Do Dham Yatra comprises Badrinath Kedarnath tour and Yamnotri Gangotri tour. The yatra has spiritual and religious importance The Badrinath Kedarnath Temple tour expands over eight Days and begins from New Delhi and going further to Haridwar, Guptkashi, Kedarnath, Rudraprayag, Badrinath, and Rudraprayag. The Do Dham Yatra covering Gangotri Yamunotri Temple Tour expands over seven Days and begins from New Delhi and going further Haridwar, Barkot, Syanachatti, Yamunotri, Barkot, Uttarkashi, and Gangotri.
The Do Dham Yatra is considered to be the spiritual bliss for those who want to break from the clutches of mundane life and want to come close to divinity. The pilgrimage will take the pilgrims through the mesmerizing climes and gives the view of the snow covered mountains. Do Dham yatra is one of its kind as it not only provides spiritual bliss but also brings in the element of adventure. Therefore, the pilgrims apart from seeking the blessings of various gods and goddesses also get the opportunity to explore white water rafting and tracking.
Char Dham Yatra is revered pilgrimage which is undertaken by the Hindu devotees every year for the purpose of getting the spiritual ordainment and with the purpose of attaining freedom from the vicious circles of life. However for the devotees who have time constraint, and cannot complete the Chardham yatra with all the fervor and religiousness, should definitely go for Do Dham yatra.
Badrinath Kedarnath Dham:
Badrinath & Kedarnath are strategically located in the pristine environs of great Himalayas. Badrinath is holy seat to Lord Vishnu and located in Garhwal hilly region, whereas Kedarnath lies adjacent to holy Mandakni River. The most significant spot of Char Dham Yatra, Badrinath shine is holy place to seek blessings of Lord Badri or, manifestation of Lord Vishnu Lord Vishnu and close to holy place enshrines Lord Vishnu’s rest place located in mountain ranges of Nar & Narayana. Kedarnath, which is an abode to Lord Shiva and the pilgrims need to trek for 13 kms. for reaching the holy shrine. Pilgrims will find it completely revitalizing to take holy batch in the sacred hot water springs namely Tapt Kund and Surya Kund. Badrinath Kedarnath Yatra takes seven to eight days to complete.
Gangotri Yamunotri Dham:
The Gangotri which is holy seat of Goddess Shakti Ganga is strategically situated in magnificent Himalayan region where it originates. The Yamunotri Dham is holy place dedicated to Goddess of Shakti Yamuna and there is temple dedicated to Goddess. Gangotri and Yamunotri attract the Hindu pilgrims every year. Gangotri is known for its green and highly dense alpine forest range interspersed with green valleys, Yamunotri offer rich and resplendent scenic beauty of the cascades of snow capped mountains. The prasadam made in 55 C hot water spring is craved for, by the pilgrims who visit Yamunotri. Gangotri Yamunotri Yatra takes six days to complete.