Shri Badrinath Ji Temple

Shri Badrinath Ji Temple

Shri Badrinath Ji Temple
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4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
About
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.
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Makar
Ghaziabad, India25 contributions
May 2022
After coming back from Kedarnath we started for Badrinath morning 10 AM; road before Badrinath last 30 km was very bad; due to landslide we had to sleep in vehicle just 20 km before badrinath. Morning 5 am road got opened and we reach badrinath at 7am; weather was pleasant and management at Badrinath was better than of Kedarnath. we got darshan at 11.30 and we left Badrinath at 1PM to came back to Srinagar at around 8.30 to stay. and then started next morning to Delhi. Please take your own vehicle only if its in Best condition and you are very confident, Be ready for surprises and keep stock of Food and water.
Written 24 May 2022
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SRINIVAS_21
London, UK18 contributions
Oct 2021
Badrinath dham sourrounded by Himalayas and on the banks of river Alaknanda.

Jai Badri Vaishal, if I am given a chance I will stay here forever.
Can't express the feeling of visiting Badrinath mandir in words. It's once in lifetime experience.
Written 26 November 2021
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Sandeep Awasthi
Lucknow, India68 contributions
Nov 2021
The only way to reach the temple is stairs. The temple managemnet doesn't bother to think about old and disbaled devotees who can't climb so many stairs. Wheel chair accessibility and ramp are missing. The entry points are too narrow and create artificial crowding even on lean days.
Written 16 November 2021
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Nalam Prasad
Mumbai, India15 contributions
Oct 2021
I have experienced one of my finest mesmerising movements of life here. Temple administration is good -- it is enforcing wearing mask, not allowing photos and treating pilgrims with due respect
Written 13 November 2021
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NITIN V
6 contributions
Oct 2021
Beautiful location , very good system at the entrance of the temple. they are very alert for covid protocol
Written 30 October 2021
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Dhiraj Shridhar
3 contributions
Jun 2020 • Solo
I Energizer to Jhanda Chowk, Kotdwar

201 km

Noida sector 10
Modinagar
Khatauli
Bijnor
Kiratpur
Nazibabad
Kotdwar

Day 2
Jhanda Chowk to Badrinath

324 km

Jhanda Chowk
Gumkhal
Satpuli
Pauri
Srinagar
Rudraprayag
Gauchar
Karnaprayag
Nandprayag
Chamoli
Joshimath
Vishnuprayag
Govind Ghat
Hanuman Chatti
Badrinath Temple

Badrinath to Mana Village

5 km

Last village of India
Last tea shop of India
Ved Vyas Gufa
Ganesh Gufa
Bhim Pul
Saraswati originating point

Mana Village to Srikot

240 km

Same route

Srikot to New Delhi

368 km

Srikot
Pauri
Satpuli
Sidh bali mandir, Kotdwar
Nazibabad
Kiratpur
Bijnor
Khatauli
Sardhana
Kurali
New Delhi
Written 15 March 2021
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RoadTripper Abhishek
Mumbai, India138 contributions
Jun 2020
There is enough and more written about Badrinath. Suffice to say, whether you are driven by faith, curiosity or just happen to be visiting it, you won’t come away disappointed!

Several years after I visited Badrinath, I happened to read a commentary on the life and works of Adi Shankaracharya. The Metaphysical side of the treatise aside, it has a mention that Shankaracharya found the statue of Badrinarayan (the deity of Badrinath) submerged in the Alaknanda river. He retrieved the idol and installed it at the temple. The temple itself at that time was an abandoned Buddhist shrine, WHICH was the original Badrinath temple. Apparently, the idol was hidden in the river to protect against raiders. Shankaracharya was aware of this fact since there is a mention of the temple in the Skanda Puran and the Vishnu Puran.

In the mid 30’s, British historians had dated the Ramayan to be around 2000 years old. Acharya Chandrashekharendra Saraswati, the then seer of the Kanchi mutth had famously congratulated them saying: ‘If you keep persevering, I am sure you will find the true age of the Ramayana’. Point is, the Purans predate the Ramayan by several centuries (if you believe Western historians) or millennia (if you believe Hindu mythology). Either ways, the Badrinath shrine is way older than what we’ve been told!
Written 8 January 2021
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Indira K S
Bengaluru, India42 contributions
Nov 2020
We visited here in Nov 2020. The place is good and the temple is beautiful. It has a Hot spring. Lot of shops around. Temple is closed in the noon for Bhog and reopns at 5pm. You can visit in the evening too. The place is lively with lot of shops and eateries.
Places to visit are Charan Paduka. Mana village is the last village before Tibet border and is 3kms away form temple. In Mana, you can visit Vyas Gufa, Ganesh Gufa, Bheem Tal, Saraswathi falls & temple. Vasundhara falls is 5kms away & should be trekked.
Written 30 November 2020
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chandan kumar de
Howrah, India61 contributions
Nov 2020
This temple is one of CHOTA CHARDHAM YATRA as well as CHARDHAM YATRA. A HOLY PLACE & can be accacable by car from mid April to DIWALI. Performed TARPAN at MARKANDEO Kunda adjacent to the temple.
Written 27 November 2020
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raunaq m
Kolkata (Calcutta), India11 contributions
Oct 2020
Recently my mother and aunt visited Shri Badrinath Ji temple, as a part of their Chardham Yatra. It was a great experience for them. They had started in Delhi with a rental car. The gentleman Rahul Gupta, who was both their driver and guide for the tour was really helpful. His contact numbers are 7895149799, 8191905851. He was covid conscious and had conducted the tour by keeping in mind all the safety precautions, which actually helped my mother and aunt enjoy the trip with great ease
Written 9 November 2020
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