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Shri Badrinath Ji Temple
Ranked #1 of 12 things to do in Badrinath
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: It is a Religious Shrine of Lord Vishnu & One of Most Religious Pilgrimage in Char Dham Yatra. It is Located in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand at a elevation of 3,133 mts. We at Uttarakhand Holidays provide all Kind of Services During Badrinath Yatra to the Pilgrimages.
Reviewed April 4, 2018

You can visit this place with your friends and family. Its going very grateful trip with your family

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Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

Badrinath temple is very beautiful it is opening in summer 6 months and next 6 months in closed due to snow it's nice view for all on hill station

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Reviewed March 25, 2018

With the Nar Parbat Mountain located across and Narayan Parbat located behind the Neelkantha, the Badrinath Temple, at an altitude of 3133 metres above sea level, is one of the Panch (Five) Badris. The rest Badri temples are Yogadhyan Badri, Bridhha (Old) Badri, Adi Badri and Bhavishya (Future) Badri. The mountains soar upwards, as if determined to touch the heavens. It is easy to comprehend why mythology asserts the Gods around these snow-capped peaks, overlooking Earth from their homes in the clouds.
We visited during mid November, and with count of pilgrims being scanty in the off-season, we could have plenty of time to offer our reverence to the deity here.
Pilgrims may offer variety of Puja to Badri Vishal – against a fee ranging from Rs.151 for Kapoor Aarti upto Rs.35101 for Shrimad Bhagwat Shapath Path. We found a couple of counters for booking such puja – but the crowd was so thin, the counters were left unmanned.
There is also a place, which a signboard asserted as the birthplace of Badri Narayan – at around 300 metres from the Badrinath Temple. It is a spot with a raised mass of uneven rock, black in colour (much like the stone that the deity Badrinath is made of), with a signboard chronicling the legend.

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Reviewed March 16, 2018

place of lord vishnu all hindus must go there at least once in their life its beauty is unique its famous for pitra dosh nivaran(pind daan) u never have to do again any where in life .many many thans to ABD HOLIDAYS

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Reviewed March 8, 2018

Badrinath, which is northernmost dham in 4 dhams (other 3 being Dwarka, Jagannathpuri and Rameshwaram), is situated in shadow of Mount Nilkanth and on banks of river Alaknanda. Even after being at such a high altitude, vehicles take pilgrims till bank of river, which is reduces efforts to trek till the temple. Temple has garhwali architecture and is situated on slopes. There is ample space for visitors to inside temple and outside too, under main staircase leading to the temple. On the way to the temple while crossing the bridge over river, one can see hot water springs on right side, where pilgrims take holy bath. It surprises pilgrims, specially when one notices ice floating around in Alaknanda river during early days of yatra. Overall, this is a great place to visit and Badrivishal holds a great place in hearts of all hindus.

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