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Five Shiva Temples of Hindus - Panch Kedar

Anfostar Team Sun Oct 16, 2022
Five Shiva Temples of Hindus - Panch Kedar
Five Shiva Temples of Hindus - Panch Kedar

Panch Kedar has its own special significance in Uttarakhand. Kedarnath, Rudranath, Kalpeshwar, Madmaheshwar and Tungnath.

Panchkedar, or Panchkedar (Five Kedars) is the collective name for the five Shiva temples of Hindus. These temples are located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand state of India. There are some legends associated with these temples, according to which these temples were built by the Pandavas.

Panchkedar-# Hiding the boundless natural beauty in the doti part of Uttarakhand, Kumaon-Garhwal and Nepal, in the middle of the mountain ranges of the Himalayas, giving the eternal message of Sanatan Hindu culture, the symbol of unshakable faith, including Kedarnath and other four peeths, the names of Nav Kedar are known from. Devotees and pilgrims, by visiting these holy places for centuries, have been doing deeds and successful desires.

Temple-

Kedarnath-

Kedarnath Temple is at an altitude of 3583 meters above sea level. After the Gangotri Yatra, there is a law for Kedarnath Yatra, which is located in Rudraprayag district, about 343 km from Gangotri, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Tungnath-

Tungnath Temple is situated at an altitude of 3680 meters above sea level.

Rudranath-

Rudranath Temple is at an altitude of 2286 meters above sea level.

Madhyamaheshwar-

Madhyamaheshwar Temple is situated at an altitude of 3490 meters above sea level.

Kalpeshwar-

Kalpeshwar Temple is at an altitude of 2200 meters above sea level.

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