chardham

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Char Dham

05 Nights / 06 Days

1,70,000/-
per person (INDAIN)
2540
per person (NRI)

 

ITINERARY:-

DAY 01 : DEHRADUN
DAY 02 : DEHRADUN - KHARSALI
DAY 03 : KHARSALI - HARSIL - GANGOTRI - HARSIL
DAY 04 : HARSIL - GUPTKASHI -KEDARNATH - GUPTKASHI
DAY 05 : GUPTKASHI - BADRINATH
DAY 06 : BADRINATH - DEHRADUN

 

INCLUDES:-

  • one night accommodation upon arrival on twin sharing at Four points by Sheraton or similar on room only basis.
  • All arrival departure transfers as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Helicopter for Chardham.
  • Palki / pony at Yamunotri.
  • Transportation at Harsil and Badrinath.
  • Accommodations at all four dhams on twin sharing basis.
  • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Assistance for darshan at all temples.
  • Includes GST
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Do Dham

01 Night / 02 Days

On Request

Kedarnath - Badrinath

 

ITINERARY:-

 

DAY 01 : DEHRADUN – GUPTKASHI - KEDARNATH

Early morning transfer to Sehastradhara helipad to board flight to Guptkashi By helicopter.

 

Flight Time is 35 min. Here as per Govt. regulation you will be required to change helicopter for your onward trip to Kedarnath.

 

Special priority darshan slips issued by the mandir samiti will be provided.

On arrival at Badrinath, check in to Sarovar Portico.

 

Have evening darshan. Overnight and dinner at hotel.

 

DAY 02 : BADRINATH - DEHRADUN

After early breakfast, leave for Badrinath helipad.

To board your flight for Dehradun.

 

Arrive Dehradun and transfer to hotel / airport for onward destination.

 

Tour ends.

Do Dham

Same Day Retrun

90,000/-
per person (INDAIN)
1350
per person (NRI)

Badrinath - Kedarnath

 

ITINERARY:-

 

Early morning leave from Sehastradhara helipad to board flight for Badrinath.

 

The flight time is approximately 45 minutes. After darshan return to helipad to board your flight for Kedarnath.

 

Flight Time is 35 min. Here as per Govt. regulation you will be required to change helicopter for your onward trip to Kedarnath.

 

Special priority darshan slips issued by the mandir samiti will be provided.

 

After darshan return to helipad to board your flight for Dehradun.

 

Arrive Sehastradhara helipad

 

Tour ends.

 

 

 

 

CHARDHAM YATRA

Yamunotri
Yamunotri is the place where the river Yamuna originates from the Himalayas and flows down to the plains of North India and meets river Ganga at Allahabad ( Prayagraj ), it is situated at the height of 3293 meters from the sea level, the actual source is the Champasar glacier in the Bandar Punch range in the Kalind mountain at 4421 meters above the sea level one km further up, it is difficult to reach their, the temple is at the foot hill. The main Idol of Ma Yamunotri is of a black stone in the shrine which is on the left bank of the river, before paying visit in the temple, there is a hot water spring the Surya Kund where pilgrims first take bath and offer their puja at the Divya Shila then pays respect to the Ma Yamunotri in the shrine, the Yamuna is given a status of Ma ( mother) equivalent to river Ganga.
The temple opens on Akshya Tritya of Vikram Samvat ( the Hindu Calendar) every year which falls somewhere end of April and first half of May every year.
Best Time to Visit
One can visit upon the opening of the temple till the closing date which is Yam Dwitiya of Vikram Samvat, the two days after Depawali but the best time is April till June or till the start of monsoon, then best time is September mid till October, during the monsoon there is a danger of land slides, broken roads and flooding of water streams on the way and one may have to be stranded for days to wait for roads to open.

Sri Badrinath
Sri Badrinath Dham is situated at a height of 3415 meters from the sea level on the right banks of river Alaknanda between Nar and Narayan mountains , in the back drop is the Neelkanth peak , this place was re established by Adi Shankarcharya in Eight Centenary , legend is that the black Shaligram stone idol was lying in the bed of Alaknanda river and was taken out by the Shankaracharya to establish it in the cave near the Tapt Kund.
The present temple was built by King of Garhwal afterwards there were changes and renovations done because of the earthquake and rebuilt in the year 1803, it is a 50 ft tall stone structure with top covered with gold gilt roof , there is a tall arched gate after the flights of stairs the walls are painted blue, red and yellow giving a view of a Buddhist Mut , the Garbha griha is having the main idol of Lord Badrinath sitting in a Padmasan mudra under a gold canopy Badri tree , surrounded by the idols of Nar and Narayan, Narad , Ganesha, Udhava, Narsimaha ( the forth incarnation of lord Vishnu) Ma Lakshmi , Kuber and Garuda Nav Durga ( nine incarnations of Ma Durga ) , before entering the temple pilgrims consider to have bath in the Tapt Kund just next to the main entrance.

Gangotri
Gangotri is situated at a height of 3100 meters in the great Himalayas , the origin of river Ma Ganga known as Bhagirathi here , it is the most important part of the Chardham circuit in Gharwal Himalayas, the actual source is Gaumukh in Gangotri glacier 18 km up-stream at a height of 4120 meters about 30 km long and 2-4 km wide, it is fed by Raktvarn , Chaturangi , Kirti and Bhirghupanth tributary glaciers besides many other small ones.
Ma Ganga is known by many names in the Sanatan Scripts , Bhagavat Padi means coming out of Lotus feet of Bhagwan ( God), Tripathaga , it is the only river which flows from all the three worlds Swarag ( Heavens), Prithvi (Earth) and Pataal ( The Hell) . While following King Bhagirath, Ganga was making lots of noise which angered the sage Jahnu who was in his meditation, he drank all the water of Ganga, the Devas requested the sage to release her , Sage Jahnu released Ganga from his ear and named Jahnavi ( Daughter of Jahnu).
Best Time to Visit
One can visit upon the opening of the temple till the closing date which is Yam Dwitiya of Vikram Samvat , the two days after Depawali but the best time is April till June or till the start of monsoon , then best time is September mid till October, during the monsoon there is a danger of land slides , broken roads and flooding of water streams on the way and one may have to be stranded for days to wait for roads to open.

Sri Kedarnath
Sri Kedarnath Dham is situated at a height of 3584 meters above the sea level on the head of river Mandakini surrounded by snow capped mountains , it is a plateu having the most popular Hindu pilgrimage in the Chardham. The temple here is dedicated to Lord Shiva and worshiped here of his back which is conical in shape. This place is accessible from April till October , rest of the year the idol is kept and worshiped at Ukhimath near Guptkashi . Out side the main entrance there is a big stone statue of Nandi Bull facing the temple , upon entering the hall there are statues of five Pandava brothers , Lord Sri Krishna , Vidharba the guard of Lord Shiva. It is said that one who pays the visit here and bows his head is relived of Sorrows , it was from here onward towards the Swargarohan the Pandwa were blessed and relived of guilt and sorrow of killing their relatives in the Mahabharata war.
This temple opens along with the other temples of Chardham on Akshya Tritiya and closes on Depawali for winters , mid June till August is monsoon period , there are land slides and roads blocks quite common and during this period journey is not recomended.