The Panch Kedar temple, nestled in the majestic Garhwal Himalayas, form a sacred pilgrimage circuit dedicated to Lord Shiva. Kedarnath, situated at an altitude of 3,583 meters, houses the prominent Kedarnath Temple, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Madhyamaheshwar, at 3,497 meters, is revered for its unique navel manifestation of Lord Shiva. Tungnath, the highest Shiva temple globally at 3,680 meters, offers panoramic views amid scenic landscapes. Rudranath, where Shiva is worshipped in the form of his face, exudes tranquility amidst alpine meadows. Kalpeshwar, nestled in the serene village of Urgam, symbolizes Shiva’s hair and provides a meditative haven surrounded by lush greenery. Pilgrims embark on a transformative journey, trekking through breathtaking terrains to seek spiritual solace in these sacred abodes of Lord Shiva.
Nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas, Kedarnath is home to the revered Kedarnath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It stands as one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, drawing pilgrims to its sacred abode amid the snow-capped peaks.
2. Tungnath Temple
The highest Shiva temple globally, Tungnath, at 3,680 meters, is nestled in the Rudraprayag district. Pilgrims trek through scenic landscapes to witness the sanctity of this ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
3. Madhyamaheshwar Temple
Perched at an altitude of 3,497 meters, Madhyamaheshwar is where Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of the navel (nabhi). The trek to this divine site unfolds amidst lush meadows, offering a serene spiritual retreat.
4. Rudranath Temple
Located amidst alpine meadows, Rudranath is where Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of his face (mukha). The trek to Rudranath offers breathtaking views, and the temple exudes a tranquil spiritual aura.