On Thursday at 7:10 am, Badrinath Dham in the Chamoli area of Uttarakhand opens to pilgrims, two days after Kedarnath Dham did. 15 quintals of flowers were used to beautify the Lord Vishnu temple. One of the four char dham temples is a temple that is close to the Alaknanda River. It will be open for the following six months, until mid-November.
Pushkar Singh Dhami, the state’s chief minister, claimed on Tuesday that every attempt had been taken to make the Char Dham Yatra simple and secure for pilgrims. “Every effort has been taken to make the Uttarakhand Char Dham Yatra simple and secure. Additionally, social and volunteer organisations have offered the yatra their complete support. Work has been done to advance the travel arrangements in light of the knowledge gained from prior years, the CM stated.
“Yatra is proceeding smoothly in Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham,” he continued. Lord Badri Vishal’s doors will also be opened on April 27 for pilgrims to have a look-see.