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Badrinath Temple Complex:

The holy shrine at Badrinath is situated at a height of 3,133 m. It is famous as the most important pilgrim site of the Hindus. The temple of Shri Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is only 15 m in height with a black colour. According to legend, the shrine has been present since the time of the Vedas and has undergone several renovations. The temple is closed in winter because of heavy rainfall. The main shrine is divided into three individual parts. The Garbha Griha is decorated with the idol of Lord Vishnu in a Padmasana posture. Shobha Mandap and Darshan Mandap are the other two important parts of the Badrinath Temple. The premises of the temple also house a shrine dedicated to the Goddess Laxmi. The temple complex holds fifteen idols of gods and goddesses, all belonging to the Hindu pantheon.



This is a famous rock believed to hold the footprints of Lord Vishnu. The site, located at an elevation of 3380 ft, offers a magnificent view of the region. The uphill path is tiring and dangerous but devotees are determined to overcome all hurdles in order to reach the spot so that they can experience the picturesque beauty and worship the footprints of the Lord which are said to retrieve all troubles and ailments. Legend states that Lord Vishnu set foot on earth at this point.


Tapt Kund:

The Tapt Kund happens to be a natural spring that possesses therapeutic traits. Considered to be the holy abode of the fire deity Lord Agni, the waters of the Tapt Kund record temperatures of 45°C and are situated above the riverbank. According to pilgrims, a dip in this sacred pond washes away all sinful thoughts and deeds. Visitors are revitalised and energized by the rejuvenating water. The site, set amidst the snowy Himalayan mountain peaks, presents a grand view of nature.



Situated close to the border of the Nar-Narayan mountain range, the towering Neelkanth peak boasts of wonderful natural vistas. The site, which overlooks the Badrinath shrine, offers a grand view of the snow-clad peaks. Neelkanth Peak, which remains covered with snow, is a major destination for both nature lovers and pious individuals. This gigantic snowy precipice shaped like a pyramid has an altitude of 6,597 m. The charming region is visited by numerous tourists throughout the year. Due to its breathtaking beauty Neelkanth is fondly known as the Queen of the Garhwal.


Vasudhara Falls:

Located in Mana village, the Vasudhara Falls are closely connected with the legendary Pandava clan of the Indian epic Mahabharata. The region is situated at a distance of only 4 km away from the main town. The haunting beauty of the falls encircled by the mighty mountain peaks attracts several visitors. The water of the Vasudhara Falls cascades down with a roaring noise from a height of almost 400 ft. Besides the gorgeous scenery of the dancing falls the site holds an important position in the myths and legends of India. It is believed that the water of the falls turns away from those individuals who are impure and unclean at heart. The destination might be difficult to reach but the allure of the falls excites visitors with its ambiance and charm.



Devotees are reminded of the legend of the serpent bearer of Lord Vishnu- Ananta Shesha, on a visit to Sheshnetra. It is a giant stone marked with a single eye of this legendary snake. The site is one of the most renowned holy sites in Badrinath. The imprints on the rock are natural. Sheshnetra is believed to guard the sacred shrine of Lord Badrinath. Besides the religious connotation, the site offers an awesome ambiance of serenity and composure that soothes the minds of tourists. Two lakes along with the grant River Alakananda form a great background to this important boulder.


Brahma Kapal:

Situated on the banks of the River Alakananda at a distance of only 100 km to the north of the Badrinath Temple, the Brahma Kapal Ghat is a flat platform said to be the dwelling place of Lord Brahma. Devotees pay homage and carry out rituals to appease the departed souls. Convention dictates that shraddha is to be proffered to the ancestors at this spot. This is the place where Lord Shiva was freed from his curse of killing Brahma. It is also believed that the head of Lord Brahma had fallen off from the trident of Shiva with the blessings of Lord Vishnu here at Brahma Kapal. Nearby tourist attractions include the Charanpaduka, Mata Murthy Temple and the Sheshnetra.


Narad Kund:

Narad Kund is a sacred site from where Adi Sankara recovered the Lord Vishnu idol. The region happens to be one of the most renowned centres in the city of Badrinath. It is simply a recess in the course of the Alakananda River and is sheltered naturally by a rock with protruding angles. This helps to prevent the flow of water current and offers appropriate surroundings for a relaxing bath. The water of the Narad Kund is so warm that long baths are ill-advised in the pond. Devotees normally take a holy dip before venturing for holy darshan. The region is popular for its religious association and scenic environment.