi, thus, this place became popular as Badrinath.
    Mythology also links Badrinath with Mahabharata. It is said that after the battle of Mahabharata, Pandavas and Draupadi revered this place as an ascending hills to heaven.
    Located at a distance of kilometers from this shrine, is a cave in Mana Village where Sage Veda Vyasa wrote the great epic Mahabharata, say legends.

    The History of Kedarnath:

    Kedarnath Temple

    Set at the bank of sacred Mandakini River, Kedarnath Temple is one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. In Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, this shrine remains open between the Akshay Tritiya to Kartik Purnima. Devotees pay homage to Lord Shiva as the Lord of Kedar Khand, which was once the name of this region. It is said that this structure was edified by Adi Shankaracharya in 8th century.

    Legend behind Kedarnath

    As per the legends, after the battle of Mahabharata, Pandava arrived to Guptkashi in the region of Kedar Khand in order to get the blessings of Lord Shiva and to wash away their sins of killing their own relatives. However, Lord Shiva did not want appeared in front of them and thus he transformed himself into a bull and hide himself in group of cattle and started grazing. Bhima identified him. While the cattle was returning to their habitats, Bhima stood by stretching leg over two boulders and made allow cattle to pass under his legs. Lord Shiva tried to escape and started merging himself in to the earth. Only the hump was caught by Bhima. On this, Lord Shiva became happy and appeared in front of Pandavas. Therefore, the hump of bull is revered at Kedarnath.

    The History of Gangotri

    Gangotri Temple

    The consecrated shrine is dedicated to holy Ganges. It is believed that the river washes all the sins and makes the souls of devotees pious. It is the way to salvation. This shrine is primarily known as the originating point of Ganges River. It is the place where Lord Shiva took Ganges in his hair curls. Gaumukh is the place where the Ganges is emerged from Gangotri Glacier.

    Legend behind Gangotri

    On Bhagirath Shila, which is positioned near temple, it is said that King Bhagirath performed penance to please Goddess Ganga and make her agree to come on earth from heaven. To reduce the shattering pace of Ganges while it was coming to earth, Lord Shiva took the stream in His matted hair. There is a submerged Shivlinga where it is said that Lord Shiva sat to receive the stream.

    The history of Yamunotri

    Yamunotri Temple

    Yamunotri is the source of sacred Yamuna River. It is positioned in Uttarkashi District and lies at the elevation of about 3293 meters. It is famous for thermal springs found there. The actual source of the river is a frozen lake and glacier positioned at the Kalin Mountain at an elevation about of 4421 meters. The shrine is termed highly consecrated and it is said that the sins of the devotee wash away through visiting this shrine. There is a trek incorporated to reach this place.

    Legend behind Yamunotri

    The legends say that that the sage Asit Muni used to reside here. He bathed daily all his life in Yamuna and Ganga. In his old age, he was unable to go Gangotri and thus for him, a stream of Ganga appeared opposite the stream of Yamunotri. The daughter of Sun God, Yamuna is believed to be the mother of humans, offering them the nourishment. Tehri Naresh Sudarshan Shah built the Yamunotri Temple in 1839. However, the temple was damaged severely due to an earthquake and Maharani Gularia of Jaipur reconstructed this temple in late 19th century. The Surya Kund, which is a hot water spring situated near Divyashila, was presented by God Surya to his daughter.
    Package Excludes :
    • Entry ticket of any destination, telephone, laundry, or anything which have not mentioned above.
    • Child with extra-bed sharing parents room increase 25% of the above cost child without extra bed has to pay increase 15% of the above cost (below 11 years)
    • Any Expanse of personal nature
    • Cable car ride, boating & horses
    • Tables, drinks, insurance
    • Entrance fees to mountains destination
    • Poni and Palki charges, helicopter service charge, poster charges

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Mr. Virendra Singh

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