Kedarnath Temple To Reopen To Devotees On May 17, Badrinath On May 18
The portals of Kedarnath Temple will be reopened for devotees on May 17, a spokesperson of the Uttarakhand Char Dham Devasthanam Management Board said on Thursday. The idol of Lord Shiva will be moved out of its winter abode at Ukhimath's Omkareshwar temple on May 14. The famous temple will reopen for devotees at 5 am on May 17. The temple was closed on November 16 last year.
Badrinath Temple, which was closed on November 19, will reopen to devotees on May 18, the spokesperson said.
Gangotri and Yamunotri temples will reopen on May 14.
The Char Dham Yatra will begin this year after the reopening of the four temples.
The portals of the four famous Himalayan shrines -- Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri -- are opened every year between April and May after a six-mont...
Badrinath Opening 2021: Badrinath Will Open From May 18
Badrinath Opening 2021 Date: The doors of the world famous Shri Badrinath Dham will open on 18 May this year. On this date, the doors of Badrinath will be opened for devotees at 4:15 pm. On Basant Panchami, the pilgrim priests of the royal family at Narendra Nagar announced the opening of the doors of Badrinath Dham on Tuesday with full rituals and worship. The opening of the doors of Shri Badrinath Dham has been announced by the Tehri Naresh Manujendra Shah from the Narendra Nagar Raj Mahal.
The Chardham Devasthanam Board quoted sources as saying that the doors of Baba Badrinath Dham dedicated to Lord Vishnu will be opened at Brahma Muhurta at 4.15 pm on the scheduled date. Let me tell you that on November 19, the doors of Badrinath were closed during the winter. Every year the doors o...
Uttarakhand Tourism To Train Spotlight On Ancient Temples
Uttarakhand Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj is keen to develop the ancient temples in the state and promote tourism around the same. He conducted a meeting with the Uttarakhand Tourism Board (UTDB) to discuss the same as well as the possibility of developing a temple circuit for tourists. He also expressed that he would soon be getting in touch with imminent Bollywood filmmakers and urge them to make films and projects that are centered around Uttarakhand's famous personalities.
It has to be noted that religious tourism is a major source of revenue for the state tourism industry. More so since Uttarakhand is also home to the much-revered Char Dhams; Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri, the four central points for the followers of Hinduism. In addition, the state also has a ...
Chardham Yatra 2020: Teerth Purohits Demand Not To Start Yatra Before 30th June, Administration Prepares
Char Dham Tirtha Purohit Haq Hukukdhari Mahapanchayat has said that the state government should not start the Char Dham Yatra before June 30 in any case. By sending a letter to CM and Tourism Secretary Dilip Javalkar, the Mahapanchayat has also demanded the cancellation of the Devasthanam Board.
The Mahapanchayat considered the government's decision to start the Char Dham Yatra from June 8 through video conference. Mahapanchayat President Krishnakant Kothiyal, General Ministers Harish Dimri, Laxminarayan, Jagmohan Uniyal, Jamuna Prasad, Rajeev Semwal, Durga Prasad Bhatt and other officials attended the video conference. At the same time, the administration is preparing to start the journey. Shells are being made for social distancing in Badrinath Dham
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Uttarakhand: Chardham Yatra Will Begin From June 8, Know What Special Attention Will Be Taken
The Uttarakhand government said on Tuesday that the Chardham Yatra will begin in a limited way from June 8. Madan Kaushik, the state cabinet minister and spokesperson of the state government, said, "We are preparing to start the Chardham Yatra from June 8". After talking to the governments, it will also be opened for pilgrims and tourists from other states.
Madan Kaushik said, "We are preparing to start the Chardham Yatra. We will start it in limited numbers after 8 June. The Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri temples located in the high Himalayan regions of Uttarakhand have opened a month and a half ago but they have not yet been opened for devotees due to the Corona crisis. This will be the first time that pilgrims are deprived of the sight of Char Dham due t...