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Char Dhams were established by Adi Shankracharya in four directions of India. These Char Dhams includes Badrinath, Dwarka, Puri and Rameswaram. It is believed that by visiting these Dhams and worshipping deities there, devotees can attain salvation. These Dhams are considered highly sacred and one must visit these Char Dhams once in a lifetime.

In Varanasi, replica of these Char Dhams has been established at different locations. It is believed that by worshipping these Dhams present in Varanasi, devotees can attain same benefits as that obtained by worshipping Char Dhams established across India.

Temples under Char Dham Yatra

  • Badrinarayan Temple

    Badrinarayan Temple

    Badrinarayan temple located at Badri Narayan Ghat of Varanasi is a replica of Badrinarayan Dham situated at Nar-Narayan mountain range in Uttarakhand.

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  • Rameshwaram Temple

    Rameshwaram Temple

    Rameshwaram temple located at Hanuman Ghat of Varanasi is a replica of Rameshwaram Dham situated at sea shore in Tamil Nadu.

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  • Jagannath Temple

    Jagannath Temple

    Jagannath temple located near Asi Ghat in Varanasi is a replica of Jagannath Dham situated in Puri of Odisha. It is believed that by darshan of this temple located in Varanasi, devotees can obtain same punyafal as that from Jagannath Dham situated in Odisha.

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  • Dwarkadheesh Temple

    Dwarkadheesh Temple

    Dwarkadheesh temple located at Sankul Dhara Pokhra of Varanasi is a replica of Dwarkadheesh Dham situated at sea shore in Dwarka of Gujarat.

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Last updated on July 3, 2019 at 7:14 am