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Kedarnath mandir is a hindu temple located in the Himalayan region, near Mandakini river in Uttarakhand. It is one of the twelve (12) Jyotirlingas and also a part of Chota char dham yatra. Due to extreme weather conditions, the temple is open to the general public only between the months of April (Akshaya Tritiya) and November (Kartik Purnima, the autumn full moon). During the winters, the vigraham (deities) from Kedarnath temple are carried down to Ukhimath and where the deity is worshiped for the next six months. The shiva linga worshipped at kedarnath is triangular in shape. Maa parvati worshipped Kedareshwar for uniting with lord Shiva as ardhanarishvara.
Badrinath temple is one of the famed shrines of Chardham Yatra dedicated to Lord Vishnu.It is Situated along with Alaknanda River on the hills of Uttarakhand state, Badrinath Dham is one of the holiest temples for the Hindus.
It is believed that, once upon time, it was Lord Shankar's home, But looking at the glory of that place, Lord Vishnu Narayana asked for it and Lord Shankar very happily gave up his favourite place to go and reside in Kedarnath.
When the flow of two rivers meet and then flow as one this point at which they meet is called prayag. On the way to Badrinath you will get a chance to view five prayags. On the way to Badrinath, all devotees get the fortune of going around Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Nand prayag and Vishnu prayag.
The river that emerges from Gangotri Gaumukh is known as Bhagirathi, And the river that comes from Badrinath is known as Alaknanda. When Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers meet affectionately then they are known as Ganga.
The mata murti fair that takes place in Badrinath is celebrated in the descending memory of goddess of Ganga And this is a very well known fair. Situated in north India, the chief priest of this temple who is also known as Rawal they are traditionally Nambudiri Brahimins. They are the residents of Multaha Kerala.