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Badrinath is a small holy village, located at the altitude of 3100m (10170 ft) in the Garhwal hills close to Tibet border. It is situated on the banks of the Alaknanda River and is known for Badrinath Temple, an important pilgrimage site and one of the char dham (four ancient temples that mark the spiritual sources of four sacred rivers the Yamuna, the Ganges, the Mandakini and the Alaknanda). Every year during the yatra (pilgrimage) season (April to November) hundreds of thousands of dedicated Hindu pilgrims visit the temple.
Badrinath is also a gateway to several mountaineering expeditions.
Ayurvedic medicine, wool, colourful bed sheets, bracelets and ancient coins can be purchased from the local markets.

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