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Rudraprayag

Rudraprayag – The Land of Temples

Rudraprayag the holy abode of Lord Shiva
Named after Lord Shiva (Rudra), Rudraprayag is to be found in the blessed conjunction of Alaknanda and Mandakani rivers, at a separation of 34 km from Srinagar (Garhwal). The whole area is favored with colossal natural magnificence, places of religious imperatives, lakes and ice sheets. The entire region of Rudraprayag is commended with gigantic impressiveness, numerous objectives of religious centrality and icy masses.

History of Rudraprayag
Rudraprayag District was created on 16th September 1997. The region was cut out from the accompanying territories of three abutting locales.
• Whole of Augustmuni & Ukhimath square and part of Pokhri & Karnprayag chunk from Chamoli District.
• Part of Jakholi and Kirtinagar square of Tehri District.
• Part of Khirsu square of Pauri District.

Major Places of attractions in Rudraprayag
Gaurikund, placed in the middle of immaculate Himalayan environs, is  situated in the locale of Rudraprayag in the mound state of Uttarakhand in India. At a height of 1, 982 meters above the ocean level, Gaurikund offers stunning surrounding perspective of snow covered upper Himalayan peaks.
Guptkashi, a spot loaded with peacefulness and quietness, is placed in the region of Rudraprayag inside the hill state of Uttarakhand in India. Guptkashi is in the vicinity of 49 km from the well known Kedarnath.
The temple of Koteshwar is placed at a separation of 3 Km  from the principal city of Rudraprayag in the hill state of Uttarakhand. Koteshwar is an antiquated temple devoted to Lord Shiva.

There is a fascinating legend about the Panch Kedar. As per it, after the combat of Kurukshetra the Pandavas went out searching for Lord Shiva to look for his endowments. However the Lord evaded them since he did not wish to meet them.
Rudranath Temple Rudraprayag is named after Lord Shiva and the temple of ruler Rudranath is arranged at the conjunction of Alaknand and Mandakini. Consistent with mythology Narda Muni worshiped god Shiva here to learn music from him.
Chamunda Devi Temple is likewise arranged at the conjunction of the blessed streams ( Alaknada & Mandakini), Chamunda as wife of Lord Rudra is adored there.

 

 

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