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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.

Lord Badrinath’s temple is located between Nar-Narayana Mountains. God appeared here in the Dwapar era. It is said that at the end of Kalyuga, the path of Badrinath Dham will be blocked due to Nar-Narayana Mountains interlock and people will not be able to reach the Badrinath Dham. There is a belief associated with the temple of Lord Narasimha in Joshimath. This secret related to the Narasimha Temple is described in Kedarkhand of Skanda Purana. According to this, the wrist of the Shaligram of Narasimha is becoming thin every day. 

Tour Distance & Duration Locations With Altitude
Day 1 : Dehradun/Haridwar to Joshimath (294Km/334km) Joshimath: 6150 Feet (1,875 Meters)
Day 2 : Joshimath to Saldhar (23 km Drive) to Subhain Village (3 Km trek + Home stay) Subahin: 8070 Feet (2,460 Meters)
Day 3 : Subhain to Bhavishya Badri (2Km Trek) + Explore Bugyal then return to Joshimath Bhavishya Badri: 9002 Feet (2744 Meters)
Day 4 : Joshimath to Dehradun/Haridwar Total Trek – 10 KM Days engraved in trekking: 04 days


Region – Chamoli Duration – 4 Days Difficulty – Easy
Average Temperature – 24 to 10 Degree Get Yourself Fit – Safety –

Day 1: Dehradun/Haridwar to Joshimath (294Km/334km)

On day first our TrekNTales will receive you at your arrival location. After that, we will take you to the best journey of your life. Our first stopping point will be Joshimath. This place is around 294Km from Dehradun which will take approximately 10 hours long drive. If your arrival point is Haridwar then it's about 334km which will take the same duration to reach here. On the slopes descending from Trishul peak, Joshimath is situated on the left bank of the Alaknanda in a narrow space. So on the way, while reaching the Joshimath you can enjoy the spectacular views of high mountains and can enjoy the fresh air. In the mid-way, you can take a rest for a few minutes and also can have light food. We suggest you take light food as much as you can because we will go through all the hill-side roads. To avoid vomiting and dizziness you can carry a few medicines also with you. After reaching the Joshimath you will feel too tired. We will provide you the best and budget suitable hotel to stay and enjoy the evening of this place. After taking dinner at night you can for a walk to enjoy the cool and fresh air.

Day 2: Joshimath to Saldhar (23 km Drive) to Subhain Village (3 Km trek + Home-Stay)

Next day after waking up and taking delicious breakfast we will move to our next stop Saldhar. This place is around 23 Km from the Joshimath. While going to the Saldhar you can enjoy the high mountain which is covered with snow sheet views. After reaching Saldhar we will take rest here so that we can prepare for our next destination journey. Here you can enjoy some light food also. Once you are ready to move our TrekNTales team will lead you to reach our next stopping point Subhain Village. It's a small trek of only 3 Km. This is a small and beautiful village and people are too friendly here. After reaching here you can take a rest in Home-Stay. Our team will arrange it for you. Here you can meet the local people and they will tell you a very interesting story about the Bhavishya Badri. Also, the villagers keep the key to the temple with them. They will let you know about the past and future of the temple according to the mythological texts. In this area, many stories of fairy-tales and wild animals are heard by local people. Like other hill villages in Subhai village, it has its own unique style, which includes a special style of building construction. Most of the buildings are one floor and one and a half storey. After taking the night meal prepared by the villagers you can take a rest.

Day 3: Subhain to Bhavishya Badri (2Km Trek) + Explore Bugyal then return to Joshimath

Next day after waking up early in the morning and having light breakfast our TrekNTales team will lead you for the next destination the Bhavishya Badri. To reach here we have to trek for 2 Km. Once you reach the Bhavishya Badri Temple, you will feel the different type of clam and happiness inside you. For the relaxation in Bhavishya Badri, the Ashram is built by Shri Satpal Ji Maharaj and Kali Shankar Math / Ashram by the Shri Bal Yogi Lal Baba Ji. There is no regular priest (pujari) in the temple, but regular worship (puja) is done here for 6 months by Dimari Brahmins (until the gates of Badrinath temple are open). The Subhain villagers also used to take part in this regular worship (puja). Due to its idol feature, this temple is being given special recognition in the middle of the thick forest. After taking relax and prasad from temple now we will move to explore the Bugyal which is located near to it. Here you can take photos and easily can see castles roaming around here. You can sit here to enjoy green grassland views in the middle of the high mountains. After all the activities we will head back to the Joshimath in the same hotel to take rest.

Day 4: Joshimath to Dehradun/Haridwar (294Km/334km)

Next morning our TreakNTales team will come to pick you. We will move from Joshimath after taking breakfast. Our team will drop you at the same place from where we started our journey 3 days ago. While going back you can enjoy the beautiful views and cool air. In mid-way, you can take photos so that you can remember this amazing trip with TrekNTales in future. After reaching our first meeting point Haridwar / Dehradun you can move to your city or you also can take rest here.

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