Janki Chatti

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Devendra G
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India730 contributions
Janki Chatti - Village before yamunotri
Apr 2019
At a separation of 5 km from Yamunotri and 8 km from Hanuman Chatti, Janki Chatti is a residential area situated while in transit to Yamunotri Temple in Uttarkashi locale of Uttarakhand. Janki Chatti town is extremely renowned among sightseers who go to the district of Yamunotri. However, we stayed at the swiss tents in barkot which is 30 kms away from Janki Chatti.
Written March 26, 2020
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Prakash S
92 contributions
Yamunotri Janki Chatti
Oct 2019 • Solo
If you love beautiful scenery, you will be in for a treat of pristine beauty- green forests, rustling leaves, stark rocky mountain sides,blue skies, rippling streams and the Yamuna river as you travel towards this place. The roads are dirt tracks in many places- under construction, fourlane all-weather roads. From Jankichuuty to Yamunotri, it's an uphill climb. From height of 8600 feet to 10650 feet, 6 km distance The path is a concrete track, steep climb at places. Morning sunshine makes it bearable. Horses and palkhis carried by four hardworking youngsters paid a meagre wage can take you all the way up.
On the top, there is a hot spring and temple

A great journey.
But Uttarakhand is beautiful
Every village , town , river, mountain top, valley. Trekking will be a wonderful experience. The resorts by Riverside, under clear skies, unpolluted atmosphere and quiet amongst the sounds of forest, insects and rippling streams are exotic. Don't expect gourmet food, just basic nutrition
Written October 15, 2019
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Anjana
Mumbai, India806 contributions
Start of darshan
Sep 2019 • Friends
On starts the Yatra by Doli, horseback or walk from here

The place as a beautiful place to stay with beautiful colourful flowers. It’s a place which gives u a feel of nature close to u

Written October 7, 2019
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JASVINDER1981
Panipat, India481 contributions
Janki Chatti- Beautiful but crowded
Jun 2019 • Family
Janki Chatti is the starting point of 6km long trek to Yamunotri Dham. It is a beautiful but crowded village situated in the lap of nature. The weather is very pleasant and you can enjoy the view of lush green and snow covered peak and that of clean and Yamuna River from here.
Written June 10, 2019
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Sunil P
Jaipur District, India4 contributions
Small town insufficient lodging and other basic facilities
May 2019
This is last stop of road to Yamunotri . From here 5 km trekking to Yamunotri temple. As lakhs of Hindus travel during summer to Yamunotri temple, Jankchatti has to provide basic amenities to these Pilgrims which it cant. You have to pay rs 5000 for a basic room if you reach here in late evening. Beside all these odd this town has a beautiful natural view of Himalayas.
Written May 14, 2019
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Tanmoy B
Kolkata (Calcutta), India40 contributions
Very nice place to live a day or two
Oct 2018 • Family
Nearby Sani, Nagdevta, Sarswati, Modav Temples and nearby view of snow capped mountains will make your trip a happy one.
Written November 2, 2018
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bishtanjali906
New Delhi, India3 contributions
Memorable Spiritual Journey
Oct 2017 • Couples
It's the best option for going on trekking and hiking during your visit to Yamunotri dham. My uncle and aunt had been there in last October, Before planning the Yatra they were worried about the whole cost of trip. Then they had got a local guide Aashish contact number 9911395900 over there who had helped them for planning a whole trip under their budget.
Written September 27, 2018
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venkatesha K
Bengaluru, India717 contributions
Base camp of Yamonotri temple
May 2018 • Couples
this is the last village and base camp for trekking of long uphill to Yamunotri. Piligrims can do trekking on their own or they can opt for ponies or dholis. Basic facilities are available at this base village.
Written June 18, 2018
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Lalbahadur
Mumbai, India11,177 contributions
base of yamunotri temple
May 2017 • Family
A small town at the foothills of yamunotri temple, acts as a base for yamunotri. Pilgrims used to stay there during their yatra. There are many aashrams, hotels and lodges are there to serve pilgrims. From here , trek of yamunotri starts, which is of 5 kms. Pilgrims can do self trek, can opt ponies, palanquins or kandi to reach the temple. Government buses runs in between jankichatti and haridwar/rishikesh. One can easily reach here by road.
Written November 4, 2017
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myskybird
kolkata63 contributions
The place where Sita rested and beyond
Oct 2017
Janki Chatti is a snug little hamlet ensconced between towering rocks which seem to touch the sky. It is believed that Sita or Janaki rested here a while, hence the name. We had gone there in the beginning of October with the intention to visit Yamunotri, the source of the river Yumana .The place is not what we generally call beautiful, but it dangerously enticing. The wild, undoctored surrounding of Janki Chatti, is any adventurous destination because it leads you beyond ...We stayed at Atithi Niwas, a newly constructed property, very well located but sadly missing in basic facilities like a geyser , a proper in-home canteen. The rooms were okay, bathrooms had some construction flaws and remained water logged but the staff were helpful and did their best to give us a comfortable stay. They provided hot water in buckets in the morning but with almost no resource at their disposal what better could they do! The GMVN rest house would have been our first choice but it was closed for renovation. I would suggest that the owner of Atithi Niwas should have waited for completion of the hotel before launching it.
Written November 2, 2017
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