Rudraprayag is a delightful town in Uttarakhand and in the wake of Rudraprayag tour you can witness the appeal and positive vibes all around to quiet yourself. It is accepted that Lord Shiva visited the spot as Lord Rudra and that is the way the spot got its name. There are a few spots around where you can see the staggering locales of exquisite natural beauty. Ensure that you visit the spots with a guide for being able to investigate the places in peace as people from all over the world visit this destination throughout the year. Here are some of the major tourist attractions in Rudraprayag which you shouldn’t miss once you reach this superbly picturesque town.
Kartik Swami is a temple devoted to the child of Lord Shiva, Lord Kartikeya. The temple is situated in the amazing scenery at a height of 3000 meters. This flawlessly built temple can be reached by trekking and best of all, the trek trail is secured with lavish green timberlands. Khirsu is a hill town that is acclaimed for its wonderful plantations and loosening up spots to spend occasions. The spot is ideal for individuals who need to get away from the day by day unpleasant life and appreciate the immaculate magnificence of the town. The best thing you can do in the bumpy town is to stroll in the thick woodlands of deodar and Oak trees.
Koteshwar Temple is situated on the bank of the Alaknanda River and is privately known as Cave Temple. The temple is committed to Lord Shiva and a few fans come here to worship Mahadev. Inside the shrine, you can see a few symbols of Lord Shiva. Rudranath Temple is situated close to the Mandakini River and Alaknanda stream. It is accepted that Lord Shiva showed up here in the form of Lord Rudra to favor Narad because around then Narad was loving Lord Shiva to ace the craft of Music.
Ukhimath is a magnificent town in Uttarakhand and is regularly known as winter Kedarnath. Kedarnath closes down during winters because of substantial snowfall and this is when voyagers visit Ukimath to appreciate winters. Agastyamuni is a lovely town in Rudraprayag and is a part of Char Dham Yatra. The town is located on the bank of River Mandakini and the town got its name from the Indian Mythology instructor, Rishi Augusta. The best things you can do in Agastyamuni are visiting the temple and taking a helicopter visit. Vasuki Lake is a lovely spot at an altitude of 4100 meters and is a neighbor of Chaukhamba Top. The spot is best for travelers who look for a spot for trekking and cookout.
Chopta is another lavish green slope station that is well known for trekking trails and the spot is a base to different treks like Deoria Tal and Chandrashila. For experienced and tenderfoot trekkers there are different spots where they can show their abilities. Tungnath is viewed as probably the most seasoned town in Uttarakhand, it is accepted that the town is around 1000 years of age. Tungnath is a profound spot and the town is otherwise called 'Ruler of Peaks' and there are a few sanctuaries around out of which a large portion of the sanctuaries are devoted to Lord Shiva.