History of Kedarnath temple Uttarakhand #GoBroRide

"History of Kedarnath temple which is in Uttarakhand". Kedarnath is one of the most famous and well-known pilgrim centres among Hindus across the globe.



The reason for #Kedarnath popularity is that it is one of the four places which falls under the famous Char Dham Yatra. The other three pilgrimage places are Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. I recently had the pleasure of going to Kedarnath and taking the holy blessings of Lord Shiva. You can check out my experience in the travel vlog which ill be posting shortly on my travel and lifestyle-related #YouTube channel which is titled #GoBroRide.


The videos will be available under the customized playlist which solely focuses on my experience and journey to Kedarnath. Moreover, I have even curated special playlists for all of my previous vacations and getaways as well. This would come across as useful insights if you are planning to go to any of these places.



Access to the famous Shiva temple at Kedarnath begins in the month of Vaishakh (April to May) every year and closes on the first day of the Hindu month of Kartik (October to November).


According to historical sources, it is believed that this temple came into existence as a result of the Pandavas’ search for Lord Shiva to atone for their sins of killing their brethren during the Kurukshetra war. Subsequently, Lord Shiva avoided meeting them and stopped at the Kedarnath. Thereafter, Lord Shiva took the form of a bull and started to force himself into the ground. Later, as a result, only his hump was left visible.



However, #LordShiva was impressed by the willpower and determination of the Pandavas he forgave their sins, blessed them and allowed them to worship him at #Kedarnath. Another historical fact which comes forward from this same theory is that the stone-like structure which is worshipped at the Kedarnath temple is the hump of the bull.


While Lord Shiva was hiding here, his arms appeared at the #TungnathTemple, his face at #RudranathTemple, his belly at #MadmaheshwarTemple and his locks (hair) with head at #KalpeshwarTemple. Kedarnath along with the four above-mentioned shrines are treated as #PanchKedar. You can check out my vlog to get a real-time visual experience of the holy shrine at Kedarnath.


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