Badrinath Temple-One of the Char Dham Place
Badrinath Temple is considered as a one of the most famous pilgrimage of hindus, Located in the lofty Himalayan heights in the Garhwal hill tracks (Uttarakhand). Badrinath Temple is situated at the height of 3133 m (10248 feet) above sea level.
The current badrinath temple had been built by the king of Garhwal only a century ago. The mighty Nar and the Narayan Parbat entice the temple and adds further divinity to its ambience. The tank of hot water or the Tapt Kund is a boon given by mother nature to the pilgrims who visit Badrinath.
Best time to visit
Badrinath has a cool and chilly climate all through the year but the best time to visit is from May to June and again from September to October.
- Winter (October to April) has chilly days with average minimum touching near 5°C. Minimum can touch sub zero levels and snowfall is very common. These months are not the perfect time for travelling.
- Summer (May to June) are very pleasant with moderately cold climate, with average around 18°C. Summers is ideal for all sight seeing and the holy Badrinath pilgrimage.
- Monsoon (July to mid-September) are accompanied with regular rains and also temperature drops down to 15°C. The region is prone to occasional landslides and travelling can be difficult.
How to Reach:-
Badrinath Dham you can reached by road from Dehradun (317 km), Haridwar (310 km), Rishikesh (297 km), Kotdwar (327 km) and New Delhi, and can be reached by a two day long journey from Kedarnath. The vicinity of Badrinath to destinations such as Nandaprayag, Rudraprayag, Uttarkashi, Tehri and Karnaprayag makes it a popular destination of pilgrims and adventure enthusiasts.