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Explore Chardham Yatra with Helicopter

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The most holy and fortunate pilgrimage in Hinduism can be completed distinctively and practically by doing the  Chardham Yatra with Helicopter. Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath are the four sacred locations in the Himalayas that are visited during the Chardham Yatra. These locations honor the goddesses Yamuna, Ganga, Shiva, and Vishnu, in that order.

By using a helicopter to transport you during the Chardham Yatra, you may avoid the exhausting road trips and trekking and instead take in the breathtaking aerial views of the surrounding scenery. Additionally, you can save time and effort by making use of the neighboring activities and attractions at each site. Since everything is planned by Travel Acharya, the top travel agency for the Chardham Yatra, the Chardham Yatra with helicopter is a hassle-free and enjoyable experience.

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Starting in Dehradun, you will take a helicopter to Kharsali, the base camp for Yamunotri, as part of the Chardham yatra. You will then ride a palanquin to the Yamunotri shrine, which is only 5 miles distant. You will return to Kharsali and spend the night there after making your devotion to Goddess Yamuna. You will take a plane the following day to Harsil, which is Gangotri's base camp. You will next go the 25 kilometers by road to the Gangotri temple. Following your immersion in the sacred Ganga river, you will make your way back to Harsil where you will spend the night. You will go to Phata on the third day, where you will switch to a new helicopter and travel to Lord Shiva's residence, Kedarnath. The trek to the Kedarnath temple from the helipad takes approximately fifteen minutes, and it takes only thirty minutes.

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Once you have prayed to Lord Shiva, you will take a plane to Guptkashi and spend the night there. You will take a plane to Badrinath, the home of Lord Vishnu, on the fourth day. You are going to the temple of Badrinath, where you will worship the idol of Badrinarayan. You will also be able to experience Lord Vishnu's divinely magnificent Maha Abhishek. The night will be spent at Badrinath. You will travel back to Dehradun on the fifth day to wrap up your journey.  For more information visit: www.travelacharya.in

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