Posted On :April 26, 2018
Written By : Sehgal Transport
Chaar Dham yaatra is one of the most pious travel expeditions undertaken by millions of Hindus every year. It included visiting the four holy towns of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri. For, those of you willing to undertake this yatra in parts due to lack of time or due to the physical challenges involved in each of them, there is a very practical option of the Chota Chaar Dham yatra. Sehgal Transports is one of the leading comfort bus travel providing rental companies in Delhi. We provide very comfortable and pocket-friendly Do Dham Yatra package for individuals and families. The package includes visit to Kedarnath and Badrinath, situated in the state of Uttarakhand from Delhi in a comfortable bus. Package includes:
We shall begin the tour from Delhi very early in the morning. Enroot we shall stop for food and to visit the holy towns of Haridwar and Devprayag (the confluence of River Alaknanda and River Bhagirathi). We shall then travel from Haridwar to Kedarnath. We shall also visit the religious destination of Rudraprayag, wherein River Alaknanda meets River Mandakini. The Mandakini River in Kedarnath is a sight to behold in itself. We shall stay the night at Guptakashi. The Kedarnath Dham is believed to be built by the Pandavas in penance after Mahabharata for Lord Shiva. It is one of the most pious places to worship Lord Shiva wherein he is believed to exist in the form of a Hump. The visit of Kedarnath also includes an uphill trek of approximately 18 kms that may be undertaken by foot or with the help of Ponies. Post the 2013 floods; the destination has been developed with a new trek path and better places to rest, eat and medical facilities. After spending the night at Kedarnath and viewing the ‘rudra-abhishek’ in the morning, we shall head back to Gaurikund and then to Badrinath.
Badrinath is situated on the banks of River Alaknanda. Your trip in Delhi to Badrinath Volvo bus shall be a very comfortable one, holding many cherished memories and sites for you. Badrinath is famous for worshipping Lord Vishnu in his Nara-Narayana form at the very famous Badrinath Temple. After a hearty lunch, you shall be able to visit the temple and then take a holy dip in the Tapt Kunj. Badrinath darshan will be incomplete without viewing the enchanting ‘aarti’ in the evening. You shall also visit the adjoining famous Narad Kund. If time permits, you could also see the famous Bheem Pul in Badrinath. Half an hour drive from the temple, this natural bridge is believed to be made by Bheem, second brother of the Pandavas for his wife Draupadi. It is situated in Village Mana, the last touted Indian Village before the Tibet border. Built on River Saraswati and surrounded by lofty peaks, it is sure to enchant you with its pristine beauty. After a successful Badrinath Yatra, we shall then head back to Delhi in the comfortable Sehgal Transport bus.