Char Dham Yatra : Badrinath, Jagannath puri, Rameshwaram, Dwarkadhish

Hinduism is the most common religion in India, where the great majority of people follow its belief and customs. In Hindu religion Journey to sacred places is most important and one of them is Char Dham Yatra. Visitors come here from all over the world and in all age groups. Some elderly individuals who have never been to this temple dream of going there before they pass away in order to make amends for all of their sins and attain heaven after death. In fact, did you know that Char Dham is also known as Chatur Dhama? It is the journey to four Hindu Pilgrimage Sites Located in four different locations of India. Badrinath in North, Jaganath Puri in East, Rameswaram in South and Dwarka in West. Each Dham signifies a different yuga. Badrinath represents Satya yuga, Rameswaram represents Treta Yuga, Dwarka represents Dvapara Yuga, and Puri represents Kali Yuga. Not to be confused with the Uttarakhand spiritual route known as the Chota Char Dham is the Char Dham. Which includes Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri. So, let's talk in-depth about each of Char Dham’s holy places.


Badrinath temple is located between Himalayan mountains named Nar and Narayan at an altitude of 3,133 m above the sea level in Uttarakhand on the banks of Alaknanda river. This temple is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu Who is believed to be the nurturer and protector of the universe we live in. Badrinath is the place where Lord Vishnu used to perform penance. People also believe that those who visit Badrinath will never have to take birth again. Architecture of this temple is so vibrant with beautiful idols of god. The Surroundings of this temple are awe inspiring. Thousands of people visit this temple every year. Along with the temple there are many other tourist attractions to visit near Badrinath like Vasudhara waterfall, Joshimath town and mana village. Adventure-loving devotees camp here and hike to every temple in the area of Badrinath. There are numerous methods to get to this location. By Road, Rail, or Flight. This temple only opens from April to October. Due to the harsh winter conditions during the other months of the year

Jagannath puri 

Jagannath Temple is located in the state of odisha on the coast of Bay of Bengal. It is dedicated to Lord Krishna recognised as Jagganath  along with Goddess Subhadra, his sister and His brother Balabadra. This is the only temple in India where lord Subradra and Balabhadra are worshiped. The primary temple was built by Raja Chola Ganga Deva and Raja Tritiya Ananga Bhima Deva and is approximately 1,000 years old. Architecture of this temple is breathtaking. It is about 214 inches and 8 feet high from the road level. It is believed that the real heart of Lord Krishna beats in the idol of god Jagannath. An annual event known as the Rath Yatra is arranged from this temple. From the Jagannath temple to the Gundicha temple, thousands of devotees carry the three decorated raths of the three gods of Puri temple. In Rath Yatras, the chariot is pulled by devotees through the streets, signifying the deity's journey to see their followers. Along the way People passionately scream the name of God from their heart. Sing bhajans distribute sweets. The environment becomes lively and colorful. The doors of jagannath temple closes 15 days before Rath Yatra festival.Rest Any day of the year is a good time for the people to visit this temple. To reach here, devotees can take train flight or any vehicle because Puri is well connected to major cities of India.


Rameshwaram is located in the state of Tamilnadu. It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Dedicated to lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Rama during his exile established this temple and that's why this temple is known as rameshwaram. This temple holds immense glory in hindu culture. According to legends Rama built the Rama Setu bridge here, with the help of his brother Lakshmana and the devotee Hanuman in order to reach Lanka and free his wife Sita, who had been kidnapped by the Lanka king Ravana.

In Rameshwaram, the winter season, which runs from November to February, is regarded as the busiest travel time. These months provide nice, generally cooler weather, which makes them perfect for outdoor activities and trips to temples. Devotees and visitors can enjoy a comfortable experience as the temperature fluctuates between 20°C and 30°C. Traveling to Rameshwaram is easy and hassle free. Devotees can go here by Air, Rail or by Road


Dwarkadhish temple is located in Gujarat on the western coast of India. Near Gomti River and Arabian sea. This place is believed to be The Kingdom of Lord Krishna. The Arabian Sea submerged the original Dwarka, leaving only Bed Dwarka and Gomti Dwarka as remains of the ancient city. There is a Gomti lake with nine ghats in Gomti Dwarka. The best time to visit this temple is during the Janmashtami festival. Many devotees Visit Dwarka at this time which creates a vibrant happening environment in the town. People can easily take any comfortable mode of transportation to get to this location. The architecture of the temple is striking, including fine carvings and a calm atmosphere. Here, devotees worship Lord Krishna and ask for his blessings on happiness and wealth. Hindu mythology gives the temple a special place, and it draws believers year-round.

These temples are all very important religious sites that draw followers looking for blessings, serenity, and spiritual fulfillment. For millions of Hindus around the world, these are symbols of their faith and devotion as well as places of worship. It is believed that Lord Vishnu Meditates in Badrinath temple, Eats in Jagannath puri, Baths in Rameshwaram, takes rest in Dwarkadhish All these places must visit places to complete your char Dham yatra and attain salvation and blessings to go.


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