The Bhavishya Badri Temple is located 02 kilometers away from the village of Subhai in Joshimath of Uttarakhand state. This temple is situated at a height of 2,744 meters above sea level. The Bhavishya Badri Temple is situated between the dense forest and one can reach here only by trekking. This is situated on an ancient pilgrimage route of Kailash and Mansarovar mountains along the bank of Dhauli Ganges River. The Bhavishya Badri Temple is one of the Panch Badri (Badrinath, Yogdhyan Badri, Adi Badri, and Virdha Badri) and Sapta Badri Tirtha. It is believed that these temples were established by Adi Shankaracharya. Adi Guru Shankaracharya is credited with the establishment of several temples in Uttarakhand region. The objective of the establishment of these temples by Adi Shankaracharya was to promote the Hindu religion in every remote part of the country. Here Lord Badri is seated as a huge Shaligram statue. The Bhavishya Badri Temple is a famous, religious and sacred temple, which is situated in the middle of the thick forests around Tapovan on the Joshimath-Lata-Malari road. Due to the fierce climbing of the big temple, only physically fit trekkers can reach the temple premises. On the Badrinath motorway, a route from Joshimath goes to Shri Badrinath through passing the Vishnu Prayag. Another route from Joshimath, Tapovan, Saladhar, Bhalari goes towards Niti Valley. On this route from Joshimath, there is a place called Saladar, which is 23 km away, from where after crossing 5 km steep climbing distance one can reach to Bhavishya Badri in Subhai village. A cottage (Kutiya) is made near the Bhavishya-Badri temple, where a Baba Ji lives in a solitary place. Located in Subhai village, the Bhavishya Badri Temple is important in terms of architectural craft.