Opening and Closing Date of Badrinath Temple 2021
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Badrinath Temple Opening Closing Date 2021
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Badrinath Temple is one of the four Char Dham and Chota Char Dham temple. It is also one of the five shrines devoted to Lord Vishnu. Located in Garhwal hill tracks in Chamoli, Uttarakhand, this temple opens its gates for the pilgrims normally in the month of May. A festival famously known as Badri Kedar festival is celebrated during the month of June in Badrinath temple as well as the Kedarnath temple. Check out the Badrinath Temple Opening Closing Date 2021 in this post.
Opening Date for Badrinath Temple 2021
The temple normally opens in the end of April or starting of June every year at around 4:15- 4:30 in the morning. Tentative date and timing for the opening of Badrinath Temple in 2021 is given below.
Badrinath Temple Opening Date 2021- 1st week of May 2021, 4:30 am
The best time to visit the Badrinath Temple is in the month of May and June as the weather is not very chilly during this time of year, thus making traveling safer and easier.
Announcement of Badrinath Temple Opening Date 2021
The temple always open on Akshaya Tritiya which is considered very auspicious in Hinduism. Decision on the opening of the Badrinath Temple is taken on day of Basant Panchami by Raj Purohit.
Closing Date for Badrinath Temple 2021
With winters approaching in the month of October/ November, gates of the Badrinath Temple closes. Check out the tentative date and timing for the closing of Badrinath Temple in 2021 below.
Badrinath Temple Closing Date 2021- 3rd week of November 2021
Announcement of Badrinath Temple Closing Date 2021
The temple is normally closed on the auspicious day of Bhatridwitiya (or say, Bhai Dooj) or sometimes later than that. Decision regarding the closing of the Badrinath Temple is taken on day of Vijaya Dashmi by the Mandir Committee.
Interesting fact- An Akhanda Jyoti is lit on the closing day of the Badrinath Temple that lasts up to six months and can be seen by the pilgrims as lit up on the day of opening of the temple.