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Why travel Badrinath?

Badrinath is the most important site of pilgrimage in the Hindu Char Dham yatra and home to countless sages who brave the extremity of weather for their religious devotion.Legendary for being the site of reception of Goddess Ganga on Earth, the place houses temples from the time of the Vedas.
Located in the lap of Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, Badrinath (Badarinath) is a place of religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists. The black temples here are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, with Garbha Griha as its main shrine.
The Alaknanda river flows through Badrinath and the mighty Neelkanth mountain forms the backdrop, making for a picturesque landscape. This legendary and mythical hill station with all its obscurity is seasonal in operation, remaining closed for the winters. The shopaholic can shop for ancient coins, wool, ayurvedic medicine, holy books and sacred threads here. In recent times, the proximity of the Indo-Tibetan border has lead to availability of counterfeit electronic goods from China, marking the advent of technological life in an otherwise remote area.

"Amalgam Of Spirituality"

A Town in Uttarakhand, India
3123 meters

Interest Measure for Badrinath

Ideal time to stay:  1 - 3 days

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How is the weather at Badrinath

Topography

Height(Altitude) of Badrinath from sea level:  10246 feet
Latitude/Longitude:  30.7433085°N, 79.4937634°E
Ecosystem:  Hill  

Food, Culture and Language at Badrinath

Food Type Available:  Indian, North Indian Cuisine 
Regional Language:  Hindi
Currency:  ₹ - Rupee (INR)

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Badrinath is a Town located in Uttarakhand, North India. Badrinath is also known as 
Planning to travel to Badrinath? Know the weather conditions and the best time to visit Badrinath is 
October, 
May, 
June. 
The ecosystem and topography of Badrinath is ideal for travel. On your visit to Badrinath you should ideally stay here for 1 - 3 days. Traveller who are interested in activities for 
Spiritual, 
Nature. 

The most used regional language in Badrinath is Hindi. To take care of your travel expenses and cost, the currency you will need is Rupee(INR)

The love for food is the soul of travelling, the different food types available in Badrinath are 

Indian, 
North Indian Cuisine 

You have every reason to travel to Badrinath, Badrinath is the most important site of pilgrimage in the Hindu Char Dham yatra and home to countless sages who brave the extremity of weather for their religious devotion.Legendary for being the site of reception of Goddess Ganga on Earth, the place houses temples from the time of the Vedas.
Located in the lap of Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, Badrinath (Badarinath) is a place of religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists. The black temples here are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, with Garbha Griha as its main shrine.
The Alaknanda river flows through Badrinath and the mighty Neelkanth mountain forms the backdrop, making for a picturesque landscape. This legendary and mythical hill station with all its obscurity is seasonal in operation, remaining closed for the winters. The shopaholic can shop for ancient coins, wool, ayurvedic medicine, holy books and sacred threads here. In recent times, the proximity of the Indo-Tibetan border has lead to availability of counterfeit electronic goods from China, marking the advent of technological life in an otherwise remote area.

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Content of this page was last updated at Jan 8, 2017