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Tungnath and Panch Kedar

The temple of Tungnath is considered to be more than 1000 years old. The temple is magnificent in its style and architecture. The Tungnath temple compound contains the main temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, temple dedicated to Godess Parvati and few other smaller temples can be seen in the close vicinity.

Char Dham Yatra

Char Dham Yatra comprising of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath is among one of the most sacred pilgrimage of the Hindus.Undertaking a journey to Char Dham in Garhwal (Uttarakhand) will not just wash away one's sins but ensure release from the cycle of birth and death. The honour conferred on these places is not surprising.

Haridwar - Gateway to God

Haridwar literally means "The Gateway to God". Haridwar is among the four places where Maha Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years. Millions of devotees flock to Haridwar to take a holy dip in the sacred Ganga river at Har ki Pauri. The evening prayer at dusk (Aarti) offered to Goddess Ganga at Hari-Ki-Pairi (steps towards God Hari) is an enchanting experience for any visitor.

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DevPrayag is set on the confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers and is considered to be one of the 'Panch prayag'. From DevPrayag onwards, the river is known as Ganga. Just above the ghat at Devprayag is the great temple of Raghunathji which is claimed to have been erected some ten thousand years ago.

Pauri Garhwal

The folk-lore of Uttaranchal, indeed the lives of the people are filled with dancing-it is as important for them as wearing clothes, a must for life. For them the Gods can be influenced by dances not to fail man. The art of dancing also owes its inspiration to the fascinating mythical dancing damsels who dwell on snow-clad peaks and are variously described as Ancheris, Kecharis or Paries.

"They are fairies or women who move in the firmament, young women of surpassing beauty, sumptuously clothed and supposed to belong to the court of Indira. His dancing girls, they are said to fly or float along the sky without any visible wings".

Some believe they are the souls of spirits of young unmarried girls who died with no funeral rites; they are the daughters of Ravana who offered them to Lord Shiva as his hand-maidens. The most popular version makes them part of the Krishna legend and lore, making them into the Gopis who dance the 'Dance Celestial' with their Lord.

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