The majestic Kedarnath Temple, cupped by lofty and stunning peaks of the Gharwal Himalayas, is set in the beautiful Mandakini valley at an attitude of 3,581 m. Kedarnath is Lord Shiva's territory. The Temple is believed to have been built by the Pandavas, as a tribute to Lord Shiva, who forgave them for killing their brothers (Kauravas) after an exciting chase through the Himalayas.
The shrine at kedarnath is the highest of the 12 ‘Jyotirlingas‘ located in different parts of India. It closes on the day after Diwali on ‘Bhaiya Duj’ for six months when the Puja of Sri Kedarnath is performed by the Ukimath priests at the Omkareshwar temple.
Recreational An enchanting cultural evening in Yamunotri with folk dances of Rawai (a place near Yamunotri). An evening aarti by a local priest at Joshimath. Short walks and bonfire in Gangotri Valley. A picnic lunch at Chopta and a trek to Tungnath. A traditional welcome with a steamed towel awaiting you on your arrival at the camps.
Location : The Chardham Camps ensures optimum comfort for the esteemed pilgrims of the Chardham yatra. These luxurious camps are available for those undertaking a Badrinath tour, Kedarnath tour, Gangotri or Yamunotri tour.
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