Badrinath is one of the most divine pilgrimage routes in India, located on the Himalayan hillside paths about 10,248 feet above sea level at the confluence of Rishi Ganga and Alakhnanda. To visit the temple, dedicated or tourists traverse the towering Mäkinen terrain, cliffs and curves, surrounded by scenic sights. Before entering the temple, it is customary to bathe in a natural source of hot water – Tapt Kund, which is said to wash away all sins and purify the soul.
Lord Vishnu one of the most legendary temples in Badrinath, had made a strict atonement in this place. During her intensive meditation, she also includes Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand. Starting from Yamunotr, Gangotr and Kedarnath, Badrinath is the last and celebrated stop on the Garhwal Himalayan pilgrimage.
Badrinath is the city’s most important temple and is linked to the legend that Lord Shankara found a black stone image of Lord Badrinarayan here on the Alaknanda River. Badrinath Dham is easily accessible by motorway and Badrinath Temple can be reached by walking along easy hiking. About 3 km from Badrinath is Mana Indian Village