Panch Badri refers to the five abodes of Lord Vishnu which is located at different locations in the Garhwal region of the mighty Himalayas. All these locations are highly revered Hindu shrines and pilgrimage from all over the globe visit these holy sites with an aim of achieving salvation or moksha. [AtlasTravel.in] Panch Badri Yatra Travel Package available in pocket-friendly price is believed to bring peace to the soul and calmness to the mind. Immerse yourself in deep devotion of the Lord by covering the entire Panch Badri map with us.
Panch Badri Yatra Tour Itinerary Details
|Tour Duration:||06 Nights / 07 Days|
|Destination Covered:||Delhi-Haridwar-Rudraprayag-Joshimath-Badrinath-Pandukeshwar-Yogdhyan Badri-Syaldhar-Bhavishya Badri-Vridha Badri-Adi Badri-Srinagar-Haridwar-Delhi|
|Tour Price:||On Request/- Enquire Now|
Day 01: Delhi – Haridwar (210km / 6 Hours)
Upon your arrival in Delhi, our tour representative will drive you straight to Haridwar where your Panch Badri yatra will commence.
After you arrival in Haridwar, you will be conveniently checked into your hotel. After refreshing yourself and relaxing for a bit you will be taken for a small evening tour of the city where you will shop in the local bazaars and marketplaces for souvenirs and gorge on the delicious local food items.
Your evening will end with attending a grand and majestic Ganga Aarti at Har ki Pauri where you will also light a lamp and propel it into the holy river. After performing this ritual you will be taken back to your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 02: Haridwar – Rudraprayag – Joshimath (274km / 9 Hours)
In the morning you will be served ba hearty and healthy breakfast. Post breakfast you will be proceded to Joshimath via Devprayag and Rudraprayag. Devprayag is one of the holiest spots in India for being the confluence point of rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi, while Rudraprayag being the confluence zone of rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini. Rudraprayag and Devprayag are significant places of pilgrimage for devout Hindus. Devprayag and Rudraprayag are located at an elevation of 2,723 ft. and 2,936 ft. respectively.
After visiting these holy shrines en route, you will finally reach Joshimath where you will be checked into your hotel comfortably. You will then spend some time to stretch your legs and relax for a bit before proceeding to the famous Narsingh temple.
The residing deity in this temple is the fourth incarnation (Narsimha avatar) of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that when the weather doesn’t allow pilgrimage to Badrinath, the badri idol is taken down by the priests to this temple for the winter season and set beside the Narsingh idol, making this mandir the winter adobe for Lord Badrinath.
After you perform your rituals you will be taken to your allotted hotel where you will be served delicious dinner followed by an overnight stay.
Day 03: Joshimath – Badrinath (46km / 1 Hour 30 Mines) – Pandukeshwar (23 Km / 40 Mines) – Yogdhyan Badri – Joshimath
Early in the morning, you will be served a healthy breakfast before proceeding to Badrinath.
Upon your arrival in Badrinath,h you will be taken for a sacred and holy darshan. Here you will perform your darshan rituals and offer your worship in the temple. After your darshan,n you will be taken for a visit to Mana Village.
Situated at an altitude of 3,200 metres Mana is the last village located on the India – Tibet border at a distance of 3km from the site of Hindu pilgrimage of Badrinath. This village is a must visit site for tourists and adventure seekers alike.
After having a fulfilling lunch in the afternoon you will be taken to Yogdhyan Badri via Pandukeshwar, where king Pandu had installed a bronze image of Lord Vishnu and had meditated there to cleanse his sins. Post your holy darshan in the evening, you will be taken back to Joshimath which is at a distance of 24km from here. Here you will be served delicious dinner along with an overnight stay.
Day 04: Joshimath – Syaldhar – Bhavishya Badri – Joshimath (19km Drive and 6km Trek)
In the morning, after having a wholesome breakfast, you will be driven to Syaldhar.
From Syaldhar your 6km trek to Bhavishya Badri will commence. Bhavishya badri is a site which is made to replace the Vishal Badrinath when the, as per predictions, the route leading up to it will be completely blocked as a result of a devastating landslide, marking the end of Kalyug.
After offering your worship and completing your darshan here you will be taken back to Joshimath. Your evening time here will be reserved for a visit to Shankaracharya mandir, a cardinal institution established by Adi Jagadguru Shankaracharya. It is one of the four monasteries that were established by him.
The remainder of your evening will be reserved for exploring the local neighboring places and browsing through the vibrant and colorful market places in and around Joshimath.
Finally, you will be taken back to your hotel for a wholesome dinner meal followed with an overnight stay.
Day 05: Joshimath – Vridha Badri (8km / 3 Hours) – Adi Badri (89km / 3 Hours) – Srinagar (84km / 3 Hours)
After having a fulfilling morning breakfast meal, you will be driven to Vridha badri.
Located at a distance of 8km from Joshimath in the village of Animath, this holy temple gets its name from the residing deity of the temple which is the idol of Lord Vishnu in the avatar of an old sage. He had appeared in this form in front of Narada since he was pleased with his penance towards him. Here you will perform your darshan and other puja rituals before proceeding to Adi Badri.
Adi Badri is a complex of 16 temples and one of the most popular sites in the panch badri pilgrimage yatra tour. This is the oldest and the most ancient temple in the panch badri yatra which is nestled away among the scenic beauty of Himalayas this ancient temple is believed to have been built whenever the road going towards Badrinath is jammed due to harsh weather conditions, devotees swarm in this Adi Badri temple to offer their prayers to Lord Vishnu.
You will then be served a fulfilling lunch after your darshan is completed. You will be taken to Srinagar, via Nandprayag and Karnaprayag. While Nandprayag is the confluence point for rivers Alaknanda and Nandakini, Karnaprayag is the confluence point of rivers Alaknanda and Pindar making these two sites extremely important and significant for Hindu devotees.
Upon your arrival in Srinagar, you will be taken to your hotel for a wholesome dinner meal which will be followed with an overnight stay.
Day 06: Srinagar – Haridwar (150km / 5 Hours)
After having a healthy breakfast in the morning, you will be taken to Haridwar. En route you will be taken to one of the 5 most important confluence sites in India Devprayag, the confluence point of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi Rivers, which turn into River Ganga from here on. Named after the sage Dev Sharma who spent his entire life in this town as an ascetic, which led to the naming of the town as Devprayag? Here you will offer your prayers and worship before proceeding to your destination.
Upon your arrival in Haridwar you will be checked into your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 07: Haridwar – Delhi (210km / 6 Hours)
After a healthy breakfast in the morning you will be taken to New Delhi marking the end of your pilgrimage trip.