Two Seats Of Holy Goddesses You Cannot Miss
|By: Ilonaandrews | Apr 24 2012 | 418 words | 2067 hits|
If you have not gone on a your holy pilgrimage yet and think that you are somebody who cannot pull off such an extended four dham yatra then you can opt for a two dham yatra that is easily possible nowadays. The fact that you believe that you are pure makes all the difference is what many people say. Despite such a belief in oneself there are numerous Indians who believe that purity is synonymous to a yatra to the four respective dhams. Of them two dham yatras have now emerged so now you can make your yatra in installments. You can either take a Badrinath and Kedarnath yatra or go for the other alternative that is the Yamunotri Gangotri.
The fact that you have a lot to explore in these two places serves your purpose of a holy pilgrimage. You need not tire yourslef by attempting to accomplish the task all at once. You may give it a start with just the two. The Yamuna river has given birth to the name of the holy site Yamunotri. It is in fact believed to be the seat of the Goddess Yamuna by the Hindus.
The Yamunotri Gangotri trip can be taken as the second installment of the entire trip or even the first as per your convenience. The former has the famous temple established by Maharaja Pratap Shah which holds within it the deity which is made of pure black marble. Goddess Yamuna stands as a divine mother figure for the Hindus and the same is belived of the Goddess Ganga whose seat is believed to be the latter location that is Gangotri. The Yamunotri temple is of immense significance as it is the main reason for the visits that it faces annualy.
In Uttarkashi lies the other dham that is known as Gangotri. This site has the holiest of rivers that is the Ganges. To the Hindus it has the power to wash sinners of their unrighteousness committed in the past. The Ganges finds its fountain head in the Gangotri temple that also serves as the seat of the Goddess Ganga. Because of the rich mythological connection that this location of the two Yamunotri Gangotri dhams, it is visited by a large number of devotees every year.
Apart from that there is the famous valley of flowers that serves as a great touris spot. During your dham you can visit this valley that is picturesque and beyond question utterly marvelous. It lies close to Joshimath and can be reached by trekking.
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