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Chardham> Duration : 12 Days / 11 Nights
> Destinations covered :Delhi - Rishikesh - Hanumanchatti - Yamunotri - Jankichatti - Uttarkashi - Gangotri - Uttarkashi - Rudraprayag - Sonprayag - Kedarnath - Gandhi Sarovar - Sonprayag - Karanprayag - Badrinath - Rishikesh - Delhi

Day 01 : Delhi - Rishikesh
Upon arrive at Delhi, receive by our representative from railway station/airport and straight drive to Haridwar the first destination of Char Dham yatra, Enroute halt for Lunch, arrive Haridwar check in at Hotel. Evening visit of Ghats and excursion Hardwar visiting Mansa Devi Temple and participation in Ganges puja Overnight Stay. Hardwar or haridwar are two names for the same piece. The whole of uttrakhand is dotted with temples of vishnu & shiva. Vishnu is known as hari and shiva as har dwar means gate, and it is for this reason that this place is known as haridwar or hardwar, as it is the gateway to shri badrinath and shri kedarnath, the holy shrines of hari and har. The hindu pantheon allows freedom of worship of gods in any form. Uttarakhand abounds in shrines of gods & goddesses and haridwar from time immemorial has been the gateway to these shrines.
Rishikesh:
Rishikesh is situated on the trisection of three districts of garhwal division and most of the city lies on the right bank of the River Ganga, the place of sages is a celebrated spiritual town on the bank of ganga and is surrounded by shivalik range of the himalayas on three sides, it is said that when raibhya rishi did hard penances, god appeared by the name of hrishikesh and this area henceforth came to be known as rishikesh.

It is the starting point for the char dham pilgrimage yatra of the hindus in which char dham pilgrims go to yamunotri, gangotri, kedarnath and badrinath to seek spiritual salvation. On the way to the garhwal himalayas and the sikh shrine at hemkund sahib one passes rishikesh. Rishikesh dventurous visitors, rishikesh is the place for starting their trekking expeditions and excursions towards the himalayan peaks, 10 km upsteam at shivpuri is the site for river running, rafting activities, on the roaring white water of ganga, from October to May. The international yoga week, which attracts participation from all across the world, is held here every year from 2nd to 7th Feb. on the bank of ganga river.

Places to see
triveni ghat, lakshman jhoola, ram jhoola, bharat mandir, shivanand ashram & the divine life society)

Day 02 : Rishikesh - Hanumanchatti
Morning drive to Hanumanchatti enroute visiting Tehri famous for world famous Tehri dam. Overnight hotel.

Day 03 : Hanumanchatti - Yamunotri - Jankichatti
Morning trek to Yamunotri (14 km) after visit of the holy Shrine trek down five km to Janki Chatti . Overnight hotel. Trek to yamunotri temple (13 km).
Yamunotri
Situated at a elevation of 3235 meters above sea-level, the shrines of yamunotri is one of the tour dhams of uttakhand. The source of yamuna lies about 11 km ahead at an attitude of about 4421 meters. The approach is extremely difficult and pilgrims therefore offer pooja at the temple itself. Hanumanchatti or 5 km from jankichatti. Darshan pooja trek back or come down to jankichatti 6 km below the temple.

Day 04 : Jankichatti - Uttarkashi
After breakfast, trek nine kms . Our vehicle will pick up and drive to Uttarkashi. Overnight hotel.

Day 05 : Jankichatti - Uttarkashi
Morning drive to Gangotri. arrive Gangotri visit temple for Darhsn and Pooja, in the late afternnon drive back to Uttarkashi for Night stay.

Day 06 : Jankichatti - Uttarkashi
Morning drive to Rudraprayag. Overnight hotel.

Day 07 : Rudraprayag - Gaurikund - Trek to Kedarnath
Morning drive to Gaurikund afterwards trek to Kedarnath ( 14 kms ) thru the panoromic valley of Mandakini. The gushing sound of river and cascading waterfalls provides a romantic atmosphere for trekking.

Kedarnath Temple
An imposing sight standing in the middle of a wide plateau surrounded by snow covered peaks. The present temple built in 18th century A.D. by Adi shankaracharya, stands adjacent tot he site of earlier temple built by the pandavas. The inner walls of the assembly hall are decorated with fitures of various deitties and scenes from mythology. Outside the temple door a large statue of the nandi bull stands as guard. Dedicated to lord shiva, the exquisitely architectured, kedarnath temple is considered to be more than 1000 years old. Built of extremely large heavy and evenly cut grey slavs of stones. It evokes wonder as to how these heavy slavs had been handled in the earlier days. The temple has a "Garbha Griha" for worship and mandap appt. for assemblies of pilgrims and visitors. A concial rock formation inside the temple is worshipped as lord shiva in his sadashiva form. Rest at bunglow visit to kedarnath ji temple for aarti, darshan

Day 08 : Kedarnath - Guptkashi
After breakfast trek down to Gaurikund. Drive to Guptkashi. Overnight hotel.

Day 09 : Guptkashi/Joshimath
Morning drive to Joshimath . Overnight hotel.

Day 10 : Joshimath - Badrinath
After breakfast drive to Badrinath. Overnight hotel.

Day 11 : Badrinath - Rishikesh
Morning drive to Rishikesh enroute Enroute halt for lunch. Overnight hotel.

Day 12 : Rishikesh - Delhi
After breakfast proceed to Delhi. In the evening Garhwal HImalayan Expedition representative will provide departure transfer to International airport/Railway station to back home.
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>> About Char Dham Yatra
ChardhamChar Dham is referred to the four Hindu religious sites in Uttarakhand state of India. These are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lap of majestic Himalayas, these four sites are the epicenter of religious activity in north India. Traditionally, the Chardham yatra is undertaken from the west to the east. Thus, the yatra starts from Yamunotri, then proceeding to Gangotri and finally to Kedarnath and Badrinath.

Amongst the four Char Dhams, Yamunotri and Gangotri are dedicated to goddesses Yamuna and Ganga respectively. On the other hand, Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva while Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Moreover, people also visit Hemkund Sahib in the vicinity, which is one of the highest located religious sites in the country. Thus, pilgrims visit all these places in aspiration of washing away their sins and to attain salvation, by the blessings of the Lord.

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Tarck World>> Amarnath Yatra

Amarnath> Duration : 08 Days / 07 Nights
> Destinations covered : Delhi - Srinagar - Pahalgam - Sheshnag - Pahalgam - Panchtarni - Amarnath Cave - Panchtarni - Pahalgam - Srinagar - Delhi

Day 01 : Delhi - Srinagar
Arrive Srinagar and hop into a Houseboat. Tour the city in the Afternoon and spend the entire night in Houseboat.

Day 02 : Srinagar - Pahalgam(256kms)
Drive for Pahalgam early morning and check in tented camp.

Day 03 : Pahalgam - Sheshnag
Depart to Sheshang early Morning and camp overnight.

Day 04 : Sheshnag - Pahalgam
Depart to Panchtarni in the morning and camp overnight.

Day 05 : Panchtarni - Amarnath cave (6 kms altitude 3962mts)
Start early morning for Amarnath cave and after darshan spend the night at Panchtarni.

Day 06 : Panchtarni - Pahalgam
After Breakfast leave Panchtarni for Pahalgam and camp in tent overnight.

Day 07 : Pahalgam - Srinagar
After Breakfast Drive From Pahalgam to Srinagar and spend the night at Houseboat.

Day 08 : Srinagar - Delhi
Departure to the Airport for flight to Delhi.

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>> About Amarnath
AmarnathThe Himalayan pilgrimages are the oldest organised travel system, evolved over time by Hindu sages and embodying the spirit of wander, adventure and spirituality" Shiva, in the form of a lingam, is formed naturally of an ice - stalagmite One of the holy trinity, Shiva is a living god. The most ancient and sacred book of India, the Rig Veda evokes his presence in its hymns. Vedic myths, ritual and even astronomy testify to his existence from the dawn of time. Shiva is known to have made his home in the Himalayas. He built no house nor shelter, not for himself or his bride. He was an ascetic, and yet married; he could be both for "he was the wild god sporting in the forest or taking his ease on a cloud." Legend has it that Shiva recounted to Parvati the secret of creation in the Amarnathji cave.

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