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Chardham Yatra
The sacred shrines of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath are well known as the Chardham of Uttarakhand. Four of the most auspicious places for the devout Hindus, Chardham is visited by lacs of pilgrims every year. The beauty of the Himalayas adds to their religious and spiritual attraction and makes them one of the most visited tourist destinations in India.

The sacred shrine of Yamunotri, situated near the source of the river Yamuna, is the westernmost shrine in the Garhwal Himalayas. The Yamunotri temple is on the left bank of Yamuna constructed by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal. The Yamuna like Ganga has been elavated to the status of divine mother for the Hindus and has been held responsible for nurturing and developing the Indian civilization.

The revered shrine of Gangotri, situated at an altitude of 3,200 m, constitutes one of the most important pilgrimages for the Hindus. The original source of River Ganges is the Gaumukh glacier. A trek route leads to the glacier from Gangotri, however special permission from the government of India is needed to visit it.

Kedarnath is one of the twelve "Jyotirlingas" of Lord Shiva. Lying at an altitude of 3584 m at the head of river Mandakini, the shrine of Kedarnath Temple is amongst the holiest pilgrimage for the Hindus. It is 14 km from Gaurikund and can be visited via a trek route or by taking a helicopter ride from Phata.

Badrinath is situated in the lap of Nar-Narayan Parvat, with the Neelkanth peak in the background. Also known as the Badri Vishal, it is the largest and most revered among the five Badris, It is believed that Adi Guru Sri Shankaracharya, a philosopher saint of 8th century, to revive the lost prestige of Hinduism and with the goal of uniting the country in one bond, built four pilgrimage centers in four corners of India. These were Badrikashram (Badrinath temple) in the north, Rameshwaram in the south, Jagannath Puri in the east and Dwarkapuri in the west .