Panch Prayag Yatra

Panch Prayag 

The Ganga is holy river of India Uttarakhand. It originate from Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. and the places Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandprayag and Vishnuprayag are situated on confluences of Alaknanda with Rivers  Bhagirathi, Mandakini, Pinder, Nandakini, and Dholi Ganga respectively.

Dev Prayag:

It is the confluence of river Alaknanda and Bhagirathi and is famous for temples and river ghats. It is believed that it was at Devprayag where lord Vishnu begged for 3 steps of land from King Bali. Fairs are held on the occasion of Ramnavmi, Dussherra and Basant Panchami.

Rudraprayag:

It is the confluence of Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers and is well known for LaxmiNarayan and Durga temples. In the north of Rudraprayag is Koteshwar where millions of Shivlings are believed to exist. Huge fair is hosted every year on the day on Mahashivratri. Rudraprayag is 32 kms from Karanaprayag.

Karanprayag:

It is situated on the sacred confluence of Alaknanda and Pindari rivers and is known for the Karna Temple and the Uma Devi Temple. It is believed that Lord Surya gifted Kavatch, Kundal and Tuneer to Karna at Karnaprayag. Karnaprayag hosts several temples groups- KaalBhairov temple dedicated to Kaleshwar in the North, Jaleshwar temple in the South and Chandika temple & Narayan temple in the East..

Nand Prayag:

It is the confluence of Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers, about 21 kms from Karnaprayag, on the main route to Badrinath. The famous Gopalji temple is situated here. Nandaprayag hosts fair on the occasion of Baisakhi and Janmasthami.





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