Monday, 9 October 2017

Second Himalaya visit 2017

Kedarnath is one of the most sacred pilgrimages of Lord Shiva.  Kedarnath is situated  in the lap of the Himalayan peaks and near the river Mandakini, Kedarnath  stands one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.
Kedar meaning powerful is another name of Lord Shiva the protector and the destroyer. The beautiful ambiance around the temple looks like quite peace on heaven causes a beautiful place to do meditation.The main attractions here is the Shiva Temple, which is a popular Hindu shrine and pilgrimage, attracting devotees from all over the world. The travel  here is strengthened by factors like natural beauty and religious zest.













































































































































Yamunotri is  situated in the midst of the beautiful and majestic Himalayas. The beauty of this shrine is breathtaking.  River Yamuna is in the opposite direction of the River Ganga This region is very calm. The glacier of this river is very difficult to reach., Yamuna is worshiped as a deity where the devotees take a dip the holy water to cleanse their souls. Yamunotri visit rids you of all the worries and ensures a feeling of divine tranquility

























































Shri Neelkanth Mahadev is one of the name of Lord Shiva. As per Puranas, the place where the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple currently stands is the sacred location where Lord Shiva consumed the poison  during ocean churning , made his throat blue in color therefore called Neelkanth (Blue Throated).

Neelkanth Mahadev temple stands adjacent to the mountain ranges of Nar-Narayan, the confluence of the Madhumati and Pankaja rivers, amidst three valleys- Vishnukoot, Brahmakoot & Manikoot. The temple complex also has a natural spring where devotees usually take a holy bath, a gigantic and aged Bunyan  tree is present at the exit of sanctum, Devotees tie up sacred thread on the tree for the want of their wishes, they revisit the temple to open the tie whenever their wishes are full filled. Golden Kalash are plashed on the top of the Temple.