A Complete Complete Guide to Kedarnath Yatra

Hello guys, welcome to the ThExplorerGuides blog. So, today in this article I am going to tell you about Kedarnath Yatra. So in Char Dham, the Kedarnath is one of the Dhams. The other three are Badrinath Dham, Gangotri Dham, Yamnotri Dham. So today we are talking about all things on Kedarnath Yatra. Here we will discuss A Complete Complete Guide to Kedarnath Yatra.

It is a spiritual place and not only the whole Char Dham is a spiritual place. The Kedarnath Dham is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is at an altitude of 3583 meters above sea level. And located in Garhwal Himalaya.

So guys, if you are getting ready for a trip to Char Dham or Kedarnath Yatra, read this article at the end because I am going to tell you all about Kedarnath Yatra. Means A Complete Complete Guide to Kedarnath Yatra.

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So guys, like I told you before, Kedarnath temple is located in Garhwal Himalayas in Rudraprayag beach. Rudraprayag is the district of Uttrakhand. The temple of Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva. And this temple and other temples of Char Dham are very famous and religious temples all over India.

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From all over India, tourists come in the month between May and October and visit Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamnotri means they are doing Char Dham Yatra. But Kedarnath is one of the most famous pilgrimage sites among all the Char Dham Yatras.

If I am talking about the history of this temple then this temple is made by Guru Sri Adi Shankracharya. And this temple is said to be around 1000 years old. So you can think of the religious and spiritual power of this temple.

Kedarnath temple is open every year, the yatra starts from April to October. This Yatra only lasts 6 months because in winter there was very heavy rains and the road was blocked, that is why the temple is only open for 6 months. Therefore the Maha Abhishek pooja in Kedarnath starts at 4:00 am. And from 4 a.m. the temple is open until 9 p.m.. Maha Abhishek Pooja is only for 3 hours means start from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m..

History of the temple of Kedarnath ( Kedarnath Yatra)

The history of this religious temple in Kedarnath began during the Mahabharat era when the Pandavs killed their cousin brother Kauravs. The story is very long but I will try to explain it briefly. So when the Pandavas killed Kauravas after feeling sorry for him. I mean they’re guilty of not having to do this.

Then they all seek Lord Shiva to forgive them. But Lord Shiva does not want to forgive them easily. So Lord Shiva disguised himself or became a bull. Then Lord Shiva or the bull discovered by the Pandavs when they were divided into the earth. Then Bhim tries to catch the bull, but he can only catch the bull with his mace. And then the bull divides into 5 parts and falls in different places.

So depending on the elderly or Mahatmas and Sadhu that the body parts of this bull appeared in 5 places on earth. And one of the parts of this bull was founded in Kedarnath and the other 4 are in Tuganath, Mahabaleshwar, Rudranath, Kalpeshwar and these 5 places are known as Panch Kedar. This is why their Kedarnath temple was built and the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

And not only in Kedarnath also in Panch Kedar. Means that Kedarnath is divided into 5 places called Panch Kedar. I will then give you the information on Panch Kedar.

Places to visit around Kedarnath

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So guys, in Kedarnath, not only the temple of Kedarnath is the place to visit or pray. There are many religious places near the Kedarnath where you can pray or there are also places to enjoy. In the sense that the landscape and nature of these places are too beautiful. So let’s talk about these places too.

Panch Kedar

So, as I told you before, Kedarnath is divided into 5 other places. So it’s called Panch Kedar. And it consists of Tuganath, Mahabaleshwar, Rudranath, Kalpeshwar and the main one is Kedarnath temple. These temples are also located at the top of the Himalayas and they are also covered in snow.

People who visit Kedar Khand will definitely pray in all of these temples. So if you are visiting Kedar Khand, don’t forget to pray in all the temples or at Panch Kedar.

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Gauri Kund

This place is a beautiful place because there is some type of pond or hot water tank. Here you can take a holy dip. It is the best place to relax. After a long trip to Kedarnath. The view from this place is very impressive. This place is on the road to Kedarnath but now the route is changed. But you can visit here and take a holy bath or a dip.

Adi Shankracharya Samadhi

As I told you before, Kedarnath temple was built by Sri Adi Shankracharya for 1000 years. There, at that place, they take or reach Samadhi. So there a temple was built. Also visit to pray or sit in peace and pay homage.

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<p>So guys, I hope you like this article and understand the story and everything I have told you about Kedarnath.  So make a plan because Char Dham Yatra will start in April.  But this time, I think the COVID-19 government has not opened this Yatra.  It’s not confirmed but it’s humor or prediction.</p>
<p>So I’ll see you in the next article.  Meanwhile, you keep visiting our blog and keep exploring.</p>
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