Ek Dham Yatra by Helicopter – Yamunotri
Yamunotri Dham is a part of the Chota Chardham circuit, and the yatra always begins at this pilgrimage site. While all of Chota Chardham’s Dhams are open for six months of the year, they are closed for the following six months. Also, in those six months, only a few modes like the Yamunotri Dham by helicopter can give the best possible experience.
Yamunotri Dham is the first of the four Dhams that pilgrims visit on their Chardham Yatra journey. The Yamuna, daughter of the Sun and the twin sister of Yama, is honored in this Dham, which is devoted to her (Yamraj). Located on the banks of the Yamuna River, which originates from the Kalind Parvat, the temple is a popular tourist attraction in the area.
According to beliefs, on the day of Bhaiya dooj, Yamraj made a promise to Goddess Yamuna that everyone who takes a plunge in the river will not be brought to Yamlok and will therefore achieve salvation. Probably, this is one of the reasons why Yamunotri Dham is the first one to be visited among the other four Dhams.
Megamax Aviation would love to take you and your family and friends on the auspicious journey of Ek Dham Yatra Yamunotri by helicopter. We aim to deliver a travel experience that would make you return and avail of our services again and again!
An annual dip in the Yamuna’s hallowed waters is believed to be effective in purifying the soul of all sins and protecting against premature and painful death. At Megamax Aviation, we promise that you will have an amazing time taking up our charter helicopter service to attain a dip in the sacred Yamuna waters. Also, due to inaccessibility during the winter months, the temple is closed. The idol of Goddess Yamuna is transported to Kharsali village (Uttarkashi) and housed in the Shani dev Temple for the remaining months. Make sure you plan and book the charter service at the right time.
The architecture of the Yamunotri Temple is a treasure trove of architectural history from the nineteenth century. With a yellow-colored conical-shape minaret at the top and a vivid vermillion border, its granite section specifies the Nagar architectural style.
A polished granite idol of Goddess Yamuna in an uneven black stone with a dazzling look is created and placed inside the Garbha Griha. The idol of Goddess Ganga, which is constructed of white stone, is placed next to the idol of Goddess Yamuna. In the center of the temple is a mandap, which is where the pilgrims gather to pray and receive darshan. Located just beyond the temple’s entrance is Divya Shila, also known as Surya Kund, which must be visited before the deities are allowed to enter.
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