Planning for a religious trip? Visit Pipalkoti in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand is known as the land of the gods. There are also other religious and historical shrines besides Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri Char Dham. Tourists use to come from every corner of the world at Uttarakhand for outing. However, tourism regulations have been changed due to the corona virus epidemic and owing to this, number of tourists has come down.

But despite this, no decrease observed in devotees proceeding for pilgrimage. This year also the preparations for the Char Dham Yatra are going on with great vigor. Possibility of beginning of Char Dham Yatra can be concluded only after the opening of the doors of Char Dham in May.. Also, if you are planning to go on a pilgrimage, definitely go to Pipalkoti. Let us know about it in detail-

Where is Pipalakoti

Peepalkoti is located at an altitude of 1260 meters above sea level in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It is 17 kilometers away from Chamoli. At the same time, it is situated on the banks of the Alaknanda River lying amidst the hilly areas of Garhwal. This place is connected with NH 7. Devotees visit Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib from this place.

How to reach Pipalkoti

If someone wants to go by air, the nearest airport is Dehradun. Apart from this, Pithoragarh and Pantnagar airports are also close to it. You can also reach Pipalkoti by train. Joshimath is the nearest railway station.
Religious places of Pipalkoti
The major pilgrimage spots are Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib at Pipalkoti..There is a Narasimha temple also in Joshimath. This temple is also called Narsingh Badri temple. The idol of Lord Narasimha is placed in the temple. Tapovan is situated at a distance of 14 kilometers from this holy place. Tourists visit Tapovan for meditation. A hot pond is also located in Tapovan. At the same time, the beautiful pilgrimage site near Pipalkoti is Bhavishya Kedar. Pipalkoti is the perfect destination for tourists.