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Kedarnath Jyotirlinga or Kedarnath Dham (Kedarnath Temple) is a Hindu holy place dedicated to Lord Shankar. The place is located on the banks of the Mandakini River in the Rudraprayag district of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand in the Garhwal region of the Himalayan foothills.




Due to vagaries of weather as well as inaccessible geographical conditions, this abode remains open for darshan throughout the year starting from Akshaytritiya to Kartik Sud Purnima. Then with the onset of winter, the Lord is moved and brought to Ukhimath for worship. As the name of this region is Kedarkhand, Lord Sadashiv is worshiped here as Kedarnath i.e. Nath of Kedar.

According to mythology, this temple was built by the Pandavas and restored by Sri Adi Shankaracharya.

One of the twelve Jyotirlingas, Shree Kedarnath Temple is not accessible by road, so one has to go on foot, on horseback or by doli (palanquin). This is one of the Chardhams in the Himalayas. To go to this place, there are vehicular facilities up to Gaurikund, which is situated at a distance of 14 km from Kedarnath.

Is Due to the floods in 2013, the old road from Gaurikund to Rambada has been completely washed away.

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The place is situated at an altitude of 3,583 meters (11,755 ft) above sea level, so it is covered with snow for six months of the year. Kedarnath is situated on the banks of Mandakini River. Above there lies Chorabari Glacier. To go to this place, there are vehicular facilities up to Gaurikund, which is 14 km from Kedarnath. The nearest railway stations are at Haridwar and Rishikesh and the airport is at Dehradun (Jolly Grant Airport).

Kedarnath is located in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand state in the northern part of India, famous for the Shree Kedarnath temple, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. It is administered by Kedarnath Nagar Panchayat. There is no road access to this inaccessible place, so one has to go on foot, on horseback or by palanquin. This is one of the Chardhams in the Himalayas.