Bhavishya Badri - The Panch Badri


Bhavishya Badri

Bhavishya Badri

30 June / 4:56 PM

The Bhavishya Badri is at a distance of about 17 kms. east of Joshimath on Joshimath-Lata-Malari route, amidst the thick forests surrounding Tapovan. Pilgrims trek beyond Tapovan up the Dhauliganga River to reach this holy place. The idol of Narsimha (the god with the head of lion) is enshrined here. Visitors pass the serene Tapovan a place known for its hot water springs en route to the banks of the Dhauliganga, and on to the shrine.


What the History says

It is believed that a day will come when the present route to the Badrinath will be inaccessible and the Lord Badrinath will be worshipped here. This is why the place is called Bhavishya (future) Badri. It is believed that when the Nar and Narayan peeks will come closer to each other, way to Badrinath will be closed.


Best time to visit

The ideal time or peak season to go for a Char Dham Yatra is from May to October, except monsoons. This is because; all the four sacred sites are perched in Garhwal Himalayas, which is prone to heavy snowfall. As a result, all the passage leading to the shrines are blocked. Moreover, during the monsoon season, there is undue threat of having landslides, which can further disrupt the journey. For safety reasons, the gates of the temples are also closed for this period of time and the idols are shifted to nearby pilgrim points. Weather can vary.


General Information

LatitudeData not available
Longitude Data not available
Altitude2744 mts above the sea level
LocationJoshimath - Lata Malari route.
Dedicated ToLord Narsimha
Built InData not available.

How to reach

Travel By Air

The nearest airport is Jolly Grant which is 297 kms. from Rishikesh.


Travel By Train

The nearest railhead is Rishikesh which is 280 kms.


Travel By Road

Bhavishya Badri is connected by a motorable road up to Saldhar which is 274 kms. from Rishikesh and 19 kms. from Joshimath. From Saldhar pilgrims have to trek 6 kms. up to the shrine.



Adi Badri

Adi Badri

30 June / 4:56 PM

It is believed that these temples, dating to the Gupta age(5th century to 8th century), were sanctioned by Adi Shankaracharya who wanted to spread the tenets of Hinduism to every remote corner of the country.

Adi Badri


Badrinath

Badrinath

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Badrinath was originally established as a pilgrimage site by Adi Shankara in the ninth century. It is said that Shankara discovered the image of Badrinarayan in the Alaknanda River and enshrined it in a cave near the Tapt Kund (Hot Spring). Later the King of Garhwal moved that image to the present temple. Since then the temple has undergone several major renovations by many people.

Badrinath


Vridh Badri

Vridh Badri

30 June / 4:56 PM

Vridha Badri is situated at Animath in Chamoli district in Uttarakhand state of India. It is 1,380 meters above the sea level and 7Kms from Joshimath in Joshimath-Badrinath road. Vridha Badri lies on the way to Kalpeshwar Mahadev Temple and can be reached before Helang. Vridha Badri is dedicated to lord Vishnu, enshrines the statue of Badri as an old man. This is why Vridha Badri gets its name where the word Vridha means old and Badri is the name of lord Vishnu in Badrikshetra.

Vridh Badri


Yogdhyan Badri

Yogdhyan Badri

30 June / 4:56 PM

The Yogdhyan Badari temple is located at Pandukeshwar at an altitude of 1920 m. It is 24 km short of Badrinath on Rishikesh -Badrinath highway. The idol, depiciting a meditative posture of the Lord, is worshipped here.

Yogdhyan Badri


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