Devprayag - Explore The Popular Pilgrimage Destination In India 2023!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Hindus adore the Panch Prayag region. In Hindu mythology, Lord Rama and King Dasharatha self-mortified in Devprayag.

This temple is famous for its old idols and wall paintings 22 km from Devprayag in Tehri Garhwal District. The temple sits 2277m above sea level on Chandrabadani Peak.

Chandrabadani Temple


Devprayag is a popular Panch Prayag where the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers meet to make the Ganges.

The Confluence of the Alaknanda and Bagirathi Rivers


Adi Guru Shankaracharya may have created it to worship Lord Shiva with idols of Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganpati, and Lord Kartikeya.

Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple


According to Hindu mythology, King Dashrath, father of Lord Ram, performed penance here. This temple's small hillock is thought to be the king's throne.



It is thought that the temple has been there since the 10th century, making it one of Lord Rama's oldest shrines.

Raghunathji Temple


Teen Dhara is popular on the Rishikesh-Devprayag highway. Three little lakes give Teen Dhara its name.

Teen Dhara


The Alaknanda and Bhagirathi interruption bridges are a unique tourist attraction. Tourists love these bridges for sunrise and sunset photos.

Suspension Bridges


With a height of 260 metres, the impressive Tehri Dam is the tallest dam in India and one of the tallest in the world.

Tehri Dam


The Koteshwar Dam is a gravity dam on the Bhagirathi River. It is 22 km downstream of the Tehri Dam in Tehri District

Koteshwar Dam


The beautiful Garhwal Himalayas encircle Pauri. It is bordered by dense forests and silver-tiara-like snow-covered hills.



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