Devprayag"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Raghunath Temple - The recent structure of the shrine was commissioned by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1835, who was the founder of the kingdom of Jammu and Kashmir. Construction of the temple was completed in 1860 during the reigns of Maharaja Ranbir Singh, son of Maharaja Gulab Singh. According to regional folklore, this temple was built by Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu. He brought an idol of Lord Ram from his birthplace in an unethical manner. To absolve his sin, he constructed the temple thousands of years ago. Raghunath Temple is the foremost religious shrine of Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal District of Uttaranchal. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ram and is known as Raghunath Temple which also enshrines figurine of his consort, Goddess Sita and his brother, Lakshman. Sculptures on the walls of temple are a combination of Buddhist and south Indian architectural styles.

     

    Suspension Bridges - Suspension Bridges are among the popular attractions of Devprayag which are laid over Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers. These bridges provide a beautiful view of the entire town.

     

    Chandrabadani Temple - As per Hindu mythology, Goddess Sati, a consort of Lord Shiva, dropped her upper body at this place accidentally. As a result, her weapons were scattered at the spot. Besides paying tribute to the Goddess of Power, one can also see the beautiful Sirkanda, Kedarnath and Badrinath peaks from the location. Chandrabadani Temple, dedicated to Goddess of Power, is one of the religious shrines of Devprayag. The temple enshrines an idol of the Goddess Sati in the sanctum along with ancient statues and iron trishuls placed outside the temple.

     

    Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple - From the temple premises, tourists can have a view of the entire town and snow-clad Himalayan peaks. Alaknanda Valley in the backdrop grabs attention of visitors. Devotees visit the shrine during Mahashivaratri which is celebrated with fervour.Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a famous temple of Pauri that exhibits Hindu renaissance of the 8th century. The historic shrine is believed to have been set up by Adi Sankaracharya, founder of Advaita Vedanta. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of the temple, who is accompanied by his consort, Goddess Parvati. The temple also enshrines idols of Ganapati and Kartikeya.

     

    Dashrathshila Temple - Dashrathshila Temple is a popular Hindu shrine of Devprayag and is believed that King Dashrath, father of Lord Rama, performed penance at the site. The shrine is located on the banks of a small water stream, Shanta, which is named after the daughter of King Dashratha. There is a small hillock in proximity which is believed to be the throne of King Dashrath.

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    GMVN Tourist Bungalow Devprayag, Devprayag

    Devaprayag Pauri Garhwal

    GMVN Tourist Bungalow Devprayag is located on Tehsil road at Devprayag in Uttarakhand, about 2 km from Devprayag bus stand and Devprayag Sangham. Nearest airport is Jolly Grant airport, which is located at about 87 km fr

    1,350.00 Avg/night

    Motel Dev, Devprayag

    Govind Puram Badrinath National Highway

    Motel Dev is located on Badrinath National Highway at Govind Puram region of Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, overlooking the confluence of Bhagirathi river and Alaknanda river. The resort is located a

    1,220.00 Avg/night

    Ramkund Resorts, Devprayag

    NH 58, Devaprayag

    Ramkund Resort is located at Pauri Road in Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. The resort is located at about 93 km from Haridwar railway station and 70 km from Rishikesh railway station. Nearest airport

    3,300.00 Avg/night

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    Raghunath Temple - The recent structure of the shrine was commissioned by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1835, who was the founder of the kingdom of Jammu and Kashmir. Construction of the temple was completed in 1860 during the reigns of Maharaja Ranbir Singh, son of Maharaja Gulab Singh. According to regional folklore, this temple was built by Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu. He brought an idol of Lord Ram from his birthplace in an unethical manner. To absolve his sin, he constructed the temple thousands of years ago. Raghunath Temple is the foremost religious shrine of Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal District of Uttaranchal. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ram and is known as Raghunath Temple which also enshrines figurine of his consort, Goddess Sita and his brother, Lakshman. Sculptures on the walls of temple are a combination of Buddhist and south Indian architectural styles.

     

    Suspension Bridges - Suspension Bridges are among the popular attractions of Devprayag which are laid over Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers. These bridges provide a beautiful view of the entire town.

     

    Chandrabadani Temple - As per Hindu mythology, Goddess Sati, a consort of Lord Shiva, dropped her upper body at this place accidentally. As a result, her weapons were scattered at the spot. Besides paying tribute to the Goddess of Power, one can also see the beautiful Sirkanda, Kedarnath and Badrinath peaks from the location. Chandrabadani Temple, dedicated to Goddess of Power, is one of the religious shrines of Devprayag. The temple enshrines an idol of the Goddess Sati in the sanctum along with ancient statues and iron trishuls placed outside the temple.

     

    Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple - From the temple premises, tourists can have a view of the entire town and snow-clad Himalayan peaks. Alaknanda Valley in the backdrop grabs attention of visitors. Devotees visit the shrine during Mahashivaratri which is celebrated with fervour.Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a famous temple of Pauri that exhibits Hindu renaissance of the 8th century. The historic shrine is believed to have been set up by Adi Sankaracharya, founder of Advaita Vedanta. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of the temple, who is accompanied by his consort, Goddess Parvati. The temple also enshrines idols of Ganapati and Kartikeya.

     

    Dashrathshila Temple - Dashrathshila Temple is a popular Hindu shrine of Devprayag and is believed that King Dashrath, father of Lord Rama, performed penance at the site. The shrine is located on the banks of a small water stream, Shanta, which is named after the daughter of King Dashratha. There is a small hillock in proximity which is believed to be the throne of King Dashrath.

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