Uttarakahnd Chardham Yatra 2020 is very important pilgrim tour for the Hindu. All the 4 temple called Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath are situated in Garhwal Region of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. Char Dham was initially called the popular pilgrimage path in the four holy places of Hinduism, located at reverse ends of the Indian subcontinent Puri, Rameshvaram, Dwarka, and Badrinath. But Uttarakahnd is the region is referred as the soil of the gods in the ancient Puranas. Scores of pilgrims visit the shrine by trekking with difficulty along the hill paths, all for an empathy with the divine. Over the so old time, these sites have been described in holy scriptures as the very places where devotee might earn the virtues of all the pilgrimages put jointly. Every and each of the four holy shrines of the Uttarakhand Char Dham is located at a height of 3,000 mtr above from sea level. For centuries, saints and pilgrims, in their search for the divine, have walk these spiritual vales known in earliest Hindu scriptures as 'Kedarkhand'.
During on Chardham Yatra 2020 one also gets a change to eyewitness the famous Panch Prayags – the confluence i.e Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karanprayag, Nandprayag and Vishnuprayag which are one the mode and can be high-quality add on the extend your fairy-tale quest and get encouraged. One can make little extension add on some of the Panch Kedars such as Trijugi Narayan and Tungnath which are also the well-known destination or else for trekkers from world over. Chardham Yatra usually starts from last week of April or early may after the official declaration of the dates from the Kings palace after the usual ritual and astrological calculation made on the day of Basant panchami and Shivratri festivals.
Opening Date for Chardham Yatra 2020-
Yamunotri Opening Date: - 26 April 2020
Gangotri Opening Date: - 26 April 2020
Kedarnath Opening Date: - 29 April 2020
Badrinath Opening Date: - 28 April 2020
Hemkund Opening Date: - 1 Jun 2020