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Panch Badri Temples

Panch Badri refers to a group of five sacred Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, located in the Garhwal region of the Indian state of Uttarakhand.

Badrinath Temple:

Badrinath Temple is the most renowned of the Panch Badri temples and one of the holiest Hindu shrines in India.
The main deity in Badrinath Temple is Lord Badri Narayan, a form of Lord Vishnu.

Yogadhyan Badri:

Yogadhyan Badri is located in the village of Pandukeshwar, about 24 kilometers from Badrinath.

Bhavishya Badri:

“Situated in the Subain village, approximately 17 kilometers from Joshimath, Bhavishya Badri dedicates itself to Lord Narasimha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. “Believers consider it the site where a future event or avatar (incarnation) of Lord Vishnu will occur, which is the reason for the name ‘Bhavishya,’ meaning ‘future.'”

Vridh Badri:

Vridh Badri is located in the Animath village, about 7 kilometers from Joshimath.
The temple houses an image of Lord Vishnu in the form of an old and weathered idol, which gives it the name “Vridh” meaning old.

Adi Badri:

 “A complex of 16 small temples, known as Adi Badri, situates itself near Karnaprayag in the Chamoli district.

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