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Situated at an altitude of about 1300 metres above sea level, the town of Chamoli in Uttaranchal is also known as "the Abode of Gods". The reason for this is the fact that this place has a number of popular legends related to Hindu gods and goddesses. Also, Chamoli is the origin point of the famous Chipko Movement. This movement shifted focus of people and the governments towards our nature and natural beauty and also the exploitation done to it continuously. Chamoli is a part of the Kedar Khand and has a number of villages known for the typical Garhwali culture and lifestyles. Scenic beauty is the main attraction in this town. The other tourist attractions here apart from the lush greenery and picturesque views are the valley of Gopeshwar, Badrinath, Hemakund Sahib, Auli and others.
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Badrinath temple is the abode of lord Vishnu and is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India....

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I tried to console my mind, a little hardship and there it was standing before us the majestic mysterious frozen lake - Roopkund....

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Also known as the Gurudwara Henkunt Sahib, this is the highest gurudwara in the world. It is on the shores of the Hemkund lake at an altitude of over 14000 ft above sea level. The water of this lake is always freezing and equally chilly is the wind here. this is a beautifully maintained gurudwara where they serve maggi and tea as part of the langar continuously. Also, the sweet halwa prasad of here is very tasty. The peaceful ambience has a magical effect on everyone. To reach this place you will have to keep trekking and then climb a number of stone stairs. The journey may seem to be tiresome but the fabulous experience will compensate for all the difficulty you have had taken to reach here.
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Near Guptakashi, Chamoli
The Kedarnath Wild Life Sanctuary, also called Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary, is a national sanctuary in Uttarakhand, India. Its other name originates from its basic role of securing the jeopardized Himalayan musk deer. Comprising of a territory of 975 km2 (376 sq mi), it is the biggest ensured zone in the western Himalayas. It is universally vital for the assorted qualities of its verdure (especially of ungulate species). The national sanctuary has a large number of Hindu sanctuaries situated inside its areas. Kedarnath sanctuary is the most noteworthy of these and is visited by the majority of the pilgrims. This sanctuary dates to the eighth century. Different sanctuaries, however not of coordinating significance, have solid legends identified with the epic Mahabharata days. Other exploratory spots revolving around the sanctuary are: the high-height natural field station set up at Tungnath (3,500 m or 11,500 ft) by the Garhwal University, Uttarakhand, India.
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