Uttarkashi, often known as Kashi of the North, is a town in the Indian state of Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi district. The district's administrative center is in Uttarkashi Town. Somya Kashi is another name for Uttarkashi. An exciting and spiritual tourist spot is Uttarkashi. The town of Uttarkashi is also known as Shivnagri.
Vishwanath temple :-On the Rishikesh-Gangotri route, Uttarkashi is located 154 kilometers from Rishikesh. The most treasured and historic religious site in this area is the Viswanath Temple. Lord Vishwanath Temple in Uttarkashi is the most significant of all the temples.
Kuteti Devi temple- is a well-known religious building situated in Uttarkashi. On the slope of Har Mountain, close to the Bhagirathi River, is where this temple is located. Regarding this temple, it is said that its founders were Maharaja Kota's daughter and son-in-law.
Kandar Devta temple- The ancient temple of Kandaar Devta in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, is the center of faith and belief. Devotees gather on the premises of the Kandaar Devta temple and remember Kandaar Devta by keeping the doli on his shoulder. During this, due to the movement of the doli, its forearm touches the ground.
Shakti temple- Directly in front of the Vishwanath Temple lies the Shakti Temple. The enormous "trishul" at the temple is six meters high and tapers down to a circle of 90 cm. According to popular belief, the 'trishul' is composed of copper on the bottom and iron on the top, which Goddess Durga threw at demons.
Gaumukh- In Gangotri Glacier, one of the main headstreams of the Ganges River, Gaumukh, serves as the source of the Bhagirathi River. The location is in the Uttarkashi district at a height of 13,200 feet (4,023 meters).