Do Dham Yatra
Do dham yatra by helicopter packages
Duration : 1 Day
- Rs 3.45 Lakhs (inclusive of GST) for 4 passengers.
Duration : 1 Day
- Rs 3.55 Lakhs (inclusive of GST) for 5 passengers.
Itinerary detail of Do Dham Yatra
The Helicopter Booking Package Includes :
- Assistance and all transfers at Do Dhams
- Darshan assistance at Badrinathji with Special Puja. Special Darshan slip for Kedarnathji.
- Car transfer from Badrinath Helipad to Temple and return to Helipad.
ABOUT DO DHAM YATRA
Do dham yatra start from the month of may and continues upto the month of October, but the ideal time to visit is, in the month of May due to weather issues. Do dham yatra is mostly completed/travelled with the help of helicopter and is most suited for senior citizen.Online booking for the yatra starts from the month of march, so its better to book your travel before the yatra starts to avoid the booking rushes. We are providing charter services for the do dham yatra from the last one decade.Passenger’s safety is the most important for us. Do dham yatra is consist of two yatras, kedarnath yatra and badrinath yatra. Below is the detail of the kedarnath and badrinath yatras.
This temple is the highest among all the 12 Jyotirlingas. This ancient and magnificient temple is located in the Rudra Himalaya range. This temple, over a thousand years old is built of massive stone slabs over a large rectangular platform. Ascending through the large grey steps leading to the holy sanctum sanctorum we find inscriptions in Pali on the steps. The present temple was built by Adi Shankaracharya more than 1000 years ago. The inner walls of the temple sanctum are adorned with figures of various deities and scenes from mythology. The origin of the revered temple can be found in the great epic – Mahabharata. According to legends, the Pandavas sought the blessings of lord Shiva to atone their sin after the battle of Mahabharata. Lord Shiva eluded them repeatedly and while fleeing took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bull. On being followed, he dived into ground leaving behind his hump on the surface. Outside the temple door a large statue of the Nandi Bull stands as guard. A conical rock formation inside the temple is worshipped as Lord Shiva in his Sadashiva form. The temple, believed to be very ancient, has been continually renovated over the centuries. altitude of 3,581 mt or 11900 feet. At the approach of winters in the month of November, the holy statue of Lord Shiva, is carried down from Kedarnath to Ukhimath, and is reinstated at Kedarnath, in the first week of May.
Badrinath: It is the easternmost shrine in the Garhwal hills, on the banks of the Alaknanda River. The town lies between the Nar and Narayana mountain ranges and in the shadow of Nilkantha peak (6,560m). Badrinath is located 301 km north of Rishikesh. Badrinath was re-established as a major pilgrimage site by Adi Shankara in the ninth century. The temple in Badrinath is also a sacred pilgrimage site for Vaishnavites. Badrinath has been mentioned as a holy place in scriptures and legends for thousands of years. According to the Bhagavata Purana, “There in Badrikashram the supreme being (Vishnu), in his incarnation as the sages Nara and Narayana, had been undergoing great penance since time immemorial for the welfare of all living entities.” (Bhagavata Purana 3.4.22) The Badrinath temple is the main attraction in the town. According to legend Adi Guru Shankaracharya discovered a black stone image of Lord Badrinarayan made of Saligram stone in the Alaknanda River. He originally enshrined it in a cave near the Tapt Kund hot springs.In the sixteenth century, the King of Garhwal moved the murti to the present temple.The temple has undergone several major renovations because of age and damage by avalanche. In the 17th century, the temple was expanded by the kings of Garhwal. After significant damage in the great 1803 Himalayan earthquake, it was rebuilt by the King of Jaipur. One legend has it that when the goddess Ganga was requested to descend to earth to help suffering humanity, the earth was unable to withstand the force of her descent. Therefore the mighty Ganga was split into twelve holy channels, with Alaknanda one of them. The mountains around Badrinath are mentioned in the Mahabharata, when the Pandavas are said to have ended their life by ascending the slopes of a peak in western Garhwal called Swargarohini – literally, the ‘Ascent to Heaven’. Local legend has it that the Pandavas passed through Badrinath and the town of Mana, 4 km north of Badrinath, on their way to Svarga (heaven). There is also a cave in Mana where Vyasa, according to legend, wrote the Mahabharata. The area around Badrinath was celebrated in Padma Purana as abounding in spiritual treasures.