Uttarakhand Taxi Service provides the best Chardham Yatra Tours will Comfortable Cabs. Devebhoomi Uttarakhand has four Dhams known as Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. Chardham yatra is a Special four abodes Himalaya Collectively as referred to as Chardham yatra. Every dham has its own history and has important values in the heart of Hindus. UTS book anytime a taxi in Dehradun. UTS Provide all types of Cabs as your demand for ac and non-ac.To get know more Knowledge with Chardham yatra destinations and Temples below :
Badrinath is a very famous temple in Uttarakhand it is Located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand in northern India. The most attraction of Badrinath Dham is the one meter tall statue of Vishnu in the form of Lord Badrinarayan which is cast in black “Shaligram” stone. The Himalayan town occupies a place on the banks of the River Alaknanda and is located at an altitude of 3,133 m above sea level. Badrinath shrine is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, considered to be the preserve of the universe in the Hindu mythology. There are no historical records as such in the temple origins back to Vedic Period. The structure was restored in the 19th century by the royal houses of Scindia & Holkar. The temple complex at Badrinath 15 idols, wonderfully carved out of black stone.
Kedarnath has the remotest location, a 2-day journey from Gangotri in Uttarakhand. Kedarnath mandir is a Hindu temple is Known as Lord Shiva. The temple town of Kedarnath is snuggled up at an altitude of 3,584 m above sea level. Kedarnath Temple is one of the highest telweve jyotrings of Lord Shiva in Uttrakhand state. The shrine of Kedarnath is at the source of the Mandakini River, near the Indo-Chinese border. The ideal time to visit Kedarnath is anytime between the months of May and October.
Gangotri is a town in Nagar panchayat in Uttarkashi district. Uttarkashi famous temple is Gangotri dham. Tucked away in the Garhwal hills, Gangotri shrine draws in lakhs of tourists from all parts of the world every year. One of the Chardham destinations, Gangotri lies at an elevation of 3,048 m above sea level. Gangotri is the origin in river gangs.. Gangotri is located at a distance of 300 km from Dehradun in the state of Uttarakhand. The ideal time to pay a visit here is between the months of April and November while the temple remains open for devotees between May and November. Summers are cool and winters are freezing cold. If you are traveling here in winter, do remember to be equipped with necessary clothing. Gangotri is the holy river in Gomukh is a 19m trek From Gangotri.
Yamunotri is the source of the Yamuna River and That seat of the Goddess Yamuna in Hinduism. It is the source of the holy river Yamuna and can be reached from popular towns like Rishikesh, Haridwar or Dehradun. The temple at Yamunotri is at a distance of 6 km from Hanuman Chatti, a small town in the Garhwal Himalayas. Visitors can cover this stretch either by taking a pony/ horse ride or by hiring palanquins. The Yamunotri shrine is also quite close to the Indo-Chinese border. Between the months of May and October, Yamunotri invites hordes of tourists as well as pilgrims from across the globe. Yamunotri is a temple is located in Uttarkashi district in Uttarakhand. Hindus believe that it is the site where resided the ancient sage named Asit Muni. Hot springs closely located from Yamunotri are a must-see for every visitor. The hot water of the springs is also used by devotees to prepare rice and potatoes to be offered at the Yamunotri shrine. Yamunotri is magnificent, subjugated by mind stilling views of craggy peaks and intense forests.