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Badrinath Dhaam



Badrinath Dhaam


Badri to Mata Murti road, Badrinath, Uttarakhand 246422

Badrinath Dham is a very important place for Hindus. Badrinath temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Lord Vishnu had meditated here for a very long time, and since then the part of Lord Vishnu resides in this Dham. Devotees believe that visiting Badrinath Dham brings spiritual happiness and liberation. Badrinath Dham is part of the Char Dham Yatra along with Yamunotri, Gangotri, and Kedarnath. Pilgrims have to undertake an arduous journey to reach Badrinath, surrounded by mountains and situated next to the Alaknanda River. Due to extreme snowfall, the Badrinath temple opens in summer, and there is a vibrant festival called "Badri-Kedar" in which people come from all over the world and participate with great enthusiasm and devotion. There is also a hot water spring called "Tapt Kund" near Badrinath Dham, which is believed to have healing powers. By visiting Badrinath Dham, one gets the blessings of Lord Vishnu and along with freedom from all diseases, one gets freedom from family troubles and obstacles.

Mythological History:

Badrinath or Badrinarayan Temple is a Hindu temple located on the banks of the Alaknanda River in the Chamoli district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu and is one of the most sacred places in the religion, the Char Dhams. It is an ancient temple. There is evidence of its construction in the 7th and 9th century. After the name of the temple, the city situated around it is also called Badrinath. Geographically, this place is located in the Garhwal region, amidst the high peaks of the Himalayan range, at an altitude of 3,133 meters (10,279 ft) above sea level. Due to the harsh weather conditions of the Himalayan region during the winter season, the temple remains open only for a limited period of six months of the year (from late April to early November). The Badrinath temple houses the deity "Badrinarayan", a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. " is worshipped. Here, there is a 1 meter (3.3 ft) long statue of him made of Shaligram, which is believed to have been installed by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century after taking it out of the nearby Narad Kund. This idol is considered by many Hindus as one of the eight Swayam Vyakta Kshetras (self-manifested images) of Vishnu. Although, this temple is located in North India,

There is also a popular story on the origin of the name Badrinath, which is as follows - Sage Narad once came to Kshirsagar to see Lord Vishnu, where he saw Mother Lakshmi pressing his feet. When astonished Narad asked the Lord about it, Lord Vishnu, stricken wit. Then it started snowing a lot. Lord Vishnu was completely immersed in snow. Seeing his condition, Goddess Lakshmi's heart was moved and she stood near Lord Vishnu took the form of a badri tree, and started bearing all the snow on herself.h guilt, went to the Himalayas to perform penance. When Lord Vishnu was engrossed in penance in Yogadhyan's posture. Mother Lakshmiji engaged in rigorous penance to protect Lord Vishnu from sun, rain, and snow. Many years later, when Lord Vishnu completed his penance, he saw that Goddess Lakshmi was covered with snow. So seeing the penance of Goddess Lakshmi, he said, "O Goddess! You too have performed penance equal to me, hence from today I will be worshiped along with you at this Dham and because you have protected me in the form of the Badri tree, from today onwards I will be known as Badri's Nath-Badrinath."

According to mythological folklore, Badrinath and the entire area around it was once situated as Shiva Bhoomi (Kedarkhand). When the river Ganga descended on earth, it divided into twelve streams, and the stream flowing through this place became famous by the name of Alaknanda. According to the belief, when Lord Vishnu was searching for a suitable place for his meditation, he liked this place near Alaknanda very much. Near Neelkanth mountain, Lord Vishnu incarnated in the form of a child and started crying. Hearing his cry, Mother Parvati's heart was moved, and she came near the child and tried to console him, and the child asked her for a place to meditate. This holy place is currently well known by the name of Badrivishal.


The half-figure of the god: Bhavishya Badri is situated at a distance of 6 miles from Joshimath on the road leading to Kailash. There is a stone near the temple here. If you look carefully at this rock, half the figure of God is visible. When this shape takes full form, then the benefit of the darshan of Badrinath will be achieved here only.

Temple Timing: 

Sunday 06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM, 

Monday 06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,

Tuesday 06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,

Wednesday 06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,

Thursday  06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,

Friday  06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,

Saturday  06:00AM–12:00PM, 04:00–09:00PM,








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