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Badarinath is one of the holy shrines for Vaishnavites among the 108 divya desams incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Badrinath town is also the part of Panch Badri temples including Yog Dhyan Badri, Bhavishya Badri, Adi Badri and Vriddha Badri, along with Badrinath temple.


Area 3 SQ KMS
Altitude 3133 mts
District Chamoli, Garhwal
State Uttarakhand
Season April to November
Famous for Pilgrimage, Temple
Pincode 246422
STD Code 01381
Best Time to Visit May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Nearest Railway Station Rishikesh, 295 kms
Nearest Airport Jolly Grant Airport, 314 kms
Famous for Badrinath Temple, Char Dham Yatra, Pilgrimage, Temple



    Winter (October to April)
    Winter (October to April) has chilly days. Minimum can touch sub zero levels and snowfall is very common. These months are not the perfect time for traveling.
    Summer (May to June)
    Summer (May to June) are very pleasant with moderately cold climate. Summers is ideal for all sight seeing and the holy Badarinath pilgrimage.
    Monsoon (July to mid-September)
    Monsoon (July to mid-September) are accompanied with regular rains and also temperature drops down. So before start your journey, kindly ensure the condition of route between Rishikesh to Badarinath. The holy city of Badarinath is open for public views from April/May to November. The region experiences pleasant and cool summer while winters are very chilly and snowfall is a regular occurrence.


    By Flight: Jolly Grant Airport (35 kms from Dehradun) is the nearest Airport to Badarinath situated at a distance of 314kms. Jolly Grant Airport is well connected to Delhi with daily flights. Badarinath is well connected by motorable roads with Jolly Grant Airport. Taxis are available from Jolly Grant Airport to Badarinath.
    By Train: The nearest railway station to Badarinath is Rishikesh. Rishikesh railway station is situated 295kms before Badarinath on NH58. Rishikesh is well connected by railway networks with major destinations of India. Trains to Rishikesh are frequent. Badarinath is well connected by motorable roads with Rishikesh. Taxis and buses are available from Rishikesh, Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Joshimath and many other destinations to Badarinath.
    By Road: Badarinath is well connected by motorable roads with major destinations of Uttarakhand state. Buses to Haridwar, Rishikesh and Srinagar are available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate New Delhi. Buses and Taxis to Badarinath are easily available from major destinations of Uttarakhand state like Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Pauri, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Ukhimath, Srinagar, Chamoli etc. Badarinath is connected with Ghaziabad by National Highway 58.
    Road Route 1: KEDARNATH TO BADARINATH (247 km)
    Kedarnath – (14 km trek) Gaurikund – (5 km) Sonprayag – (4 km) Rampur – (9 km) Phata – (14 km) Guptkashi – (7 km) Kund – (19 km) Agastyamuni – (8 km) Tilwara – (8 km) Rudraprayag – (20 km) Gauchar – (12 km) Karnaprayag (20 km) Nandprayag – (11 km) Chamoli – (8 km) Birahi – (9km) Pipalkoti – (5 km) Garur Ganga – (15 km) Helang (14 km) Joshimath – (13 km) Vishnuprayag – (8 km) Govindghat – (3 km) Pandukeshwar – (10 km) Hanumanchatti – (11 km) Shri Badarinath.
    Road Route 2: KEDARNATH TO BADARINATH (229 km)
    Via Guptakashi – Ukhimath – Chopta – Gopeshwar – Chamoli – Pipalkoti
    Kedarnath to Kund (53 km) – (6km) Ukhimath – (22 km) Dogalbhitta – (7 km) Chopta – (27 km) Mandal – (8 km) Gopeshwar – (10 km) Chamoli – from Chamoli to Badarinathji (96 km) route is same as given as above.
    Haridwar – (24 km) Rishikeh – (71 km) Deoprayag – (30 km) Kirtinagar – (4 kkm) Shrinagar – (34 km) Rudraprayag – (20 km) Gauchar – (12 km) Karnaprayag – (20 km) Nandprayag – (11 km) Chamoli – (8 km) Birahi – (9 km) Pipalkoti – (5 km) Garur Ganga – (15 km) Helang – (14 km) Joshinath – (13 km) Vishnuprayag – (8 km) Govindghat – (3 km) Pandukeshwar – (10 km) Hanumanchatti – (11 km) Shri Badarinathji.

    There are various places of interest in Badrinath for every kind of visitor. While there is Swargarohini, Laxmi Van, Vasu Dhara Falls, Bheem pul, Satopanth, Tapt Kund, Panch Shila, Narad Kund, Brahma Kamal for pilgrims, at the same time there is Neelkanth Parvat and Vasudhara fall for the nature lovers.


    Neelkanth Satopanth
    Tapt Kund Brahmkapal
    Charan Paduka Narada Kund
    Vasudhara Falls Vasuki Tal
    Leela Dhongi The Urvashi Temple
    Bheem Pul Sheshnetra
    Mana Village Vyas Gufa
    Mata Murti Mandir Panch Dharas
    Panch Shilas River Saraswati

    The dates for opening date of Badrinath Temple will be announced by the priests on Basanti Panchami.

    Badrinath Temple will be open on 16 May 2021 (tentative) for 2021 Chardham Yatra.

    Badrinath Temple will be closed on 10 Nov 2021 (tentative) for 2021 Chardham Yatra.

    Additional Details

        Q Can You Please Let Us Know Darshan Timings At Badrinath Temple?

        Badrinath temple darshan timings
        Morning : 04:30 AM – 01:00 PM
        Evening: 04:00 PM – 09:00 PM

        Q What Is The Importance Of Badrinath Dham For The Hindus?

        Lord Vishnu is referred as ‘Badri’ in many sacred books of Hinduism. Badrinath Dham is known to be the home of Lord Vishnu. As per Skand Puran, in 8 AD, Adiguru Shankaracharya recovered the idol of Lord Badrinath from Narad Kund. He later constructed the temple and placed the idol here.

        Q What Are The Best Months To Visit Badrinath Temple?

        Badrinath is throng by pilgrims during the whole yatra season (May to Oct). Since located in high Himalayas, one should avoid visiting Badrinath during monsoon season. May, June, Sept & October are some best months to visit Badrinath.

        Q How Is The Weather Conditions At Badrinath?

        Badrinath is located in the lap of nature, surrounded by beautiful hills and mountains. The weather at Badrinath Dham remains pleasant during summers till June. Monsoon season is rainy and winters receives heavy snowfall.

        Q Are Accommodation Facilities Available At Badrinath?

        Yes, Badrinath has quite good accommodation facilities for more than 20,000 pilgrims. It has deluxe hotels, guest houses and dharamshala providing comfortable stay at Badrinath.

        Q Can I Travel To Badrinath On Bike Or Own Car?

        Yes, Badrinath is well connected by road. Pilgrims can drive to Badrinath on car or bike. Only care should be taken during monsoon as there may be landslides blocking road to Badrinath.

        Q How To Visit Badrinath From Haridwar Or Delhi?

        Badrinath is located at 540 kms from Delhi and 320 kms from Haridwar. Badrinath Yatra can be starts either from Delhi or Haridwar. Badrinath is well connected by metalled road with Haridwar & Delhi. One can drive to Badrinath easily. Other modes of travel include Bus and Train. Flights are available from Delhi to Dehradun (Jolly Grant Aiport) which is 311 kms away from Badrinath. One can also travel to Rishikesh which is only 20 kms from the airport.
        Haridwar is well connected by road and rail. From Haridwar, one can board bus to Badrinath or hire a car.

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