Shri Badrinath Ji Temple
Shri Badrinath Ji Temple
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4:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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4:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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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, India27 contributions
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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 May 24, 2022
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Ashish
Rishikesh, India547 contributions
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Sep 2020 • Friends
Om Namho Naryan Hari Hari !!!!🕉🕉🕉🕉

Ancient temple after a long years we saw together. Firstly we have to say many thanks to our Army Soliders who make us safe and free to go anywhere.

Finally we had a Live Darshan of Badri Vishal which really make us our day bright and joyful.

Late night we went their , lots of working process is still going on the road side. Most dangerous road we had ever saw.

We got cheap room near temple side and we went to temple in morning time period and door open at 7am for live darshan of Jai Badri Vishal.
Written October 2, 2020
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M&M
Doha, Qatar1,095 contributions
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May 2022 • Friends
Badrinath is a pilgrimage in Uttarakhand.
Badrinath gets its name from a tree named badri or Indian Jujube tree.
The modern Badrinath temple was established by Adi Shankaracharya in the ninth century after the old temple fell to ruin.
We arrived in the morning and were amazed to see the devotees queuing for 3 hrs… the weather was good until afternoon but slowly by 3 it started to rain… according to locals it’s happens every day.. so carry umbrella. Also it gets chilly and windy. The darshan was very quick so if you don’t know where the deity is you’ll just miss it, it’s a black color idol in the center. It’s a must visit place of you are around joshimath.
Written July 2, 2022
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Siddhartha
Kolkata (Calcutta), India1,347 contributions
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May 2022 • Friends
Sri Bardrinath Temple is a Lord Vishnu and one of destination of Chota Chardham. Temple is situated bank of Alakananda River and surrounded by Nar and Narayan mountain. The Neelkanta mountain situated in the backdrop. A hotspring is also there.  All types of hotels/ Dharamshala have been situated around this temple. We visited in the end of May. Temple is maximum 250 meters from main road that's why no need of trekking. You have to visit temple in early morning otherwise darshan will be difficult due to huge pilgrims. They also have Special Darshan ticket which is costly. you will return with positive energy.
Written June 19, 2022
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Ranjith
Kochi (Cochin), India165 contributions
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Aug 2022
Badrinath temple is a shrine for Lord Vishnu and is a part of Char Dham Yatra. This temple was re constructed by Adi Shankaracharya in 9th Century. Temple is located on the banks of river Alakananda and only opens 6 months in an year.
There is no words to describe the heavenly beauty and calmness of this place. It is highly advised that you make a pilgrimage to this temple at least once in your life.

Badrinath is reached from Rishikesh and Hardiwar and the bus ride takes about 10 & 11 hrs, respectively.Buses (both government and private) depart daily from Haridwar and Rishikesh early in the morning during the pilgrimage season.
Written January 31, 2023
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Sandeep Awasthi
Lucknow, India65 contributions
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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 November 16, 2021
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raunaq m
Kolkata (Calcutta), India11 contributions
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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 November 9, 2020
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SubhankarAD
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates47 contributions
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May 2022
On our Char Dham Yatra by Helicopter (16th to 20th May2022) on 19th May morning we left our Hotel near Phata helipad and boarded the helicopter to Badrinath. This journey is hair-raising as we move through the formidable high Himalayan ranges.

Landed at Badrinath which took more than 30min. Went to pre-booked Hotel Snowcrest which had good rooms, hot food, hot showers and a big room heater which was really necessary. The hotels are high up in the snow level of the mountain ranges and hence the cold is intense most of the time.

After lunch, we visited the Last village of India (Mana gaon). This is just before the China border starts. We could also see where the river Saraswati disappears underneath rocks while river Alakananda flows by. Then there is the Ganesh cave where the Mahabharat was written.

Thereafter we went to the temple. There is some distance to walk but it is not much. There were huge queues of devotees waiting to have darshan. Here too it can rain anytime as the weather keeps changing. We got our Puja items and had darshan and a feeling of devotion and accomplishment as this was the last of the Char Dhams. We got our prasad that can be carried back. Krishna Tulsi is a special item included in the prasad here.

Here also infrastructure development work is under progress. We went back to our hotel.
The next morning after freshening up we left for the nearby helipad for our last 1 hour trip back to Dehradun Sahastradhara helipad. This trip is also very formidable.
Written June 5, 2022
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RoadTripper Abhishek
Mumbai, India132 contributions
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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 January 8, 2021
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Bharat G
Jammu City, India237 contributions
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May 2024 • Couples
This is a spiritual place Temple of lord Vishnu. It’s gate normally opens on 12th May every year when pilgrimage can pay obeince as it remains closed during winter. We seven people visited this place on 13th May we participated in the Evening Aarti at 5.00 PM after taking bath in Tapat kund ( a hot water spring). Very amazing to take bath in just like boiling water. When gets eternal piece at this place A must visit temple
In addition to temple one must visit Mana village
Written May 31, 2024
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