The temple is famous for the Sadashiva form of Lord Shiva, manifested as the hump of the Nandi Avatar of the Hindu God. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas, Kedarnath is also one of the four significant sites that have always been pulling pilgrims towards them – Gangotri, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Chota Char Dham.
Due to the high altitude location of the Temple, the weather is usually freezing, so much so that the temple is closed for about six months in a year. The ideal time to visit Kedarnath is from May to June and then again from September to October if you don’t mind it being a little chilly.
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- The Tals of Kedarnath - Bhairavnath Temple - Chandrashila - Chopta-Tungnath-Chandrashila Trek
Follow this detailed Travel Guide before visiting the beautiful Kedarnath Temple
Hiring a chauffeur-driven car can provide convenience and ease for traveling to Kedarnath, allowing you to relax and enjoy the scenic journey.