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Places to See

The following are the places of excursion around Badrinath. Read on to find out more about the excursions around Badrinath.

Panch Shilas
Panch Shilas include Narad Shila, Varaha Shila, Garura Shila, Markandeya Shila and Narsingh Shila and it is located not too far away from Badrinath.

Panch Dharas
Panch Dharas involve Prahalad Dhara, Kurma Dhara, Urbasi Dhara, Bhrigu Dhara and Indra Dhara.

Narad Kund
Narad Kund, located in Badrinath is the pool from where the Badrinath idol was recovered. This place is considered to be an excellent recreational spot as well because it provides some outstanding environment and views for the tourists and pilgrims who visit Narad Kund.

Brahma Kapal
Brahma Kapal is a flat platform situated on the bank of river Alaknanda where Hindus perform rites for their deceased ancestors. This place is dedicated to the deity Lord Brahma. Brahma Kapal is being visited by quite a number of visitors each year who come and pay homage to their loved ones.

Charanpaduka is another beautiful rock, which is located some 3 kilometers away from the Badrinath temple in Chamoli district, Uttarkhand. The rock located here grabs the attention of the tourists all around the world. It is said that this rock holds the footmarks of Lord Vishnu.

Yogadhyan Badri
The temple of Yogadhyan Badri is located at Pandukeshwar, 24 km short of Badrinath on Rishikesh-Badrinath highway. It is one of the five badris and is located at an altitude of 1,920 m. The temple is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu. According to legends, Pandu, father of the Pandavas, meditated here and was blessed by Vishnu.

Bhavishya Badri
Located at Subain near Tapovan about 17 km east of Joshimath is Bhavishya Badri. The temple of Bhavishya Badri is surrounded by dense forests. Pilgrims trek beyond Tapovan, up the Dhauliganga River to reach Bhavishya Badri.

Bridha Badri
About 7 km short of Joshimath, on the main Rishikesh- Badrinath motor road, Bridha Badri is located. It is believed that Badrinath was worshipped here before it was transformed into a shrine by Shankarachary.. The temple of Bridha Badri is open throughout the year.

Adi Badri
Adi Badri is also one of five Badris and is situated quite far from the other four and is approachable from Karnaprayag by a motorable road on way to Ranikhet. It is located about seventeen kilometers from Karanprayag on the Karanprayag, Ranikhet road. One can find a group of sixteen temples that belong to the Gupta period, at Adi Badri.

The Valley of Flowers
It is a 19 km. trek from Govindghat and lies is on the main route to Badrinath. The Valley has been declared as National Park. Camping has been regulated here. River Pushpawati flows through the Valley. Valley of Flowers is a beautiful meadow where one can find beautiful flowers all around. Not only flowers, this place is also full of enchanting views and wildlife as well.

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