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Situated 34kms away from the Srinagar in Garhwal Region is the holy town of Rudraprayag. The town lies in the Uttrakhand state of India and is located at the meeting point of Meenakshi and Alaknanda Rivers. The town has great religion significance as there are many famous pilgrims situated near Rudraprayag.

Rudraprayag is name on the word “Rudra” which means, an aspect of Lord Shiva. According to mythological stories it is believed that Lord Shiva appeared to bless Narad Muni as Rudra at the same place. Since then, the place is recognized with the name and is also the religious center for many Shiva worshippers. Rudraprayag tour packages provide the best experience of travelling at the place.

Rudraprayag is known for its high captivating natural beauty. It is surrounded with snowy glaciers, mesmerizing lakes, lush green environment rendering the perfect picturesque for the tourists visiting Rudraprayag. Rudraprayag is the way for the two of the popular sites of char Dham yatra i.e. kedarnath and Badrinath. There are many amazing place to visit at Rudraprayag such as Koteshwar temple which is located on banks of Alaknanda River is the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. During the months of August and September there are various pilgrims travelling to these places. Some of the other important pilgrim sites around Rudraprayag include Chamunda Devi Temple, Rudranath Temple, Ardhnareshwar, Agatsyamuni Temple and Vishwanath.

Apart from that, other tourists attractions in Rudraprayag include Okhimath, Gaurikund, Son Prayag, Trijuginarayan and Shankaracharya Samadhi.  The place is an enticing tourists destination charmed with the majestic beauty of the snow clad Himalayan mountains. Rudraprayag travel and tourism offers the splendid way of travelling in the location. To reach the location the nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport near Dehradun. It is 183 kms away from Rudraprayag. One can also travel to the destination via railways and roadways.

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