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Legend

Adi Shankara was one of the leading proponents and philosophers of Hinduism. He traveled along the stretch of the country inspiring people with his convictions and beliefs. With the aim of continuing his teachings as well as propagating his doctrines, he established four monasteries in the four corners of the country. Shankara taught that from these four points, the soul could escape the cycle of rebirth and attain 'moksha'. Over the years, this ...View more

Purpose

Visiting the four pilgrimage sites is considered highly sacred and a way to attain moksha or salvation. Hindus complete this Yatra in staunch belief that it would wash away their sins and guide in their journey to find redemption.

Yatra Preparations

While Puri, Dwaraka and Rameshwaram are on the low lying areas near the sea, Badrinath shrine is located at a height of 3133 mts above sea level where the passage can get tedious. It is advisable to get a thorough physical check up before the journey. It is recommended to improve your fitness with regular exercise. Get regular weather updates as the climate in the Himalayas can change drastically. It is suggested to have a BSNL number as these work even in the higher altitudes.

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Area Covered

Uttarakhand, Orissa, Tami Nadu, Gujarat
Language spoken :- Hindi, Oriya, Tamil, Gujarati

Auspicious Days

Each of these sites have special festivals associated with the deity of worship in the place. Rathayatra at Puri, Shivratri at Rameshwaram, Janmashtami at Dwaraka are some of the major festivals of these temples. Badrinath temple closes after Vijayadashami and will be opened only in summer.

Best time to Travel

While Puri, Dwaraka and Rameshwaram can be visited anytime of the year, the best time for visiting Badrinath is May to June, and September to October.
For the Char Dham Yatra, months of September and October are recommended since it avoids the summer of the coasts as well as the winter of the mountain terrain.
It is prudent to avoid the monsoon season.

Darshan Info Clock Duration

16-18 days

Travel will be by flight or trains to the nearest city and then by bus.

Pilgrimaide Travel Package Details

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Char Dham Yatra package is planned for  14 Nights/ 15 Days

Package includes accommodation on twin sharing basis, breakfast and dinner, transfers and sight seeing as per plan in A/C car, all toll tax parking, fuel and driver allowances, all applicable hotel and transport taxes, GST.


Package tour starts from Delhi and the route would be as follows:-


Delhi - Bhubneshwar - Puri - Konark - Bhubneshwar - Mumbai - Jamnagar - Dwarka - Somnath - Jamnagar - Mumbai - Madurai - Chennai - Madurai - Delhi - Haridwar - Guptkashi - Kedarnath - Rudraprayag - Badrinath - Srinagar - Rishikesh and Delhi


Trip Highlights are given below:-


Offer prayers at Jagannath Ji Temple, Enjoy darshan at Dwarikadhish Temple, Arati at Rameshwaram Temple,  Badrinath Sight Seeing, Visit the Sun temple Konark, Visit Somnath Temple, Ganga Arai at Haridwar, Explore attractions of Rishikesh

Travel Method

Travel will be by flight or trains to the nearest city and then by bus.

Crowd Expected

The road to Badrinath can get quite crowded and a very large number of people throng the temple during the peak season.

Festivals

Each of these sites have special festivals associated with the deity of worship in the place. Rathayatra at Puri, Shivratri at Rameshwaram, Janmashtami at Dwaraka are some of the major festivals of these temples. Badrinath temple closes after Vijayadashami and will be opened only in summer.

Must Haves

This Yatra passes through drastically different terrains of India and hence will have completely contrasting conditions. While light cotton clothing is recommended for the shrines in the coastal areas, in the higher altitudes of Badrinath woollens will be needed. Make sure you have the needed medications to aid in the rugged Himalayan terrain. Dehydration salt packets, light snacks, sunscreen, first aid kit, general medications like antibiotics, antiseptic creams etc should be carried in the daypack.

Health Awarness

The Yatra literally covers the length and breadth of the country and hence can get exhausting especially on the higher altitudes of Badrinath. Those having altitude sickness, fear of heights etc should consult a doctor before undertaking the trip. Those suffering from cardiac ailments, asthma etc should make sure to have proper treatments before heading for the trip.

Climate

The climate varies from one part of the country to another. The coastal regions have hot summers with temperatures in the high thirties, while Badrinath has pleasant summers. June-Aug is the monsoon season and witnesses heavy rainfall. Sept-Nov is the ideal time to travel with the temperatures cooling down in the coasts. However, the temperatures tend to go below 10 degree Celsius in Badrinath as the winter approaches.

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