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Plant with Miracle that is found in Badrinath Dham


The plant that grew in the Badrinath shrine associated with the trust of millions of people has also surprised the science world. The results that came after the research are extremely shocking. The scientists were just wondering what would be the impact of global warming and the bad effects of climate change on basil? But the results surprised them. It has been found that Badri Tulsi, the addicted to cold conditions in the Himalayas and the cold conditions in the Himalayas, will absorb more carbon. Not only this, the temperature will increase further. Let the visitors of the Chardham take the devotees and devotees, Badri Tulsi as their offerings. Regional people have dedicated it to Lord Badri Vishal. Nobody does harm to its plants. The devotees only break it for offering. Badri basil is available on such a large scale only in Badrinath Dham. Its medicinal properties have been widely appreciated in the Puranas. People drink tea also. But its other qualities have also been exposed in the new environment being created by climate change. Under the data base being prepared for the protection of herbs from the side effects of climate change, the first time the scientists tested on Badri Tulsi. It found amazing ability to combat climate change. The Ecology, Climate Change and Forest Influence Division of Forest Research Institute (FRI) tested it in its Open Top Chamber. It found that the ability to absorb carbon in the normal Tulsi and other plants is 12 percent more. If the temperature increases, its capacity will increase by 22 percent. Its plant becomes 5-6 feet tall. Plants make the umbrella shape, so that it absorbs more carbon.

Beneficial in these diseases: skin diseases (leishmaniasis), diarrhea, diabetes, wounds, hair fall, headache, influenza, fungal infection, fever, cough, bacterial infections etc.

Badri Tulsi has amazing ability to counter the adverse effects of climate change. This has proved to be the result of research. It absorbs more carbon and its capacity will increase as temperatures rise.

Interesting Story Behind Badrinath Dham

Now, Badrinath Dham Kapat has opened for Chardham Yatra Tour of 2019. Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath Dham are included in the Char Dham Yatra of Uttarakhand, which is also known as Chota Chardham. Similarly, the biggest Chardham tour of the country includes Badrinath (Uttarakhand) along with Dwarka (Gujarat), Puri (Orissa), Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu).

Due to this History, Badrinath Dham is considered as the most special in Char Dham in Uttarakhand.

Legends Behind Badrinath Dham

There is a fiction about Lord Vishnu’s Dham Badrinath. According to the legends, it used to be the home of Lord Shiva in Badrinath, but later it became the meditation place of Lord Vishnu. It is said that Lord Shiv used to live here with his family. But one day, Lord Vishnu started looking for a place to meditate, and he saw this place, and he saw this place. He loved the atmosphere of Badrinath. But they knew that this is the residence of their adorable Shiva.

Then he started crying loudly in the form of a child. Mata Parvati’s eyes fell on them and she started to silence the child. But the child did not stop. When Mata Parvati went inside with the child, Shiva realized that it was Vishnu. Shiva told Parvati that leaving the child. But the Mata did not obey and went inside to get him to sleep.

When the child slept, Mata Parvati came out. After this, Lord Vishnu closed the door from inside and when Shiva returned, he said that he liked this place very much. He told Shiva to go to Kedarnath from there, and then he will present his devotees this place. In this way Shiva Bhumi was known as Dham Badrinath of Lord Vishnu.

According to another belief, it is said that once Mata Lakshmi went to her maternal aunt with Lord Vishnu. To celebrate them, Lord Vishnu did penance and removed the displeasure of Mata Lakshmi.

Finding Lord Vishnu, Mata Lakshmi reached the place where she was absorbed in asceticism. She saw that Shri Vishnu is doing penance by sitting on a berry tree. After this, Mata Lakshmi named Lord Vishnu as ‘Badrinath’. After this its named as Badrinath.

How to Reach Badrinath Dham

To reach here, first visit Rishikesh. You can reach here via railway or roadway. You can also reach the Jolly Grant Airport of Dehradun by air. After this, Badrinath Dham will be reached from reach Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Joshimath, etc.

Chardham 2019 Kapat Opened

Yesterday (May 9th 2019), in the Brahmavala, on 5:35 minutes, Kedarnath Kapat was opened to the devotees of Lord Shivji with high devote sounds. Baba’s Panchamukhi Murthy was in the temple of Kedar. Now, for the next six months devotees will visit here to praise the lord Baba Kedar. Over two and a half thousand devotees became auspicious. At the same time, ‘Governor – Baby Rani Maurya’ also reached Baba Kedar and visited Dham. The festival of Doli Baba Kedar was celebrated by Chief priest Kedar Ling. Other rituals were performed, after which the doli was decorated. Kedarnath Raval Bhimashankar Ling, Vedpathis, priests, the presence of rights holders in the presence of Kapat was chanted as per Vedic traditions. The kapats were opened on 5:35 minutes. Doli entered the temple during this time. First of all the priests and devotees of the sanctum sanitation and indulgence in the sanctorum, after which ling was worshiped inside the temple. At 6 o’clock the main Kapat was opened for devotees.

With the tune of the band of Armies Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry, Kedarnath became utterly resonant with praise of Bhole Baba by devotees. Meanwhile, members of BKTC including Raval Bhimashankar, and former Chief Minister and BJP MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank were also present in the Kapat of Kedarnath Dham. In this regard, all the preparations were completed by the Sri Badrinath-Kedarnath temple committee. Garhwal Board Commissioner Dr. BVRC Purushottam, District Magistrate Mangesh Ghildiyal and other officials also reached Dham. Be the first to be made through the video given in this venerable witness.

Puja material reached Kedarnath shrine before the opening of the Kapat

Prior to the opening of Kedarnath Dham, the Air Force helped in bringing worship material of the temple there. Describing the pleasant journey of devotees, the Chief Minister said that, at all places, the State Government has made a very good arrangement. He said that the construction of Chardham Road has stopped for the rest of the passengers. 80 percent of Kedarnath’s reconstruction work has been completed and the work of residual reconstruction is also being done fast. The necessary arrangements have also been made in Badrinath Dham. Here, we get passenger medical services through the Vivekananda Health Mission. At the same time, arrangements have been made to provide better health facilities in Kedarnath Dham. The Health Department has deployed doctors on every four kilometers of Dham every two kilometers.

Rudraprayag: Where Shiva Ji had given Darshan to Narada in Rudra form

Rudraprayag located in Uttarakhand is one of the five Prayags of the Alankananda River. Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers meet here. The distance of Kedarnath from the holy place is just 86 kilometers. Rudraprayag can be reached from Haridwar and Rishikesh railway station.

Name is associated with Lord Shiva

It is said that Lord Shiva had blessed Narada at this place and had appeared in Rudra Avatar. Due to being close to the Himalayas, this place is very beautiful and tourists also come here. Rudraprayag also has many sacred temples, which are visited by devotees for years to see.

Among them are Jagdamba and Shiva Temple heads. Along with this, the Koteshwar temple near the Alaknanda river is also famous among the devotees. The distance of Rudraprayag of Delhi is about 357 kilometers.

Apart from Kedarnath, there is also a route from Rudraprayag to Badrinath. That’s why a lot of people keep coming here. Rudraprayag was badly damaged due to the flood in Uttarakhand in 2013. Many houses and bridges collapsed.

Mana Village – Last Village of India

Mana Village is very beautiful place which is last village of India is here since the Mahabharata period.

The village considered very beautiful on the border of India and China. This village is related to Mahabharata period and Pandavas. Even today, the bridge constructed by the Pandavas is located. As well as the mythological caves are located nearby.

Mana village situated in the border of Uttarakhand and China is the last village of India in this direction, after which China’s border begins. The mention of this Mana village is found in the references related to Treta Yuga. Its legendary name is Manibhadra. The locals of this village are very beautiful because of nature’s love. It is very interesting to the history lovers along with Nature Lovers. This village is related to the Mahabharata period. Because the Pandavas had made a way to go to heaven from here.

Mana Village Location

It is situated at a distance of 4 km from Badrinath Dham, located in Uttarakhand. In this village, only a few months remain lively. Because when the valves of Badrinath Dham are closed, people leave it here.

Things to do in Mana Village

After enjoying the natural scenes in the village Mana, you can visit many mythological places. These include Ganesh cave dedicated to Shri Ganapati, the cave of Shri Ved Vyas ji, Bhima bridge, India border, Himalaya, natural reservoir etc.

Best time to visit Mana Village

The best time to visit Mana village is from May to October. During this time there are a large number of tourists coming here. Because usually these days Badrinath Dham opens. Located on the border of India and China, this village enjoys unique views of nature.

How to reach Mana Village

From Haridwar and Rishikesh, the village can be reached via road. By Haridwar, you can travel by rail. The distance of the village of Mana is 275 kilometers. Bus and taxi get comfortably from Haridwar to go to Mana village.