Kedarnath: See facts & Images before visiting

April to June is considered as the best time to visit Kedarnath.

The Pandavas sought the blessings of Lord Shiva for redemption. They undertook penance at here

Shiva is believed to dived into ground & left his hump on the surface at Kedarnath.

It was built between in 9th CE from massive blocks of mountain rocks.

The idol of Lord Shiva is in the form of an irregular triangular rock 

It is one of the 12 Jyotiralingas

It is located on a breath-taking landscape

The name Kedarnath is derived from ‘Kodarum.’

The Nearby Bhaironath Temple is believed to be Guardian of Kedarnath

2013 Floods had ruined the entire city of Kedarnath

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