Triyuginarayan temple is an ancient Hindu temple, located in the Triguninarayan village in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. This temple is built in the ancient Kedarnath style of architecture making it popular amongst the devotees. The intricate details and design of the temple along with the holy ponds which fill its vicinity make it a divine place to explore. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu it is a popular pilgrimage site because this place was the venue for the marriage of Lord Shiva to Parvati which was witnessed by Vishnu.
The havan Kund where the eternal flame of their marriage was performed is secured for the tourists to witness. Brahma Shila a stone marking the place of their marriage is also situated. Apart from that many holy ponds like Saraswati Kund, Brahma Kund, and Rudra Kund each for different purposes are also present.
Kalimath is one of the Siddha Peeths and is famous for the temple dedicated to Goddess Kali. A large number of tourists and devotees visit the temple during Navratri. Moreover, tourists can visit Ukhimath and Guptakashi that are located in proximity of the Kalimath. During the auspicious occasion of Navratri, this temple is visited by numerous devotees from different parts of the country. Ukhimath and Guptakashi are the worth visiting tourist sites located in its vicinity.
If you are searching for one of the best family treks in India, Chopta, Uttarakhand will stand out from all of them. Even if you are a sobbing 10-year-old child or a cranky 70-year-old grandma, Chopta trek will ease you out with a perfect tinch of adventures. It gives you a not so difficult terrain but a splendid view of the entire Himalayan region. A trek with an apt amount of adventure to savor, utmost comfort to snug, and breathtaking views to seep in.
Deoria Tal or Devariya Tal has a story behind its name, there is a belief that says that gods use to take bath in this lake for this reason this lake is called ‘Devariya Tal’ or ‘Deoria Tal’. It is also the same lake where Yaksha asked questions to the powerful Pandavas. In the early morning, the snow-capped peaks, including Chaukhamba and Kedarnath, are clearly reflected on the lake waters. The lake also provides an excellent spot for angling as well as bird watching.