Badrinath

Badrinath (bŭd'rinät) , peak, 23,210 ft (7,074 m) high, in the central axis of the Himalayas, Uttaranchal state, N India. The peak has several glaciers. At a height of c.10,000 ft (3,050 m), is an 9th-century monastery and a temple to the Hindu god Shiva, a popular pilgrimage center b...
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Badrinath

Village within the mountainous region of northern India, situated on the right bank of the River Alaknanda, one of 12 channels of the Ganges, and a main site of
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Badrinath

Village within the mountainous region of northern India, situated on the right bank of the River Alaknanda, one of 12 channels of the Ganges, and a main site of pilgrimage in Hinduism. The village is renowned for the Badrinath temple, and for naturally-occurring sulphur springs. The temple stands 3,050 m/10,000 ft above sea level and reflec...
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