Lord Shiva in the Kedarnath area Uttarakhand presents on every corner and every part of nature. This is a sacred religious place where thousands of devotees seek to worship and praise the Lord. Kedarnath kapat is now open last month and will close after October. The distance from Delhi to Kedarnath is 295 kms. If you go to Kedarnath Tour, then we give you detailed information about the religious beliefs related to Kedarnath, along with the philosophies of Panch Kedar and how to get here, so that you can go and praise the Lord while observing the unique beauty of nature. In addition to enjoying the blessings of Lord Shiva, you can worship several Vishas here.
There are many temples of Lord Shiva in the country. But the religious significance of Kedarnath is omnipresent. It is said that Kedarnath is very important in theology. All kind of affection is completed with the philosophy of Kedarnath. The religious significance of this place of Lord Shiva is associated with the Mahabharata period. This religious place is located in the lap of the Himalayas. In addition to Kedarnath, there are four more Kedars, where Lord Shiva is situated in different forms. Let us know first about Panch Kedar in detail.
Kedarnath is known as the twelveth Jyotirlinga. The first God in Kedar is Kedarnath. The second Kedar is Madhyamaheshwar. Third Kedar is Tungnath, 4th Kedar is Lord Rudranath and Pancham Kedar is Kalpeshwar. It is said that after the war of Mahabharata, Pandavas wanted to get freedom from the sin of fraternal. At the behest of Veda Vyas, Kedarnath came to penance to atone for the killing of Pandavas own co-tribe brother. But Lord Shiva was angry with Pandavas and did not want to see them.
Lord Shiva took the form of bull to avoid the Pandavas. Bhima has recognized Lord Shiva. Shiva was present in the form of bull among other animals. Bhima took a huge form to spread Lord Shiva between other animals in his actual form and spread legs between the two hills. The remaining animals left under the feet of Bhima but Shiva, present in the form of bull, did not do this. Seeing this, Lord Shiva took the separation in the form of a bull, but Bhima grabbed half of his share. In this way, the Pandavas were freed from the sin of killing own tribe friends and brothers after seeing Lord Shiva’s philosophy. Since then, Lord Shiva in Kedarnath is present in the rock form of the shape of the bull and is worshiped.
Here Lord Shiva sits in the central part. Madhyamaheshwar skull, located at a height of more than 12,000 feet above sea level, remains closed for six months for winter. Here’s the natural beauty of your heart. If you are going to Kedarnath, then second Kedar Madhyamaheshwar must also go.
This Tungnath temple of Lord Shiva is located at the highest elevation of 3680 meters above sea level. There is an adoration of Lord Shiva as Bhuja. If you go to Kedarnath, then you should also go to Tungnath.
Rudranath is the fourth temple of Lord Shiva. This temple is located in the cave whose height is 2286 meters above sea level. Here are the visions of Lord Shiva’s face. Shiva is present here in the form of vocal deck. If you are going to Kedarnath, then definitely go to Rudranath temple of Panch Kedar.
Kalpeshwar Temple is famous as Pancham Kedar. Lord Shiva is sitting here in the form of Jata. Here you can visit Lord Shiva for twelve months. Kalpeshwar temple is situated at an elevation of 2134 meters above sea level. If you are going to Kedarnath, then go to Kalpeshwar and do the philosophy of Lord Shiva.
How to reach Kedarnath
Distance from Delhi to Kedarnath- 295 Kms.
How to reach – Bus, car, car and taxi
If you are going to Kedarnath from Delhi and want to travel by bus, you will get a bus directly from Anand Vihar bus stand. If you want to travel by plane to Kedarnath, then the nearest airport is Dehradun. If you want to travel by train then the nearest railway station is Haridwar. Next to Haridwar you will have to go by bus or taxi.
When to Visit Kedarnath
You can visit Kedarnath and Panch Kedar between May and October.