Rudraprayag pe Kyu Ghumne Jaye – Kab Jaye – Aur Kaha Jaye ?

Rudraprayag is a small town in Uttarakhand, its name is derived from ‘Rudra’, an incarnation of the Hindu god Lord Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, Narada Muni was blessed by Lord Rudra at this place. Earlier Rudraprayag was a part of three districts Chamoli, Pauri and Tehri. On 16 September 1997, it was declared as a separate district. The city is located at the meeting point of the Mandakini and Alaknanda rivers.

What to see in Rudraprayag (Where to Visit in Rudraprayag)

Deoria Tal

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Deoria Tal, located at a distance of 49 km from Rudraprayag, is a very beautiful tourist destination.It is a beautiful lake surrounded by lush green forests. The water of this lake shows a clear image of the ranges of Chaukhamba with the peaks of Gangotri, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Neelkanth.

Located at an altitude of 2438 meters above sea level, this lake is located at a distance of 2 kilometers from the Chopta-Ukhimath road. This lake provides opportunities for travelers visiting here for boating, fishing and seeing different types of birds. Camping takes place here overnight, as well as this place is also very famous for trekking.

Jakholi

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It is a very important tourist destination located in Rudraprayag district. Surrounded by beautiful hills, this small village offers tourists the opportunity for hill climbing.

The temple of Chamunda Devi and Rudranath Temple are located at a short distance from here. At the same time, another tourist place ‘Tilwara’ is also very close from here.

Koteshwar Temple

Rudraprayag pe Kyu Ghumne Jaye  - Kab Jaye - Aur Kaha Jaye ?

Koteshwar is a famous Hindu temple located at a distance of 3 km from the city of Rudraprayag. This cave temple is situated on the banks of the Alaknanda River.

It is believed that Lord Shiva performed spiritual practice in this cave on the way to Kedarnath and this idol has been created naturally. A fair is also organized here on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri. Many devotees visit here during the months of August and September.

Rudraprayag Temple

Rudraprayag pe Kyu Ghumne Jaye  - Kab Jaye - Aur Kaha Jaye ?

The name Rudraprayag Temple is one of the major religious centers, which is situated at the confluence of two rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini. Every year a large number of tourists visit this temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

According to mythology, Narada Muni as a fruit of his abject penance had asked Shiva to boon to excel in the field of music and Lord Shiva appeared here in the avatar of Rudra and blessed him. This place also gives you a chance to have a glimpse of Jagadamba temple located nearby.

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