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Kalpeshwar Mandir is one of the main religious places of Uttarakhand. This temple is located at an altitude of about 2134 meters from the sea level in the Urgam Valley. In this temple, people worship Lord Shiva’s hair also called “Jata” or one of the three trinities of Hindu religion. Kalpeshwara temple comes in fifth place in “Panchkedar” pilgrimage. One can visit here at any time of the year. This small stone temple can be reached through a cave. The temple of Kalpeshwara is situated at a very high altitude. This place dedicated to Lord Shiva is considered as a holy shrine. Kalpeshwar is one of the important pilgrimage sites of Uttarakhand. It is situated in the heart of the Himalayan mountain ranges in the Uttarakhand’s infinite natural beauty. Kalpeshwar is situated in the symbolic form of the eternal message of Sanatan Hindu culture. According to a legend, a popular sage Arghya used to meditate in the temple under the Kalpa tree. It is also believed that he had made Apsara Urvashi at this place. The priests of Kalpeshwara temple are Namboodiri Brahmins of South India. It is said about them that they are the disciples of Adiguru Shankaracharya. The main temple is famous as “Anadinatha Kalpeshwar Mahadev”.

After the Mahabharata war, the Pandavas want to know the legislation of making the atonement from Vedvyas Ji to get rid of sin for killing their own relatives, who died in the war. The Vyas Ji said that the welfare of Kulghati (own relatives killers) is not possible, but if you want liberation from this sin, then go to Kedar and pray and worship Lord Shiva. After accepting the instructions from Vyas Ji Pandavas started their journey to visit Kedarnath.

Pandav wished Shiva’s blessings and first, they reached Kashi, but Lord Shiva was not interested to give his blessing to Pandavas. After not getting blessings from Lord Shiva in Kashi, the Pandavas turned towards Kedarnath (as directed by Vyas Ji). Lord Shiva saw the Pandavas are coming to the Kedarnath he tried to run to Guptkashi after taking the form of Mahisha (Buffalo) so that he can hide with other animals. Pandavas got the information through Akaswani (sound of god from the sky) that the Shiva is trying to hide in animal form.

Day 1: Dehradun / Haridwar to Gopeshwar (251 KM /235 KM)

On the first day, our team will pick you from your reaching place from where we will go to our first point Gopeshwar. We can follow two routes to go to Gopeshwar. The first route reaches Srinagar via the Dwara, Kanatal, New Tehri and the other route reaches Srinagar via the Rishikesh, Devprayag, Turi. We will follow Rishikesh Route, it will take about nine hours to reach Gopeshwar. If we go by the second route, it will take more than ten hours for us to reach Gopeshwar. After Srinagar, we will cross Rudraprayag, Gauchar, Karnprayag, and Nandprayag to reach Gopeshwar via Chamoli. On the way, there are huge markets everywhere, where you can also make good shopping. This route touches three Prayags of five-Prayag. Gopeshwar is a famous place surrounded by the mountains of the Himalaya range. You can relax here or can visit the famous Shiva temple. An ancient temple of Lord Shiva is the main attraction of this city and thousands of pilgrims visit this temple throughout the year. Due to its natural beauty and fresh and tranquil atmosphere, Gopeshwar is a major attraction for the tourists. In addition to the ancient temple of Lord Shiva, the Vatariya Kund, the Temple Group without the statues and the oaks tree forests are other places where you can spend the rest of the day.

Day 2: Gopeshwar To Urgam (65 kms Drive) to Kalpeshwarnath (2 Km Trek)

If you like trekking then the second day is very special for you. On the second day in the morning, our team will take you to the Urgam village. We will reach here by vehicle, which will be an exciting journey in itself because of its high mountain path. To reach here we will follow the Gopeshwar > Chamoli (12 KM) > Pipalkoti (18 KM) > Helang Ka Bend (25 KM) > Urgam Village (18 KM) route through vehicle. After reaching the Urgam, we will move for Kalpeshwar Nath temple. From the village to the temple we will go through the trekking path of 2 kilometers. We have to cross steep climbing and you will be very tired after reaching the temple. This temple is located at an altitude of about 2134 meters from the sea level in the Urgam Valley. In this temple, Lord Shiva's hair (Jata) are worshiped. Kalpeshwara temple comes in fifth place in 'Panch Kedar' pilgrimage. The temple of Kalpeshwar is situated at a very high altitude. This place dedicated to Lord Shiva is considered as a holy shrine. You can enjoy the natural beauty in this temple situated in the middle of the Himalayan mountain ranges. In our this journey, we will rest here for the night. Our team will make complete arrangements for your sleeping place and dinner.

Day 3: Explore Urgam Valley

Next day we will explore the Urgam valley. You can track from the temple to the valley, which is about five kilometers. There is a huge green grass Bugyal here that looks beautiful. Protected species of trees in the forest have been planted in this village such as Burrans, Pebbles, Cedars, Panyya, Manipuri Banjh, Moru, Pangar, Timla, Khadik, etc. The Urgam Valley is also a beautiful tourist destination along with religious place. Here you can visit the temples of Banshee Narayana, Fyona Narayana, Dhyan Badri, Ghantakarna, and Urwa Rishi Temple. Villagers have prepared Gaura Devi Forest in the name of Chipko Netri Gaura Devi in Pilikhi village of the valley. Here tourists and pilgrims are encouraged to plant one tree each. To reach Urgam Valley, we have to cross the trekking route of seven to eight kilometers. Dhyan Badri Temple is located in this valley, is also a popular and beautiful temple where you can go. This temple is a beautiful model of ancient art, which is situated on the banks of the river Alaknanda. The Dhyan Badri Temple is one of Sapta-Badri temples located in Uttarakhand. Here the statue in the four-handed in meditation pose of Lord Vishnu idol was established, which was made by black stone. It is believed that this temple was built by Adi Guru Shankaracharya in the twelfth century. In this valley, there are more than a dozen small villages, including Salla, Badginda, Urgam, Devgra, Behta, Bharki Arosi, Pilkhi, Vasa, Rauta. We will stay at Urgam village for night and TrekNTrek team will take care of your sleeping place and dinner.

Day 4: Urgam To Haridwar / Dehradun (254 Km/270 Km)

The next day our team will come to take back to your pick-up point. It will take about nine to ten hours to reach from Urgam Valley to Dehradun or Haridwar. On the way, we will stop at Rawat Restaurant at Karnaprayag for lunch which is very popular here. We will follow the Urgam > Kalpeshwar> > Nandprayag > Karnaprayag > Gauchar > Rudraprayag > Srinagar > Rishikesh > Dehradun route.After reaching Haridwar or Dehradun you can stay here for one more night if you want to take rest or can head back to your home. You will take a wonderful experience of this journey with you.

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