Famous religious site in India
Are you looking for a famous Hindus religious site to explore yourself? Why are you thinking more about it? You may have heard about a holy place named Kedarnath temple. I would suggest you can visit there for 10 days with your loved ones and family members. You will make memories to be cherished beyond all aspects.
Uttrakhand is the north Indian state in Himalaya. Kedarnath is located at an elevation of 3583m (11,755 ft) above mean sea level. It is situated in the Rudraprayag district and the distance between two places is 50.8km. In other words, the Mandakini River flows nearby the Kedarnath temple and it originates from chorabari Glacier.
It is one of the holiest sites of Hindu pilgrims. Pandava’s established this noted temple and it is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. There is a difference of opinion behind the building of the temple. As per the record of Garhwal Vikas Nigam, Adi Sankaracharya built this temple in the eighth century. This temple is based in the state of Uttarakhand. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and this temple is also known as Panch Kedar.
Tourists visit every year for taking a test of this well-known place and it is also known as the perfect spiritual destination of Hindus.
May- June is the best time to visit. The temple authority closed this place for six months because of heavy rainfall, landslide, and hindrance. Weather may differ from time to time. On the other hand, its eye-soothing beauty of nature attracts anyone very much.
The distance between Gouri Kunda and Kedarnath is 16 km. when you cover the first 6 km, you will see Janki Chatti. Even, palanquin and pony services have become popular. Local people earn money based on it. On the other hand, helicopter services are available from Gourikunda to Kedarnath and Kedarnath to Gourikunda.