Badrinath is a region of many stories along with these myths, at an elevation of 3,133 metres in Uttarakhand's Chamoli district. The snow-capped mountain peaks, the lyrically flowing Alaknanda River, and the breathtaking scenery form the ideal setting for fostering a spiritual connection.
Badrinath Temple- situated in the town of Badrinath in Uttarakhand, India- the temple is also one of the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Badrinath—holy shrines for Vaishnavites.
Mata Murti Temple:- It is a revered Hindu temple situated 3 km away from Badrinath. This Devi temple is located on the Alaknanda River's right bank.
Yog Dhyan Badri Yogdhyan Badri Temple is- one of the seven venerated Badris, or "Sapta Badri," in Pandukeshwar, Badrinath. The Yogadhyan Badri Temple is the location of worshipping Lord Vishnu's meditation position idol and is also the home of Utsava-murti (festival-image), Lord Udhava, and Lord Kuber in the winter. According to legend, King Pandu placed the bronze statue of Lord Vishnu in the Yogdhyan Badri sanctuary.
Brahma kamal Temple- The temple’s highlight is the rare flower, which bears the name of Brahma, the creator god. It only blooms one night each year, revealing its petals that are like stars. It is said that the person who sees the flower in bloom is blessed by Brahma and will experience success and wealth.