Badrinath Temple Closing Date 2023: November 21, 2023बद्रीनाथ धाम के कपाट 21 नवंबर 2023 को बंद होंगे।
Badrinath Dham is Located between the two mountains Nar and Narayan, Badrinath is a Hindu holy town in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand. Badrinath is one of the five Badri temples in the Garhwal Himalayas. Plus, it is also one of the char dhams in India and chota char dham of Uttarakhand. Lakhs of tourists visit this holy city every to seek blessings from Shri Badrinathji. Badrinath Temple yatra will close by 21st November 2023.
Registration for Badrinath yatra is now open- you can register online at Badrinath yatra official website- https://registrationandtouristcare.uk.gov.in/index.php, register through Whatsapp, or register through “Tourist Care Uttarakhand” app.
Importance of Badrinath Dham for Hindus
Badrinath Dham has mythological importance the story behind Badrinath is related to Lord Vishnu. In many sacred books of Hinduism, Lord Vishnu is often referred to as “Badri”. Badrinath Dham is considered to be the home of Lord Vishnu.
According to Skand Puran, Adiguru Shankaracharya recovered an idol of Lord Badrinath from Narad Kund in 8 AD. Later on, Shankaracharya constructed the temple and placed the idol that he found in the Narad Kund in the temple.
Mentions of Badrinath are also available in Vamana Purana. According to this puran, Lord Vishnu along with Nar & Narayana sages participated in a penance here. Another mythological fact is that Pandavas with Draupadi visited this place during their last journey to Swargarohini.
Badrinath Temple 2023 Opening and Closing Dates
A lot of people are looking for Badrinath Yatra 2023 start date. Such users can check the important information given below.
- Badrinath yatra opening date is 27th April 2023.
- The date of closing Badrinath Dham kapat is usually announced on Vijayadashmi.
- This holy shrine usually gets closed after the festival of Diwali. The exact closing date is yet to be decided
- Every year, the Badrinath shrine receives a very heavy snowfall. So, it gets closed for almost six months.
Badrinath Temple Timings
The Darshan timings of Badrinath Temple are as follows.
- Morning : 04:30 AM – 01:00 PM
- Evening: 04:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Badrinath Dham Registration 2023
You can register for Badrinath Dham yatra at the official website of Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board- https://registrationandtouristcare.uk.gov.in/index.php.
Whtsapp registration– You need to save the mobile number +91 8394833833 on your mobile and type “Yatra” to start the registration process.
Through Tourist Care Uttarakhand mobile application: Download the mobile application ‘Tourist Care Uttarakhand; on your android an iOS device and complete the registration process.
Badrinath Yatra Route
The route of Badrinath Yatra from Delhi is given below.
Delhi → Haridwar (206 km) → Rishikesh (24 km) →) Deoprayag (71 km) → Kirtinagar (30 km) → Shrinagar (4 km) → Rudraprayag (34 km) → Gauchar (20 km) → Karnaprayag (12 km) → Nandprayag (20 km) → Chamoli (11 km) → Birahi (8 km) → Pipalkoti (9 km) → Garur Ganga (5 km) → Helang (15 km) → Joshimath (14 km) → Vishnuprayag (13 km) → Govindghat (8 km) → Pandukeshwar (3 km) → Hanumanchatti (10 km) → Shri Badarinath Ji (11 km).
Note: The route mentioned above is the most popular route followed by tourists. However, many other alternate routes are also available.
Frequently Asked Questions
The best months to visit the Badrinath are May, June, September, and October. Because the temple is in the Himalayas, you should avoid visiting the same during monsoon seasons.
yes, you can register for Badrinath or Chardham Yatra can be done at various counters free of cost.
The distance between Joshimath and Badrinath is around 45 kms. You can hire a taxi or a cab for travel.
Yes, you can. The Badrinath is well connected by roads. However, we recommend you to take extensive care during the monsoon because there are many landslides that can block roads to Badrinath.
Address- Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Paryatan Bhawan, Near ONGC Helipad, Garhi Cantt, Dehradun-248001 (India)
Helpline : 0135 – 2559898, 2552627, 0135 – 3520100
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21st November 2023