Chardham yatra

Chardham Yatra

One phrase which is the centre point of all religions is their teachings. Tranquility of mind, body and soul is the chief aim. Since ancient times both man and God have just one desire – Shanti – for the existing and for the departed soul. The Char Dham, also known as the Deo Bhumi – The dwelling of the Gods – provides just the ambiance where the heavenly & the transcendent exist together.

Once you are in one of these chardhams, the pure splendor and the serene beauty  engrosses you so much into a world of mysticism that you feel true serenity and unassuming nature. Nature in all its magnificence, simply irresistible and yet modest in its superb beauty – the pilgrimage to the Char Dhams is the experience that will continue to be with you for a very long time.

The Holy Himalayas :
The Himalayas – the most stately & highest mountain chain, is the universal heritage of all mankind. The awe-inspiring quality of this dwelling of Snows has enthused the sages & saints of India since ancient times and has allured tourists & pilgrims from all over the world to its breathtaking beauty & its peaceful and composed tranquillity. Uttaranchal flourish in places of holiness where devotees come together each year to pay respect to their Gods valiant vagaries of weather & other human travails in Himalaya. Very close to the celestial beings, devotees from all nook and corner of the country have gathered to these Himalayan shrines of Char Dham – Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath & Badrinath each year to search for salvation. The grueling trails remain in the ancient sanctuaries of trust for a satisfying experience. The four dhams take delivery of holy water in the shape of four streams – Yamuna (Yamunotri), Bhagirathi (in Gangotri), Mandakini (in Kedarnath) and Alaknanda (in Badrinath).

From the beginning of Hindu religion for the last 5000 years, it is thought that the holy rivers initiate from the middle of the universe, which is Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. Mt. Kailash is also renowned as Sumeru Parbat that is the dwelling of Lord Shiva and Indeed the Indus, Satluj, Ganges via Karnali and the Brahmaputra River commences at this sacred spot.

As the tale goes that in the Mahabharat, while the Pandavs were on their Himalayan Pilgrimage, the Pandavas determined to pay reverence to Lord SHIVA. But Lord Shiva was not at all keen in seeing them as they were responsible of Gotra Hatya. When they saw the Pandavas coming, the Lord took the form of a bull. But the Pandavas could see Shiv through the disguise also that it was Shiva.

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