Rudranath Temple is located in Chamoli district of Uttrakhand state. It is prominent as one of the five interrelated centres of Panch Kedar at Rudranath region. The temple has a very tough route and is the toughest among the five temples of the state. Shiva deity always has a covered mask which makes his idol looks ferocious and aggressive. However, during his daily bath when priests take off the mask his actual pleasing look can be witnessed. By the Rudranath Temple, the holy river Rudraganga flows which is also known as Vaitarani. However, for adventurous people who like to have some escapade while paying homage to the deity as well can visit this serene place and for sure this holy temple of ‘Panch kedar’ is an incredible option for those fun loving souls.
The most popular
Shiva occasion ‘Maha Shivratri’
celebration is observed in this
ancient and holy temple. This is a very sacred place to commemorate felicitous
fest by people following Hindu Culture.
Large carcades are carried out within the city with people thronging the
streets to catch a glance of the venerate idol of Mahadeva. Fairs have been
organised and people often fast on the night of Shivratri and sing hymns and
praises in the name of Lord Shiva. Devotees from across the
world pay visit to these temples to get blessed with good fortune on this