Panch Badri
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Panch Badri

June 30, 2009 | Post By: Vinay Dobhal | Editor: Neha Dhyani




Panch means five. The Panch Badri constitutes a group of five sacred Hindu temples, dedicated to Lord Vishnu which are located in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand.

Badrinath is the main shrine of Lord Badrinath in Badrinath Temple. Besides the main Badrinath temple, there are four other smaller badri temples where Lord Badrinath is worshiped under five different names. These are collectively called the Panch Badri or five badris.

At Panch Badri Lord Vishnu is worshipped at five different places and under five different names. The five temples of lord Vishnu settled at five different places starting from the height of 1,380 meters to 3,133 meters, have the idols of lord Vishnu in different forms. They are Adi Badri, Badrinath, Bhavishya Badri, Vridh Badri and Yogdhyan Badri



Yogdhyan Badri

Yogdhyan Badri

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. 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.

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