Yamunotri Temple
Yamunotri Temple
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Jen
Mumbai (Bombay), India163 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
mag 2024 • Amici
My Yamunotri trip was memorable due to two reasons. The GMVN hotel at Jankichatti turned out to be a little gem and the horse owner Rana ji ph - 7895503568 gave me a good horse and a great horse handler called Lavansh, who turned out to be the best damn photographer ever. He also took great care throughout the 7 km ride making sure I didn't get knocked by the other mules and palkis. At the temple, he even gave me money for the donation box as I hadn't carried change. Excellent care and attention without any hope of a reward. Sadly on the next trek...Kedarnath, I got hit multiple times by other horse riders knees and the bamboo poles of palkis bcoz the horse boy there was not so careful. Thanks Rana ji & Lavansh.
Scritta in data 15 giugno 2024
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sanju_222323
New Jersey16.289 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
set 2023 • Famiglia
After trekking 6.5 KM, you see a bright yellow temple and thank your stars for making this happen.

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna and has a black marble idol of the goddess. It is considered the source of the river Yamuna and is one of the four sacred shrines in India’s Char Dham pilgrimage. (In clockwise, it's the first dham).

Yamuna is considered the daughter of the sun god Surya and the sister of Yama, the god of death. She is revered as a symbol of purity and is believed to cleanse the souls of those who bathe in her waters. The temple is surrounded by natural hot springs, and it is customary for pilgrims to take a dip in these waters before visiting the shrine.

The Garba Griha contains the idol of Goddess Yamuna made with black marble and decorated with garlands. There is an idol of Goddess Ganga in white stone beside the idol of Goddess Yamuna

Another legend sees Yamunotri as the hermitage of ancient sage Asit Muni. The Muni used to bathe both in Yamuna and Ganga, but in his old age, he couldn't travel to Gangotri. Realizing his problem, a stream of Ganga started to flow beside that of Yamuna.

Two hot springs are also present at Yamunotri, offering relief to tired hikers. Surya Kund has boiling hot water, while Gauri Kund has tepid water suitable for bathing. The spring water is said to be hot enough to cook rice and potatoes
Scritta in data 9 marzo 2024
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Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ott 2023 • Famiglia
Yamunotri Temple is one of the best Dham of Hindu known as char Dham. you may come here after April to nov. every year
Scritta in data 11 novembre 2023
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plpalani
Mumbai (Bombay), India1.603 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ott 2023 • Coppie
We stayed at Bardot and went by car up to Janki Jatti.
From there the mountain can be claimed by trekking , pony raid and dolis( 6 kms).Even basket man carries one person single handed.
We went by doli…it is certainly inhuman but considerate our age that was the only workable action.
There was rain on the way and cold as we went in October.
Yamuna originates up above in the glacier in the mountains but hot water comes in a small place called Yamuna kund.
One can take sulphur ( hot water Amana here)
Ma Yamuna Ana maa Ganga and uthava Moorthy of Yamunaji are in the temple.
All beautiful and divine
Scritta in data 23 ottobre 2023
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Bhagini
Chennai (Madras), India126 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
giu 2023 • Coppie
We stayed at Barkot, started at 6 from Barkot hotel, drove to Yamunotri yatra base. Took us about 1 hour and 30 minutes. We went by pony, they charged ₹2,500 per person. Walking is also possible, but some paths are wet and slippery with the pony dung. Spent about an hour in the temple and the yamuna river behind the mandir. People have spoiled and spoiling throwing clothes,plastics etc. Don't know when people will become sensitive to the environment.....
Scritta in data 30 giugno 2023
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Inspire64360177791
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Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mag 2023 • Coppie
We went to Yamunotri on 11May and stayed in Gmn Rest House. The weather was pleasant. We started at 0600 hrs, booked pony ride @2500pp return. It took 3 hours to reach Yamunotri and 2 hours on return. One hour for darshan and scan in hot ulphur water kund. The path is very narrow and steep. You get a feeling that you'll fall any moment. In my opinion palki is a good option
Scritta in data 12 maggio 2023
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GauravJ84
Pune, India82 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
mag 2022 • Famiglia
We went to Yamnotri in May month which really crowded as temple was closed last 2 years due to COVID.

Coming to Trek and temple, this Trek is quite difficult than other treks and uphill task to complete. If you can't walk, you have doli, pony etc available.

Start very early 5 am to avoid pony on the route. Once ponty starts, way will be dirty. It will be mesmerizing experience to go on such a divine Trek. You would get needed snack during the Trek.

A key improvement I see, there should be proper washroom during the Trek and those were clean very regularly.

Temple is very divine and soaks you in religious emotions. It also has a hot water spring where people can tak bath. Temple is clean and usually you get enough time to do the darshan. Spend good 2 hours there.

There is lot of scope to improve these heritage and religious site, I could see the government is already trying their best.
Scritta in data 15 aprile 2023
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Manoj Kumar C V
Thrissur, India855 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
set 2022 • Solo
Yamunotri dham is one of the four chota char dham in the Uttarakhand state. Situated at an altitude of 3200m its about 150km from district headquarters uttarkashi. Buses are available from rishikeah, haridwar and dehradun to Uttarkashi. The last town where one can get accommodation is Janki chatti. From there one have to trek about 7km. Horse, dolly, pitti etc are also available. Trek through the picturesque mountains itself is divine. Up there is a hotspring and kund with hot water where one can take a holy dip before darshan at the temple. Remember, one can go solo to save time and money.
Scritta in data 25 settembre 2022
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SubhankarAD
Abu Dhabi, Emirati Arabi Uniti47 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
mag 2022
We took the Char Dham Yatra from 16th to 20th May 2022 by Helicopter. We used Streak Heli Services. From Dehradun we left early morning via Sahastradhara helipad. Reached Kharsali village in about 20min. Freshened up at a lodge which was very basic. There most of the accommodations at Kharsali village are basic, though they serve hot food and have hot water in bathrooms.
Then we started the near about 3 hr uphill journey to the Yamunotri Temple. A bit of advice here. The trek is extremely difficult as it is a long one --- 6km, of which 3km are very steep. Oxygen levels are low which makes walking difficult, more so at an inclined path. Better to choose Palki which is the best option. There are also horses, but they are not at all comfortable, very dangerous while descending and a bad choice for persons with back problems.
On reaching the temple and all along the road, the crowd was thick. Hot springs re there at adjacent area. The Pujari arranged a puja for us in the Temple at the Initiation site of river Yamuna which is a hot spring. There is another cold water flow of Yamuna that comes from snow melting. After Puja darshan of Goddess Ganga, Yamuna followed by prasad.
Then we started our downward travel again by Palki. Palkis travel faster downhill as the horses are afraid looking at steep descents. There is a picturesque spot in this route to sit on the rocks and click photos with the Yamuna flowing by.
After night stay at the lodge, early next morning we freshened up, had breakfast and left for the helipad close by for the travel to Gangotri.
Scritta in data 2 giugno 2022
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Niteash
Pune, India321 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mag 2022
We did the trek to the temple. It's a belief that can take you places. While September is a good time, we visited in May which was saw a huge crowd. The trek can get tough with pony, palki and pithu moving up and down give least priority to people trekking. Once you reach the top, you will be relieved of tiredness where ever you step your foot. The hot spring is not something that can be used by everyone. The place definitely requires better upkeep. Not recommended to spend much time at the top as the climate changes and can cause you to get stuck up.
Scritta in data 29 maggio 2022
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