Friday, 25 September 2015

Dhyan and Ardha Badri

Uttarakhand is the abode of Gods. Badrinath is the one of the Char Dhams of India and remaining three are as follows: 1) Dwarka Dwarkadish temple 2) Puri Jagannath temple 3) Rameshwaram Ramanathaswamy temple. The Char Dhams of Uttarakhand are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri. In the series of Sapt Badri, the description of four Badris has already been posted earlier.The four Badris of  Sapt Badris are as follows: 1) Badrinath  2) Adi Badri  3) Bhavishya Badri and 4) Yogdhyan Badri. A brief description on Dhyan and Ardha Badris are as follows:


Dhyan Badri

Dhyan Badri is one of the Sapt Badri temples in Uttrakhand. Dhyan Badri is located in the Urgam valley near Kalpeshwar. All these temples fall in the Badri-kshetra i.e. Badri area. The altitude of the temple is 2135 m.
This place can be reached from Helang Chatti by a 12 km trek. The place is associated with the Urvarishi, son of the King Puranjaya, a descendant of Pandavas who meditated here and established a Vishnu temple. The temple Kalpeshwar is 2 km from here.  The idol is a four armed made of black stone in a meditative form.



Ardha Badri

Ardha Badri is also a Sapt Badri temple. The meaning of Ardha Badri is half Badri. The place is located along the Joshimath – Tapovan road. The idol is kept at a remote village where one can reach by trekking. Hera is the village where this temple is located. In comparison to other temple idols, this idol is smaller. The route to this temple goes through Subhain. The path is very difficult and steep.



Dream Mountain recommends you to take 15 days’ off from your work to visit these places and get more acquainted with these places personally. These places are located at very beautiful places which would enrich your experience.

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