Rudraprayag is a holy town in the state of Uttarakhand. The place is recognized as the last stopover just before the pilgrimage treks to Kedarnath and Badrinath. Featuring a number of destinations having religious significance and glaciers, Rudraprayag turns into a popular pilgrimage for several pilgrims. It is dotted with temples that are not only spiritually noteworthy but also important from archeological points of view. If you are booking Rudraprayag holiday packages then you will get the opportunity to enjoy natural splendor in its glorious atmosphere.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
It is the convergence point of the holy Rivers of Mandakini and Alaknanda. Enjoy absolutely beautiful and breathtaking view from here offering different shades of water. Take a holy bath here and then visit nearby temples.
Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple:
Rudreshwar Temple is one among the Panch Kedar temples featuring three holy ponds. The temple has great religious significance and people visit this for peace of mind.
Situated at an elevation of 1311 meters, Ukhimath is a famous pilgrimage site located 41 km away from the main town of Rudraprayag. There are many other picturesque destination in its proximity.
Located about 3 km within the heart of Rudraprayag, this is a holy temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This place has much religious significance among devotees.
Umra Narayan Temple:
Built by Adi Shankaracharya, Umra Narayan Temple is the sacred dwelling of Lord Vishnu with Maa Alaknanda flowing in her complete harmony. The temple is located 5 km away from Rudraprayag.