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Rudraprayag is a town in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. This is the point of confluence of rivers Mandakini and Alakananda. It is one of the Panch Prayag.


What to see in Rudraprayag:

Kartik Sawmi: This temple is dedicated to Lord Kartikeya. He is the son of Lord Shiva. Bones of Lord Kartik is worshipped here.

Madmaheshwar Temple: This is one of the Panch Kedars. It is believed that Lord Shiva buried in this place. Silver idol is worshipped here. It remains closed for 6 months.

Maa Hariyali Devi Temple: Goddess is seems in most beautiful yellow colour saree. She sits on the lion carrying a child. Other idols of this temple are Vaishno Devi, Bala Devi and Sitla Mata.


What to see around Rudraprayag:

Augustamuni: In this place Rishi Agastya meditated for several years. This village is famous for Agasteshwar Mahadev Temple. It is dedicated to Rishi Augustmuni. Baisakhi celebrations are most famous in this place. It is located 9kms away from Rudraprayag.

Kedarnath Mandir: This is situated near Mandakhi River. Shivalinga in the temple is one of the Jyothirlingas. Shape of this temple is Pyramid. 200 idols of Lord Shiva can be seen here. This was constructed by Adi Shankaracharya. It is located 86kms away from Rudraprayag.

Khirsu: This is located in Rudrayaga region which is 56kms away from the city. Ghandiyal Devta is most ancient temple located here.

Chopta: This is located 56kms away from Rudraprayag. Snowfall in this place is most beautiful during the winter season. Major attractions of this place are Rock climbing, Rock craft, Snow trekking, Yoga, Trekking and Camping. For the bird watchers this is the best place. Best trekking routes of this region are Devariyatal, Tunganath and Chandrashilla.

Kalimath: It is located 46kms away from the city. This is one of the Siddha peeths. Temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali.

Ukhimath: This village is famous for Lord Kedarnath temple. During the winter seasons snowfalls is more so this place is known as winter seat for Lord Kedarnath. Temples of Anirudh, Usha, Parvati and Shiva are also famous here. It is located 42kms away from the city.

Guptkashi: It is located 44 kms from the city. Major attraction of this place is statue of Lord Shiva. This statue is half man and half women.

Chandrashila: This is the hill on which Chopta and Tungnath Mandir are situated. Different peaks of Chandrashila are Trishul, Chaukhamba, Nandadevi, and Kedar. These peaks cover with snow during the winter seasons. This view is most attractive to the visitors. This place is famous for trekking. But during the winter season visitors are not allowed to do trekking. It is located 71kms from the city.

Tungnath Mandir: This is the major nearby attraction of the village. It is believed that Ravana performed penance for Lord Shiva. Idols of this temple are Lord Shiva, Kaal Bhairav, Ved Vyasa, Pandavas, and Adi Shankaracharya can be seen here. This place is one of the Panch Kedars. Due to huge snowfalls, temple does not open between November to March. It is located 71kms away from the city.


Getting to Rudraprayag: Only way to reach this place through road. From the cities such as Gurgoan, Bangalore, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Ludhiana, Mumbai, buses are available to reach this place. Nearest railway station is located at Rishikesh which is 72kms away from the city.


Getting around Rudraprayag: Buses, Taxis and private vehicles are available to visit the surrounding places of Rudraprayag. All the surrounding places are in Rudraprayag district.


Best time to visit Rudraprayag: Visitors can come to this place all over the year.


Where to stay in Rudraprayag: Plenty of accommodations are available to stay in Rudraprayag. Best hotels are Monal Resort, Bhatt Resort, and GMVN Tourist Bungalow.


Where to eat in Rudraprayag: Plenty of restaurants are available to eat in Rudraprayag.

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