Witness the Divine Awe of Ekdham Yatra by Helicopter

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Helicopter ride to start Ekdham Yatra.

Ekdham yatra by helicopter is the most exhilarating way to see the Kedarnath region. The mountainous terrain and stunning views make it a photographer's paradise, while the feeling of awe-inspiring spirituality will stay with you long after your flight ends.

The Ekdham yatra kedarnath helicopter ride will take you to a remote spot, where you can experience the beauty of nature and its surroundings. Your journey will cover several sacred spots, which are considered very important in Hindu religion. The site is known for being very scenic and offers a great view of the surrounding area.

Awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas.

If you want to experience the awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas, make sure you book your helicopter tour with us. We offer an exclusive helicopter ride over four major peaks in India: Gokyo Ri (8,190 m), Chomolhari (7,167 m), Manaslu (8,156 m) and Annapurna I (8,091 m). You can also see another famous peak known as Shishapangma at 6126m altitude.

Arrive at Kedarnath helipad and trek to the temple.

The helicopter ride will begin after the offering of prayers and aarti. The awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas, which you can see from up above, will take your breath away! You're also going to be blessed with some beautiful photos as well.

The Ek dham yatra via helicopter lands at Kedarnath helipad where you can then start trekking towards temple. This is one of the most popular ways of visiting Ekdham Yatra because it saves time and energy compared to walking through forests or climbing stairs on foot. It's also great for those who aren't familiar with hiking or don't want too much physical exertion during their journey!

After soaking up all this divine energy (and maybe even shedding some tears?), make sure that you get back onto your vehicle before sunset so that everyone else can enjoy the remaining daylight hours together before heading home again tomorrow morning!

Soaking in the divine energy of the Kedarnath temple.

Kedarnath Temple is a place of worship for all people. The temple is a place of meditation, healing and refuge for those who seek peace and understanding in their life. It serves as a place where one can explore their inner self through rituals, devotional songs and sadhana (spiritual practice). It also provides opportunities to experience nature through various programs organized by various organizations such as WWF India Foundation which has been running its Nature awareness camps at Kedarnath since 2001.

Glimpsing the majestic Kedarnath peak up close.

Kedarnath is a holy Hindu temple and pilgrimage destination in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The temple is located on the banks of Mandakini River, about 2 km from its confluence with Alaknanda River.

Kedarnath has been attracting pilgrims for centuries because it is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvathi, who are described as having appeared from an image that emerged from a pillar made by Vishwakarma (the architect god). The story goes that they came down here to live among humans with their divine powers intact.

Breakfast at a nearby restaurant with stunning views.

You'll be taken to a nearby restaurant and given a local breakfast. You'll enjoy amazing views of the temples, while eating delicious food and service, at an affordable price. The atmosphere is relaxing and fun!

Visit to Bhairavnath temple with rich history.

Bhairavnath Temple is a temple dedicated to the god Shiva. It is located in the town of Kedarnath, which is one of the most important temples in India. The temple draws thousands of visitors each year and is a popular pilgrimage destination for both Hindus and Buddhists alike.

The origins of Bhairavnath go back thousands of years ago when Lord Shiva lived here as a child with his sister Parvati, who was also known as Gauri (the white one). One day when he was playing with some friends on Mount Kailash, an evil spirit came by called Kalagni (the fire-god) who burnt them all down except for one boy named Mardhakari who escaped with only his head left intact! After this incident happened many years later during some kind time frame after he had become old enough now but still couldn't find anyone else alive besides himself because they had all died off due too long ago now where everyone else could not remember anymore since there wasn't much left except maybe just some ashes left behind here or there yet still didn't seem like enough though so he decided then maybe maybe we should start building another village somewhere else away from here since no one ever heard anything else about what happened here either way before anyway so maybe if everyone knows better now then maybe we don't need anymore reason why not go ahead

Exploring the charming town of Kedarnath.

Kedarnath is a small town in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, India. It is located at an elevation of 3,868 metres (12,944 ft) above sea level and serves as a gateway to Kedarnath Temple and Badrinath Temple.

Kedarnath was built by King Nimi Chand during his reign from 1615-1628 CE; however it was destroyed during his grandson's reign when the Gorkha Kingdom attacked Pratap Shah's army that went against them to capture Kedarnath amidst many battles.[2] After this incident there were no records about further developments or reason behind its construction until today when we see it as an important religious tourist destination with several temples dedicated to Lord Shiva.[3]

Admiring the natural beauty of the region.

As you soar above the majestic mountains, you are greeted with a magnificent view of the valley. The greenery and beauty of this region is breathtaking. You can see many temples that have been built here over centuries, such as Ekdham Temple, which was built in the 12th century by King Raghunathadeva I of Khandesh.

The people who live here are so hospitable; they welcome visitors with open arms and smiles on their faces! They offer food items like dal bhat (rice) or chapati roti (flatbread), rice balls called patil ki kadhi (a spicy chickpea soup), or boiled potatoes with sautéed onions and tomatoes along with some fried fish or chicken curry served with rice as well! You will also find various types of sweets available at many vendor stalls located throughout town too!

Authentic lunch at a local restaurant.

You will be served a delicious lunch on the terrace of a local restaurant. The views are spectacular and it's so relaxing to sit here and enjoy them while you eat your meal. The food is excellent, too! You'll get great value for money at this restaurant, which makes it easy to justify spending the extra few dollars for lunch rather than dinner (or vice versa).

You can even ask the staff if they have any recommendations for things nearby that might interest you—they usually have some good suggestions!

Shopping for souvenirs and local handicrafts.

In the temple town of Ekdham, you can shop for local handicrafts and souvenirs. You will find a variety of shopping options at the marketplaces in Kathmandu Valley. If you want to buy something unique, there are also many artisans who hand-make beautiful items such as wooden statues and paintings made from natural materials like clay or stone.

You can also visit villages around the holy places on your trip to Nepal as they are known for their traditional clothing styles that include colorful saris along with embroidered garments made by women who have been trained since childhood by their mothers or grandmothers (known as “namshis”). These women use intricate designs on cloth using stones and beads along with threads – all hand sewn together into an outfit that looks great whether worn indoors or outdoors!

Return journey from Kedarnath.

After completing your spiritual journey, it’s time to return home. This is a great opportunity to relax, unwind and see the region from a different perspective.

Aerial view of the region during the return journey.

The return journey is a great opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the region. You are flying over some of the most beautiful places in Uttarakhand, including Kedarnath Temple and Panchvati River, which flows through it. You can also see many temples and lakes along your flight path.

The view is amazing! It’s better than on the way there or back home!

Feeling blessed and spiritually uplifted.

The Ekdham by helicopter ride was a great experience. I felt blessed, spiritually uplifted and grateful to be in this place at this time. It was an incredible opportunity for me to experience something so beautiful and spiritual that I would have never thought possible before. I feel blessed to be alive and able to share this experience with others who may not be able to afford it otherwise because of their financial situation or health issues.

An experience of divine awe that will last a lifetime.

The experience of divine awe is an experience of the greatest spiritual upliftment. A feeling of being blessed, spiritually uplifted and in tune with nature or the universe. It is a feeling that cannot be expressed by words alone but must be experienced as part of your life journey.

Although this trip is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you can make the most of it by exploring the region on your next journey to India. You’ll get to see beautiful temples, old forts and monasteries, as well as enjoy some authentic Indian cuisine in small villages along the way. If you want something a little more active than just sitting around in an air conditioned cabin, then consider hiring a local guide who knows where all these attractions are located!

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