The Yatra of Char Dham. The journey up the mountains to the four holy temples in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is known as the Char Dham, sometimes known as “the four abodes”. To distinguish it from the larger Char Dham site circuit, it is also occasionally referred to as Chhota Char Dham.The journey up the mountains to the four holy temples in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is known as the Char Dham, sometimes known as “the four abodes”. To distinguish it from the larger Char Dham site circuit, it is also occasionally referred to as Chhota Char Dham. Yamunotri Dham, Gangotri Dham, Badrinath Dham, and Kedarnath Dham are the four temples that make up Char Dham.
Pilgrims travel in large numbers to the Chota Char Dham from all around South Asia and the diaspora. A typical pilgrimage season, which today lasts from roughly April 15 through Diwali (sometime in November), sees hundreds of thousands of people go to the circuit. The two months leading up to the monsoon, which typically arrives in late July, are when the season is at its height. Travel to the locations is very hazardous once the rains start. Safety is a top priority even before the rains arrive because intensive road construction and high traffic have seriously destabilized the rocks, increasing the likelihood of tragic landslides and bus/jeep accidents.
The first choice that strikes our mind is Indian Railways. But the coin always has another side, not everyone is comfortable with the delay of trains and the overcrowded environment. People also prefer going through buses which are also suitable but their comfort can vary depending upon the climatic conditions and road traffic.
Nowadays the most popular mode of commuting is hiring a one way taxi Char Dham Yatra to Delhi. They are very much consumer-friendly and a perfect choice for long routes. They pick you right from your door and drop you comfortably at your destination.
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