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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Scenic Beauty of Kedar Nath Temple

Earlier we posted about the Waterfalls on the way to The Kedarnath Temple. Presenting some more pics of the endless scenic beauty of the place. The only pity is that there is a limit to which cameras can capture a scene. There is a limit to which the batteries can sustain. But there is no limit of the beauty, the scenes that you see on the 14 kms of trek towards the Kedarnath Temple.

See this photograph.
This is heaven.... indeed heaven...

This is how clouds play hide & seek with snow peaks of the Himalayas.

These peaks form the beautiful background of the main temple. The name of this peak is Meru Parvat. According to Hindu mythology, this mountain is the centre of the Srishti (The Creation, The Universe.)

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

A Small Village School in the Lap of the Himalayas

Seeing small children running towards school is anytime a delight to the eyes & refreshing to the mind as all of a sudden it reminds you of your own school days.

But seeing a school at such a beautiful place, a valley right in the lap of Himalayas, was quite an envious experience as we went down our own memory lane.

We just kept moving on praying to God for a bright future for all children having dreams in their eyes.

The village was near The Rudra Nath Temple. One of the Panch Kedars.

The Road to Nowhere : A view on way to Badrinath (from Kedarnath)

While moving from the Kedarnath Temple, towards shri Badrinath ji, we had our breakfast at Chopta , where the scenes were a delight for the human eye. Moving onwards, we passed through the Musk Deer Sanctuary. Though we could not see any musk deer over there, we stopped at one place to confirm that we were on the right track. Clicked a photograph as it looked like we were on - "The Road to Nowhere!!"

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Triyugi Narayan Temple : Marriage place of Lord Shiva & Parvati

Triyuginarayan Temple is assumed to be a temple of "Treta-Yug", a Yug older than even the Kedarnath temple, which was built by Pandavas in Dwaapar Yug. Situated in a small vllage in dense, thick forests off a few kilometers from Sonprayag, on the way to The Kedarnath Shrine, this is the place where it is believed that Lord Shiva was married to Parvati.
The fire around which "Phere" were done, is still kept alight here. Unfortunatelly the photos of that pious fireplace were damaged during transfer from our camera to PC.

This is the place in the temple where Kanyadaan of Parvati took place.

Its a completely mesmerizing experiencing to attend Aarti in this temple, standing near the fireplace which is witness to one of the most sacred & auspicious ceremony of the God himself & is still alight since millions of years.
Truly Awe Inspiring to any one having a little of faith in Hindu Religion !!!

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