Sapt Badri Circuit in Uttarakhand comprises seven sacred Vishnu temples, each with unique significance. Pilgrims embark on a spiritual journey through these ancient shrines amidst the majestic Himalayas. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to the Sapt Badri Yatra
Vishal, Adi, Vridha, Ardha, Dhyan, Bhavishya, and Yogdhyan Badri.
Sapt Badri Yatra involves visiting seven sacred Vishnu temples in Uttarakhand.
Sapt Badri refers to a group of seven sacred temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and they are located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India.
* Start your journey from Rishikesh, and the first destination is Joshimath.
* The distance between Rishikesh and Joshimath is approximately 250 kilometers.
* You can take a bus, hire a taxi, or drive to Joshimath. The journey takes around 9-10 hours, depending on the mode of transportation and road conditions.
* From Joshimath, you can hire a taxi or use local transportation to reach the Sapt Badri temples.
deal during the summer months (May to October)
No fixed order; pilgrims often follow personal preferences.
The temple is accessible by road, but reaching the exact location may involve a short trek
Mobile network coverage is limited in certain remote areas; carry a local SIM card if necessary.
From Joshimath, you can hire a taxi or use local transportation to reach the Sapt Badri temples.
Wear comfortable and modest clothing, and sturdy, comfortable footwear suitable for trekking if required.
Yes but it will take you at least 12 to 13 days for this