Guptkashi is situated 47kms before the holiest shrine of Lord Shiva, Kedarnath. It is located on the route to Kedarnath on a ridge on the west side of the Mandakini river valley at an elevation of 1,319mts above sea level. Guptkashi is a religiously important town of
Uttarakhand as it houses ancient temples like Vishwanath temple and Ardhnareshwar temple. The centermost attraction of Guptkashi town, Manikarnik Kund is a place where two streams of the Ganga and Yamuna meet. Gaurikund, the town from where trek to Kedarnath commences is situated 34kms ahead of Guptkashi. Guptkashi is situated on the mountain facing Ukhimath town.
  • Manikarnik Kund
    Manikarnik  Kund

    It is a place where two streams of the Ganga and Yamuna meet. It is situated in the premises of Vishwanath Temple.

  • Viswanath Temple
    Viswanath Temple

    The Viswanath Temple is the  most important and ancient holy shrine in this region. Of the many  temples in Uttarkashi, the temple of Lord Vishwanath is unrivalled in  importance. Shiva, the presiding deity of this temple, is worshipped all  day here. Every evening, visitors are greeted by the sound of bells,  and the chanting of mantras by pundits at the puja.

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