About Chardham


About Chardham | Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath

Nested in the serene Himalayan Mountain Range, the Char Dhams of Uttarakhand are spiritually important to Indians. The Famous Char Dham Yatra holds spiritual & mythological importance in Hinduism. The tour or yatra of four shrines of Hinduism i.e., Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamnotri are collectively known as Char Dham Yatra .

Every year an uncountable number of pilgrims visit the holy shrines of Char Dham to seek the blessings of the supreme power of the world. The famous divine tour of Char Dham starts from Yamnotri, then Gangotri, and concluded at Badrinath Temple after Kedarnath. Every holy place are having its own spiritual and mythological importance.

About Chardham


The first halt of Char Dham Yatra Touris the temple of one of the holy rivers in India, Yamuna. The holy water of river Yamuna protects from a painful death and clean all sins. Rebuilt in 1839, the temple premises contains many hot water springs.


During your Spiritual Char Dham Yatra, you will seek the blessings of the holy river Maa Ganga in Gangotri. The famous Gangotri temple is dedicated to the river that lands on earth just for the sake of humanity. Ganga river originates from the Gangotri glacier which is about 18 km from the temple.


Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Kedarnath temple is the famous Jyotirlingas of India. During your pilgrimage tour of Char Dham, Kedarnath is situated in the most remote location. The grey stone temple of Kedarnath is one of the Panch Kedar.


Situated on the banks of river Alaknanda, Badrinath is the holy shrine dedicated to Lord Vishnu. According to Indian Mythology, Lord Vishnu perform meditation here along with Goddess Lakshmi in form of berry or Badri. This is the final pilgrimage destination during your Char Dham Spiritual tour.