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Manish K
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jun. 2022 • Venner
It is ultimate a peaceful place and a abode of beauty. A horizon for nature and God. It is a holy shrine of sikh but it welcome to all.
Skrevet 30. mai 2023
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Mumbai (Bombay), India157 bidrag
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sep. 2022 • Venner
Hemkund Sahib was a last minute addition in our already chalked out Chardham Yatra itinerary & I'm so happy & grateful that we did it. If you stay in Govindghat the helipad is very close & you may take a pony ahead or just walk it up. But after you reach the top you will certainly be rejuvenated by the positive vibes of this most revered pilgrimage of Sikhs with a wonderful serene lake in its vicinity. Do not miss the Lokpal Laxman temple which is adjacent to this Gurudwara where Lord Laxman had meditated. This is the only temple in the whole of India which is dedicated to Lord Laxman alone. Not to be missed pilgrimage when you are on a Chardham Yatra regardless of your religion. The efforts for the climb are really worth the satisfaction you will achieve after visiting this Gurudwara. Very highly recommended for sure.
Skrevet 29. september 2022
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New Delhi, India446 bidrag
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aug. 2022 • Alene
This place is heaven. A must recommebed shrine to visit. You can reach govindghat from haridwar from where yatra starts for Shri Hemkund Sahib. Take any bus going to Badrinath and deboard at govind dham. From there start early morning yatra and reach Govind dham ghagaria and take break. Next day complete rest of the 6 km trek to Shri Hemkund Sahib which os little tough. Don't forget to take a holy dip in the sarovar.
Skrevet 29. august 2022
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Amit Singh S
Hyderabad District, India79 bidrag
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jul. 2022
uptill The journey begins from Rishikesh Gurudwara which is maintained by Hemkunt management Trust.

Travel from Rishikesh to Govind Ghat is 290 KMS and around 9 hours journey. Enroute we can take blessings at Srinagar, Nagrasu & Joshimath Gurudwaras. You need to stay at Govind ghat Gurudwara. Next day start early for Poolna hamlet by Sumo or any other vehicle. From Poolna you can take Mules, palki or by walk trek of around 11 kms. Reach Govind Dham. Stay at Gurudwara or take any hotel on the same lane.

Next day morning start your trek of 6 kms to Hemkunt sahib early, plan your journey in such a way that we need to reach Gurudwara before 12 noon. Coz, after 14:00 the management at Hemkunt Sahib will start asking pilgrims to descend to lower altitude due to uncertain weather.

Mules charge 2500 to & fro to Hemkunt sahib.
Palkis may take anything between 10k and 14k based on weight.
Helicopter ride is available based on weather condition. It flies from Govind Ghat to Govind Dham & vice-versa which charges Rs. 2975 uptill 80 kgs weight one side.

Hotels at Govind Dham charge anywhere between 500-2500 based on facilities that they provide. You will get hot water bucket atRs. 50-100 per bucket at hotels for bathing. One can stay at Gurudwara rooms free of cost but there you will not get hot water for bathing. Weather is very uncertain at Govind Dham.
Skrevet 17. juli 2022
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Mumbai (Bombay), India1 866 bidrag
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jul. 2022
Hemkund Sahib and its glacier lake situated at a elevation of 4633 meters(13650 ft ) is surrounded by seven mountain peaks each mountain having a " Nishan Sahib" on its cliff. Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara is dedicated to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh(1666-1708). During winter months from October to April Hemkund Sahib is inaccessible due to the frozen route and in May Sikh pilgrims gradually clear the trek pathway, a social service called "Kar Seva" in Sikhism.We hired Mules costing each of us Rs 2500 for the up/ down fare to Hemkund Sahib and back to Ghangaria .The mule trek to Hemkund Sahib began at 0745 and it was a steady uphill walk for the Mules on treacherous large stone stairs.Unlike the " Valley of flowers" trek route which is through forest pathways the " Hemkund Sahib" trek route is a 1,100m(3600ft) climb of 6 Km through a series of rock stairs, slippery and broken in parts .A trekker should be as sure footed as a mule walking up this mountain trek of large stone stairs.After a brief rest at the Dhabba began our ascent and passed alongside the glacier on the mountainside which I first mistook to be rough cemented concrete.
Finally at 0945 hrs we reached Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara situated on the peak of the mountain.On entering the precincts of the Gurudwara compound was given a scarf to cover my head .Went to the glacier lake and it's beauty against the backdrop of the Gurudwara and Glacier mountain's was indescribable in the bright hot sunshine.Pilgrim's were having a dip in the ice cold glacier lake .Tourists are allowed to take a dip and hence decided to immerse myself in ice cold water and the experience was totally different as not everyday can a person have a dip in a authentic glacier lake.Finally at 1100 hrs began our descent by mule and at 1245 hrs we reached " Pony/ Mule Taxi point"in Ghangaria and after paying the handler Rs 2500 and taking a photo with " Kamala" my mule we headed to our hotel.
Skrevet 14. juli 2022
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GreenJoy Holidays
Dehradun, India6 bidrag
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jul. 2022
Laxman Mandir & Hemkund Sahib is situated at height of 15500 ft. asl approx. and the other side of this Mountain portion our "Valley of flower" is situated at same height. We are the tour & trek organizer in Dehradun, Uttarakhand & work as HIMALAYAN LOCAL GUIDES here. You can visit here any time in season accept Winter time until you have spirit of high altitude trekking. At last what we have that is Spiritual place & beautiful nature. Keep it safe from the human like waste.
Skrevet 3. juli 2022
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RoadTripper Abhishek
Mumbai (Bombay), India132 bidrag
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aug. 2020
The beauty of the Hemkund Sahib trek is that you access this pilgrimage site and the Valley of Flowers from the same base. Technically, once you get to Ghangaria, you can trek to Hemkund Sahib in one day. The same is with the Valley of Flowers.

In about 3 hours of trekking from Ghangaria, we reached the summit, to be greeted by a massive Gurudwara flanked by 7 towering peaks on 3 sides. Just behind the main building is a lake. Called the ‘Laxman kund’, it is fed by an underwater stream. We were greeted with sights of the faithful stripping to their undergarments and taking a dip in the freezing waters!

The gurudwara itself is a pretty large building. It’s floor is lined with warm deep carpets, blankets almost. After paying our respects, we headed to the langar hall, for a meal. The days menu was khichdi, which I had 6 bowls of! I don’t know if it was the exhaustion, the cold or the sheer beauty of where we were, but I haven’t had such delicious tasting khichdi in my life!

After eating our fill, we thanked the amused volunteers in the langar and headed back down. The trek back down was an easy 2.5 hour – long stroll, enjoying the beautiful weather and scenery.
Skrevet 8. januar 2021
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Mumbai (Bombay), India84 bidrag
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sep. 2020 • Familie
My Hemkund Sahib Yatra with a local jatha  in July was  truly  a  remarkable  experience.

Day 1 : Mumbai - Dehradoon - Srinagar :- 

 Yatris  gathered  at  the  Mumbai  airport  on the  beautiful   early  morning  of July pregnant with monsoon. Wearing  the identical  Tee  shirts  &  patkas  provided  in  the  Travel Kit by the Jatha  not  only  looked  outstanding on the  Yatris  but  also   helpful  to  the  Veers, performing   distribution  of  breakfast  kits, to  identify these  yatris  amongst  the  general  passengers at the waiting lounge of the Mumbai airport. The  delicious  breakfast  served  was  just  a  start  for  the  mouth watering  food  which  was  unfailingly served  all  along the  yatra.  

The  flight  to  Dehradoon  was  full , occupied  majorly by  the  yatris. The  Jaikaras by  the  Sangat  energised  the emotions  in  the  airplane's  cabin,  setting  the  tone  for  the seven  day  spiritual  journey.

The logistics of  the   yatra  was  a reliable  event  due  to  dedicated  Bus's / Seat's  / Hotel room's numbers  being  handed  over  to  yatris  in  advance.  Greeted  by  mild  rains on landing at  Dehradoon  airport, Yatris  were  quickly  transported in  waiting  mini  buses to a large  banquet  hall  in  Ranipokhari  ,a  distance  of  four  kms from  Dehradoon airport   ,for  lunch Langar  Seva   organised  by the local jatha.

 After  Lunch ,melodious  kirtan presentation &  felicitation  of  sewadars ,Yatris  commenced  the onward  travel  of  100+ kms  for  an overnight  stay  at   Hotel  Chhahat / River Side Resort  in Srinagar  over  looking  the  beautiful  Alaknanda  river.

The landscape  during  this  uphill  journey to  Srinagar   is  both  beautiful  & enchanting, making  one  feel  like  floating  in  the  monsoon clouds. The non stop sight & sound of  the  dancing  river  all  along the  journey  is  another event  which  remains  etched  in  the  memory.

Arriving in  evening  at Hotel  Chhahat in  Srinagar , yatris  were  served  piping hot  langar  seva  of  dinner   ,while  kirtan  followed by a  lucky  draw  was  parallely being  conducted.
The atmosphere was full of joy, happiness and anticipation for the forward journey of  the  next  day  to  Govind  Ghat.

After  a  full  tummy  &  tiredness of  bus  travel  the  well  appointed  airconditioned hotel  rooms were  a  major  relief &  a  welcome  sight to the  Yatris.

Day 2: Srinagar - Pipakkoti - Govind Ghat :-
 The day  started  with an amazingly  elaborate  5 am   breakfast / Kirtan program   at   Hotel Chhahat , since Yatris  had  to  reach Pipalkoti  an uphill  distance  of  100+ kms  for  brunch. 

 At  Pipalkoti  brunch  was  mouth watering  in  addition  to   very  clean  toilet  facilities available.

Thereafter by  the  grace  of  Waheguru Ji , onward  journey  of  50+  kms   to  Govind  Ghat  was  completed  by 2 pm or  so  due  to  absence  of  land slides ( a common  occurrence on  this  stretch ) &  clear  open  gate  access  at  Joshimath.

Hotel Check in  was smooth  at Govind  Ghat . Thereafter  Yatris  have a  choice  to  visit the  town of  Badrinath ( 25 kms )  &  be  back  by  sunset   or alternatively  spend  time  in  Govind  Ghat , admiring  the  beauty  of  the  striking   alakhnanda  river  &  the  spiritualness  at  the  Govind Ghat Gurudwara Sahib & there after night stay.

Day 3: Govind Ghat - Ghangaria ( Govind Dham ) :-
 At 6.30 am after  the  Ardaas  at  the Govind Ghat   Gurudwara Sahib , most of the Yatris start the  onward  journey  to  Govind Dham  located  in  Ghangaria  a distance  of thirteen  kms  by foot.

Out  of  the  thirteen kms  the  first  four  km  stretch  i.e. upto  Pulna  is  a  motorable  road  which  can  be  covered  by  shared  SUV's or  by  foot . Horses , Palkis  can  be  hired  at  Pulna  for  the  onward  journey  of  eight kms  to  Govind  Dham.

Yatris also  have  the option  to  fly  from  Govind  Ghat  upto  Gobind Dham by a  2-3 minutes  of   helicopter ride. However  helicopter  service  has  weight  limit of  luggage &    is not   available  during  rains  or  fog  which  is  quiet common  feature.

All  the   Yatris  reach  Govind  Dham  by  Lunch  hour  &  check in  at  the  dedicated Hotels.

Afternoon  the   day  is  spent  at  Govind  Dham  with  kirtan, path &  Langar at  the Gurudwara  Sahib  &  also   enjoying , exploring  the  local  landscape thereafter.

 Langar  seva  of  excellent  dinner  takes place  in  the  hotel. 

Day 4: Govind Dham - Hemkund Sahib Ji - Govind Dham / Govind Ghat :-
This  is  the  most  important  day  -To  reach  Hemkund Sahib Ji located  at  15200  feet .Yatris  start  the  journey  from  Gobind  Dham   between  5  to  6  am  for a  constantly  delightful   steep  uphill  walk of  six kms .Oxygen  levels  are  lower  than  normal  at  such  heights which  is  the  reason  that  everyone  has  to start the  descend  by  2 pm  back  to  Govind Dham on  same  day.

There  are  Horses &  Palkis  available at  Govind  Dham  for  Hemkund Sahib Ji for  Yatris   who  do not  wish  to  walk up.

On  arrival  at  Hemkund Sahib ji  be  prepared  to  be  looking  at  the  most  beautiful  sight  on  earth - Gurudwara  Hemkund Sahib Ji at  the  edge  of  the  enchanting  Sarovar  surrounded  by  seven  Hills.

Celebrating   their  arrival  with  a  dip  in  the super  chilled  waters of  the  sarovar , Yatris  then  get  immersed  in  the  melodious  kirtan  at  Gurudwara Hemkund Sahib Ji  followed  by  the  much  deserved  delicious though  simple  langar & Tea.

After  darshan , Yatris  start  the  descent  &  reach  Govind  Dham  by late afternoon for  a  small  break &  then 

majority  of  Yatris  start  the  onward journey  for  a  night  stay  at  Govind  Ghat.

Yatris  who  stay  back at  Govind  Dham  have  to   leave early  morning the  next  day  for  Govind Ghat.

Dinner  &  stay  facilities  are  available   at  both  Govind  Dham  &  Govind  Ghat  as  per  Yatris  real  time  location.

Day 5:Govind Dham / Govind Ghat - Srinagar
 Yatris  still  at  Govind  Dham,  start  the  journey  to  Govind  Ghat  at  5  in  the  morning to  join the  batch of   Yatris  already  reached  the  previous  evening ,  to  eventually catch  the  Bus heading  for  return  journey  home.

After a  small ,but  very  high  on  religious  sentiments,  Nagar  Kirtan followed  by  Aardaas  at  Govind  Ghat,  all  Yatris  board  the  buses  by  11  am . Lunch  break  enroute  to  Hotel  Chhahat  /  River Side  Resort ( Srinagar )    is  at  Pipalkoti.

Arrival  at  Hotel  Chhahat  /  River Side  Resort  is  early  evening    followed  by lip smacking  snacks , dinner  &  light entertainment.

Day 6: Srinagar - New Delhi
The day  starts  with a   rich  &  impressive  5 am  breakfast  at   Hotel Chhahat  /  River Side  Resort. Lunch  break  enroute  to  Delhi is  at astonishing  Gurudwara Sahib  at  Rishikesh. Arrival  at  Bangla  Sahib  Gurudwara in Delhi  is  early  evening.

This  journey  was   an  life  altering  experience  which  also  earned me a  spiritual , meaningful &  some  light hearted   conversations   with  so  many  of  Co Yatris.

Skrevet 19. september 2020
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New Delhi, India39 bidrag
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jun. 2019 • Familie
No words can describe the feeling and beauty of this sacred place. When you trek 2 kms on icy glacier @ Sub zero temprature and reach Hemkund Sahib after a long trek ,took a dip in icy cold sarovar (Frozen Lake) ..it's simply the most unforgettable moment of your life. You can feel it's presence around you all thru your journey from Gobind ghat to Hemkund Sahib .
You should be fit enough to trek about 26-30 kms (12 kms is very steep) in 3 days ,with basic amenities and food.

Please do respect the sanctity of this place and protect the environment ..
Skrevet 29. oktober 2019
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London, UK30 bidrag
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sep. 2019
We travelled from Delhi at the end of August arriving at Hemkund Sahib on 1 September. It was a challenging trip and tough. My suggestion is that it is best to do this trip before hitting your 40s. The altitude has a great affect on one's stamina. Although my aim was to walk the first 10K at least this was not possible due to Altitude Sickness. The surrounding area of the path is absolutely beautiful and this takes your mind of your ailments. We stopped overnight at Gobindham and set out at 6am in the morning to Hemkund Sahib Gurdwara. We went by mule and arrived there around 9ish. It started to rain midway, so make sure you are suitable dressed. I would also suggest that you come down walking and not on the mule. Coming down on the mule is very very hard and quite scary at some points when the mule walks to the edge of the path. So the advice is prepare yourselves, get fit (bearing in mind that the fittest of people can also get Altitude Sickness). Apparently you can get oxygen from the chemist at Gobind Dham.

We also found that as we were travelling in September (off peak) the mules etc were all half the price. Good luck to all those who are thinking of and attempting to do this yatra. It is definitely God's own Country, an amazing amazing place to visit and for most once in a lifetime journey.
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