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Revive and Cleanse your Soul with Char Dham from Bangalore

Author: Rishikesh Tourism India
by Rishikesh Tourism India
Posted: May 07, 2020

Char Dham Yatra or Chota char Dham Yatra is significant in Hindu mythology as it is said that the one who visits these four Dhams seeking blessings of gods and goddesses goes to heaven after leaving this materialistic world. Char Dham is devoted to lord shiva, lord Vishnu and goddesses Ganga and Yamuna, the myriad of pilgrims from around the world come here to seek blessings. Badrinath temple, Kedarnath temple, Gangotri and Yamunotri are four pilgrimages of Char Dham Yatra, located on various locations of Himalayas. The Char Dham Yatra tour gives you the profound insight of Hindu religion and beliefs that has been nurturing Hinduism from ages, pilgrims have been visiting these sacred places for many years. Hinduism is one of the most ancient cultures of the world and these places give a brief knowledge of Hindu mythology about life and death, heaven and hell because it is believed that the Char Dham Yatra is the way of Mukti which means relief from all materialistic sufferings and purification of souls to go to heaven. Char Dham tours from Bangalore starts from Bangalore to the Himalayas, where all gods and goddesses reside in their Dhams in the lap of gigantic and grandeur Himalayas.

Gangotri is a sacred place located on the banks of Bhagirathi and origin of Ganges, It is believed that goddess Ganga emerged here when lord shiva opened his hair locks. Bhagirath rishi brought goddess Ganga from heaven onto earth for the welfare of humanity. Another pilgrimage, Yamunotri is also devoted to the river goddess named the Yamuna who also has significance in Hindu mythology as it is believed that the Yamuna is the sister of Yumraj the god of death, and taking bath in the holy water of Yamuna prevents devotees from unnatural death and clean their sins. Two pilgrimages of char Dham Yatra is devoted to river goddesses who bless pilgrims from life and cleanse their souls from all sins. The other two pilgrimages are devoted to lord shiva and Vishnu the creators of the universe according to Hindu mythology.

Kedarnath and Badrinath both are located on the higher range of Himalayas, Kedarnath is devoted to lord shiva and it is not mentioned anywhere who built the ancient times but it is written in Skanda Purana of 7th-8th century that kedara was the place where lord shiva opened his hair locks to release goddess Ganga. Kedarnath is surrounded by glaciers, majestic mountains, and exquisite landscapes and is on the very high range of Himalayas, 11,755 ft above from sea level. Whereas Badrinath temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu who meditated at the place where the temple is constructed and goddess Lakshmi prevented storms and bad weather to protect meditating lord Vishnu by converting into a tree of Badri, Badri is kind of an edible berry specifically find here only. These four pilgrimages have profound significance in Hindu religion and culture and thousands of pilgrims come here at least once in their lifetime to seek blessing and forgiveness from gods. Char Dham tours from Bangalore takes pilgrims from south of India to north of India to provide blessing and peace of mind of the myriad of pilgrims every year.

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