My trip to Badrinath Temple

Badrinath Temple

Badrinath Temple

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I’m Dinesh Singh Rawat. This is my personal blog, more about me is written in about tag.. I’ve created this so that I can Interact and share with you people all across the World. I know you all are very sweet. 🙂

Few months back I went to a trip to Badrinath Temple with my family. We went to many religious places like Haridwar, Rishikesh and many other places…I’ve snapped few pictures with my Camera. 🙂 SONY CYBERSHOT DSC-W35 7.2

Badrinath temple is one of the main tourist attractions in Uttaranchal. The temple is surrounded by two ranges named ‘Nar’ and ‘Narayan’. The holy temple is surrounded by the mountain ranges and the nearest peak is called ‘Neelkantha’ peak. This temple is regarded as ‘the abode of Lord Vishnu’. The name Badrinath is derived from the local word ‘badri’ which means berries. The temple is situated at a height of 3,133 meters and the route is pretty difficult but it is the faith that makes the pilgrims travel across these hilly roads and reach to the temple.

The temple stands on the banks of river Alakananda. The thermal spring near the temple is one of the main attractions and it is here that the tourists freshen up, before going for the ‘Puja’

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2 responses to “My trip to Badrinath Temple

  1. The area near to Badrinath is referred to as Badari or Badarikasram बद्रीकाश्रम. It is a place sacred to Vishnu.
    The name VISHNU can express as vis means “to pervade” and a suffix nu means “the All-Pervading One”.

    Badrinath has also been eulogised as “Bhu Vaikunta” means if a person visit to this spritual place they visit to “Vaikuntha”.

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