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HOLY RIVERS OF INDIA AND GANGASAGAR END OF ALL RIVERS
The origin of Holy River ganga From Gomukh 18 km from Gangotri. The Temple of Ganga is at Gangotri comes under Char Dham yatra .one can Reach Gomukh by tracking and at Pony’s from Gangotri.
The Route Of Ganga
Gomukh– Gangotri– Dev Prayag– Haridwar– Anup Sehar—Karna Vas ( Bulandshahr )- Gadganga-Kanpur– badaha shetra—Bithur- Prayag Raj ( sangam Allahabad)- Varanasi— Pataneshwari Shakti Pith Ghat Patna—Bhagal Pur—Kirideshwari ( Murshidabad )- Behrampur—Navadeep Dham—Dakshineshwar Temple– Kolkatta– Dimond Harbor– Kochubadia and at last Ganga meet to Sagar ( sea) at Ganga sagar.
SARASWATI RIVER UTTRAKHAND
Origin fromMana Village Saraswati Temple Bhim Pool ( Bridge )3 km from Badrinath Dham sangam With Alaknanda River at Keshv Prayag and River Saraswati Vanish Here. 200 metre from Mana Village The Last Village Of India Sage Vyas Dev Wrote Mahabharata and Vedas Here.
ALLAKNANDA BADRINATH UTTRAKHAND
The Origin of Alakananada 13 km from Badrinath at Astavasu— Keshav Prayag Sangam Of alaknanada River with Saraswati river at mana Village—Alaknanda Badrinath Dham Temple— Vishnu Prayag—Nand Prayag—karan Prayag– Rudra Prayag ( Sangam with Mandakini river )- Devpryag—Sangam of Alaknanda, Madakini, Bhagirathi from here the origin of Ganga earlier Ganga from Gomukh
Regarded as Bhagirathi.
MANDAKINI ( KEDARNATH UTTRAHKHAND)
The Origin of Holy river Mandakini from 12 kmfrom Kedarnath Dham Jyotirlinga
Route Of Mandakini River
Kedarnath—Son Prayag Sangam Of Son Ganga and Mandakini– Rudra Prayag
( Sangam with Alaknanda)- Dev Prayag ( Sangam of Madakini, Alaknanda & Bhagirathi from here the sangam of three Rivers River Ganga Formed and Starts its Journey).
YAMMUNA ( UTTRAKHAND )
Origin 17 km from Yamnotri Temple at the glacial lake of Saptarishi Kund, on the Kalind Parbat, at an altitude of 4421 m, is the real source of the Yamuna River-Dehradun– Patan Sahib– Yammunagar Haryana– Karnal—Panipat– Delhi– Mathura &Vrindavan– Agra- Faizabad– Allahabad.Triveni Sangam Pryag Raj Yammuna, Ganga Saraswati from Here Yammuna Merged into Ganga.then Ganga End at Ganga Sagar.
BRAHMAPUTRA( KAILASH MANSAROVAR)
Origin from Kailash Mansarovar— Guhatti assam near Uma Nand Shiva Temple—Kamakshya Hill Guhatti Asam—Bangladesh—Bengal Ocean .
SONA RiIVER ( MADHYA PRADESH )
Origin from Amarkanthak Hills It is about 245kms. away from Jabalpur city Madhya Pradesh and Vanish at Patna merge with Ganga at Hari Har Baba Ashram and Meet with Ganga and then Ganga End at Ganga sagar.
NARMADA ( MADHYA PRADESH )
The Origin of Narmada River at Amarkanthak is at Saputara mountain Range It is about 245kms away from Jabalpur city at Madhya Pradesh to Arabian sea, covering a distance of about 1397kms It travels from East to West and finally falls at Arabian Sea on coast of Surat city in Gujrat.. Via Omkareshwar Temple at Narmada Ghat, Kuber Shiva Temple at Baroda Gujrat Narmada river is the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh and Gujrat state. It is the fifth largest river of Indian subcontinent. The place of origin of Narmada River is an open pool known as Narmada Kund.
SHIPRA RIVER UJJAIN ( MADHYA PRADESH )
The Shipra starts her journey in the Vindhya Range from a hill called Kokri Tekdi situated at a distance of 11km from Ujjain. This river is 195km long, out of which 93km flow through Ujjain. It then touches Ratlam and Mandsaur, before joining the river Chambal . The Famous Holy KUMBHA BATH take place here after every 12years at Ram Ghat 3km from Ujjain Railway Station and 2km from Mahakaal Jyotirlinga and Harsidhi Shakti Pith
CHAMBAL RIVER ( MADHYA PRADESH )
The river Chambal originates from the Janapav Mountain in the Vindhya Range, and flows northeast through Ujjain, Ratlam and Mandsaur, before entering Rajasthan. It reenters Madhya Pradesh after meandering through parts of Rajasthan and touches Moraina and Bhind. This river was referred to as Punya in the 4th century b.c. epic, the Mahabharata, and as Charmanavati in the Puranas .
TAPI / TAPTI RIVER ( MADHYA PRADESH )
Apart from the Narmada, the Tapti is the only river that flows westward and falls into the Arabian Sea .This river originates at a height of 762m in Betul district of Madhya Pradesh (to the south of the Satpura Range). The Tapti journeys almost parallel to the Narmada, though it is much shorter in length than the Narmada and has a smaller catchment area.
INDRAVATI RIVER ( MADHYA PRADESH )
Starting from Bastar, this river flows westward for a distance of around 40km before forming the magnificent Chitrakoot waterfalls near Jagdalpur. Indrawati derives its name from Indra, the God of Rain.
MAHANADI ( CHATTISGARH )
The 857km long Mahanadi originates from a hill in the Sihawa mountain range situated southeast of Raipur. Before ending its journey in the Bay of Bengal, near Cuttack in Orissa, the Mahanadi flows from Raipur via Bilaspur, Bastar and Raigarh in Madhya Pradesh. On the Mahanadi is one of the largest dams in India – the 4.8km long Hirakud Dam in Sambalpur, Orissa. Near Ghanteshwari Devi Temple.
GODAVARI RIVER ( MAHARASTRA )
Originating from Triambak, situated near Nashik in the Western Ghats, the Godavari flows some 1400 km southeast through the state of Maharashtra and Andhra before merging into the Bay of Bengal. Kushavarta, the place from where river Godavari takes its course is another highlight at Trimbakeshwar. It is believed a dip in this sacred river washes away the sins. The sage Gautam committed a sin of killing a cow and by taking bath in this holy river; he was relieved off his sin. Brahmagiri Mountain is a major landmark in Trimbakeshwar. The mountain can be reached by 500 stairs that was built by Seth Lalchand Jashodanand Bhambhani of Karachi and Seth Ganeshdas.
Godavari Ghat Famous Holy Kumbha Bath take place after every 12 years 8km from Nasik Railway Station .
is a river that flows through the Indian States of Uttar Pradesh . Sarayu Origin Himalayas Mouth Tributary of Ganges Length 350 Kilometers Source elevation 4150 meters Basin area Eastern Kumaon - Western Nepal .This river is of ancient significance, finding mentions in the Vedas and the Ramayana.The Saravu forms at the confluence of the Karnali (or Ghagara and Mahakali (or Sharda in Baraich District . The Mahakali or Sharda forms the Indian-Nepalese border.It is Tributary of Ganges which meets two other rivers at the confluence (sangam) in U.P and then via kolkatta meet at Ganga sagar.
On Ram Navami the Nine Day festival that celebrates the birthday of Lord Rama thousands of people take a dip in the Sarayu River at Ayodhya .The Sarayu is also the river upon whose banks King Rama was born.
KRISHNA RIVER ( MAHARASTRA )
The origin of the Krishna River is in the Western Ghats near Mahabaleshwar 140 km from Pune , 70 km from Kollapur Mahalaxmi Temple, Maharashtra. The river then flows east through the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh for a distance of approximately 1300 km before merging in the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh. The source of the river is believed to be a spout from the mouth of a cow’s statue in the ancient temple Lord Shiva in Mahabaleshwar. The Krishna is said to be the Lord Vishnu himself the River Passes through Panchgani , Kollapur Maharastra, to river enters Karnataka at Kurundwad, 60 km from Kolhapur. In Karnataka, the river passes through the Belgaun Bijapur and Gulbarga districts, covering a total distance of 220 km.The Krishna enters Andhra Pradesh near Deosugur in Raichur district and meanders through Mehbubnagar, Kurnool, Sri Selam Jyotirlinga Shiva Temple near Krishna river Ghat , Guntur and Krishna districts. The river merges into the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi.
KAVERI RIVER ( KARNATAKA )
Kaveri also spelled Cauvery, sacred river of southern india. It rises on Brahmagiri Hill of the Western Ghats in southwestern Karnataka state, flows in a southeasterly direction for 475 miles (765 km) through the states of Karnataka and Tamil NAdu and descends the Eastern Ghats in a series of great falls. Before emptying into the Bay of Bengal south of CuddaloreTamil Nadu, the river breaks into a large number of distributaries forming a wide delta called the “garden of southern India.” Known to devout Hindus as Daksina Ganga (“Ganges of the South”) .
Dev Prayag Uttrakhand
Sarawati River Origin Mana Village
Narmada Amarkanthak Madhya Pradesh
TUNGA BHADRA (KARNATAKA )
The origin of River from Koodali Shimoga District Karnataka.The Tungabhadra River is the scared river at the South India which flow at the Karnataka and Andhra Prdesh.where it serves as the chief tributary of the Krishna River In the epic Ramayana the Tungabhadra river was known by the name of Pampa. he Tungabhadra River is formed by the confluence of two rivers, the Tunga River and the Bhadra River which flow down the eastern slope of the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka. Along with Nethravathi (west flowing river, joining the Arabian Sea near Mangalore), the Thunga and the Bhadra rise at Gangamoola, in Varaha Parvatha in the Western Ghats .Thungabhadra meanders through the plains to a distance of 531 km (330 mi) and mingles with the Krishna at Gondimalla, near the famous Alampur in Mahaboobnagar District of Andhra Pradesh. Varada flowing through Shimoga, Uttara Kannada and Haveri Districts and Hagari in Chitradurga and Bellary Districts in Karnataka and Handri in Kurnool distriict of A.P. are the main tributaries of the Tungabhadra. Many rivulets and streams join these tributariesThere are many holy places all along the rivers; primarily Temples of Saiva Cult on the banks of the Bhadra and all the cults on the banks of the Thunga. Sringeri, Sarada Petham established by the Adi Shnkarcaharya is the most famous one on the left bank of the Thunga, about 50 km (31 mi) downstream of its origin. Manthralayam Sree Raghavendra Swamy Muth in Kurnool District and Alampur in Mahaboobnagar Districit, known as Dakshina Kashi are the other important pilgrimage centres. There is a cluster of Nava Brahma temples constructed by the early Chalukyas. Jogulamba is the presiding deity of the place. The Moola Brindavana of Guru Raghvendra is located on banks of Tungabhadra at Mentralayam , AndhraPradesh.
FIVE RIVERS ( PAANC NADI )
SATLUJ, BEUS, JHELUM ,RAVI AND CHENNAB
The five rivers, now divided between India and Pakistan. Area of Punjab that is between rivers of Beus and Satluj is called Doaba, major cities in this part of punjab are Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Nawan Shahr. Majha is between Beus and Chenab and on both sides of Ravi, this part is called the heart of Punjab and cities include Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Faridkot and Ferozepur. Area of Malwa is southern Punjab facing Rajasthan and East of river Beus, cities include Ludhiana, Patiala, Ambala, Karnal, Sangrur, Malerkotla, Shahabad, and Abohar.
SATLUJ RIVER ( KAILASH MANSAROVER )
- Satluj rises from beyond Indian borders in the Southern slopes of the Kailash mountain near Mansarover lake from Rakas lake, as Longcchen Khabab river ( in Tibet ). It is the largest among the five rivers of Himachal Pradesh. It enters Himachal at Shipki ( altitude = 6,608 metres ) and flows in the South-Westerly direction through Kinnaur, Shimla, Kullu, Solan, Mandi and Bilaspur districts. Its corse in Himachal Pradesh is 320 km. from Rakastal, with famous tributaries viz. the Spiti, the Ropa, the Taiti, the Kashang, the Mulgaon, the Yula, the Wanger, the Throng and the Rupi as right bank tributaries, whereas the Tirung, the Gayathing, the Baspa, the Duling and the Soldang are left bank tributaries. It leaves Himachal Pradesh to enter the plains of Punjab at Bhakhra, where the world's highest gravity dam has been constructed on this river. Its toatl catchment area in Himachal Pradesh is 20,000 sq. km. Its vedic name is Satudri and Sanskrit name Shatadru. The Satluj finally drains into the Indus in Pakistan o merge into the Arabian Sea near the port city of Karachi in Sindh .It Also touch Anantpur Sahib
BEUS/ VI-PASHA RIVER ( HIMACHALPRADESH )
is a river in the northern part of India. The river rises in the Himalayas in central Himachal Pradesh India, and flows to the Sutluj River in the Indian state of Punjab.The present name Beas is thought to be a corruption of the older name and original name Vipasha in Sanskrit .The Beas River originates in Rohtang Pass in the Punjab Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh. It flows south past Manali and through the Kullu Valley before entering the Punjab plains. It meets the Sutlej River near the Harike Wetland south of Amritsar near Amritsar Gurudwara Golden Temple and Vyas Gaddi.. The Sutlej continues into Pakisthan Punjab and joins the Chenab River at Uch near Bahawalpur to form the Pajnand River ; the latter in turn joins the Indus River at Mithankot
The waters of the Ravi, Beas (Vipasha) and Sutlej (also known as Shathadru) rivers are allocated to India under the Indus Valley Treaty between India and Pakistan
JHELUM ( KASHMIR VALLEY )
The river originates in Vernag, shooting out from a spring. Vernag is located at lower Pir Pinjal in Kashmir Valley. The River Jhelum starts from Kashmir, flows through a long stretch of Jammu before finally surrendering itself to the Indus River. the river flows through the state of Punjab and enters Pakistan also.
RAVI RIVER ( HIMACHAL PRADESH )
The Ravi River is a river in India and Pakistan. It originates in the Himalayas in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh following a north-westerly course. It turns to the south-west, near Dalhousie, and then cuts a gorge in the Dhaola Dhar range entering the Punjab plain near Madhopur. It then flows along the Indo-Pak border for some distance before entering Pakistan and joining the Chenab river. The Ravi was known as Parushani or Iravati to Indians in Vedic times and Hydraotes to the Ancient Greeks.
CHENNAB ( HIMACHAL PRADESH )
The waters of the Chenab start from snow melt from the Bara Lacha Pass, in the Himachal Pradesh. The waters flowing south from the pass are known as the Chandra River and those that flow north are called the Bhaga River. Eventually the Bhaga flows around to the south joining the Chandra at the village of Tandi. A motorable road runs along the Bhaga River, from Khoskhas to Tandi. The Chandra and Bhaga meet to form the Chandrbhaga River at Tandi. It becomes the Chenab when it joins the Marau River at Bhandera Kot, 12 Km from Kishtwar Town in Jammu & Kashmir
GOMATI RIVER ( PILIBHIT )
The river Gomti originates from about 3 km east of Pilibhit town of the same district at an height of 200 meters. The river drains the area lying between river Ramganga and Sharda in the upper reaches and Ganga and Ghaghra at the lower reaches. After flowing southwards through the districts of Lucknow, Barabhanki, Sultanpur, Faizabad and Jaunpur, it confluences with River Ganga. it passes on towards the south-east and separates Aldemau from Chanda, passing Paparghat, Dera, Dhopap, Aldemau, Kadipur and Dwarka behind Dwarikadish Temple and hence meet at Arabian Ocean. In this part of the district the course of the river is tortuous and irregular The river Gomati is the largest river of this state. The water is murky due to recent rains, but normaly is crystal clear. Here is famous Bhuvneshwari Temple and Tripur Bhairav Shiva temple at Udaipur South Tripura,
According to Hindu mythology the river is the daughter of Sage Vashist and bathing in the waters of the Gomati on Ekadashi (the eleventh day of the Sanatana Dharma-Hindu Calender can wash away one's sins. The river is a thin stream until it reaches Mohammadi Kheri(about 100 km from its origin),a tehsil of Lakhimpur kheri distirct, where it is joined by some tributaries like Sukheta, Choha and Andhra Choha. From here the river is well defined. Later other tributaries join this river. These are Kathina at mailani and Sarayan at Lakhimpur. Another major tributary is the Sai River, which joins near Jaunpur At the "sangam" of Gomti and Ganges, the famous Markandey Mahadeo temple is situated.
After Every 12 Years take Place Kumbha Bath at Kumbha Mela .The normal Kumbh Melais celebrated every 3 years, the Ardh (half) Kumbh Mela is celebrated every six years at Haridwar and Prayag, the Purna (complete) Kumbh takes place every twelve years,at four places (Prayag(Allahabad), HAridwar, Ujjain and Nashik ). The Maha (great) Kumbh Mela which comes after 12 'Purna Kumbh Melas', or 144 years, is held at Allahabad.
HAridwar Ganga River Uttrakhand , Prayag Triveni Sangam Ganga Yammuna, Saraswati Allahabad Uttar Pradesh, Godavari River Naisik Maharastra, Shipra Ramghat Ujjain Madhyapradesh India.
Kumbh Mela is celebrated at different locations depending on the position of the planet of Brahaspati (Jupiter ) and the sun. When Jupiter and the sun are in the zodiac sign Leo (Simha Rashi) it is held in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik; when the sun is in Aries (Mesha Rashi) it is celebrated at Haridwar; when Jupiter is in Taurus (Vrishabha Rashi ) and the sun is in Capricorn (Makar Rashi) Kumbha Mela is celebrated at Prayag; and Jupiter and the sun are in Scorpio (Vrishchik Rashi) the Mela is celebrated at Ujjain.Each site's celebration dates are calculated in advance according to a special combination of zodiacal positions of Sun, Moon, and Jupiter.
SANGAM OF HOLY RIVERS
Deoprayag The confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers Rudraprayag The confluence ( Sangam) of Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers. The temples of Rudranath and Chamunda Devi are noteworthy.Nandprayag The confluence ( Sangam)of Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers. The Gopalji Temple is worth a visit. Karnaprayag The confluence( sangam) of Alaknanda and Pindar rivers with temples of Uma and Karna. Vishnuprayag The confluence( sangam) of Alaknanda and Dhauliganga rivers. An ancient temple of Lord Vishnu stands here by a pool called Vishnu Kund, Keshav Prayag Sangam of alaknanda and Saraswati river near mana village. Son Prayag Sangam of Son Ganga and Mandakini . ( These all Holy river make Sangam at Prayag Raj Of Allahabad Ganga Yammuna Saraswati, Son Nad Saryu Nadi all the River entering From various Places entering into one place at Prayag Raj and fromhere all Rivers Convert into ganga and Ganga enter into Ganga Sagar. Because of this Ganga Sagar pilgrim has its importance as all the Holy rivers convert into Ganga meet here.
AJANTA & ELLORA CAVES
JAIN, BUDDHIST, SHIVA, VISHNU, CAVES
1.SRI KEDARNATH 2. SRI MADHAMESHWAR 3. SRI TUNGANATH
4. SRI RUDRANATH 5. SRI KALPESHWAR
THE MARRIAGE PLACE OF SHIVA AND PARVATI 12 KM
FROM SON PRAYAG 30 KM KEDARNATH UTTRAKHAND
SRI BADRINATH 2.SRI JAGANNATH 3. SRI DWARIKANTH 4. SRI RAMESHWARM
1.SRI BADRINATH –UTTRAKHAND (NORTH) 2. SRI RANGANATH –TAMIL NADU (SOUTH) 3 SRI JAGANNATHPURI-PURI (EAST),4.SRI DWARIKANATH –DWARIKA (WEST) 5.SRI GOBARDHANNATH –NATHDUARA RAJASTHAN (CENTRAL)
1. VARANASI 2. GUPT KASHI 3.UTTARKASHI 4. DAKSHIN KASHI 5. SHIV KASHI
BINDU SAROVAR (SIDHOPUR), 2. NARAYAN SAROVAR(KUTCH), 3. CHAMPA SAROVAR( MAYSORE) 4. PUSHKAR SAROVAR-AJMER RAJASTHAN 5. MANSAROVAR- TIBET
SRI BADRINARAYAN 2. ADI BADRI 3. VRIDHA BADRI 4. VHABISHYA BADRI
5. YOG BADRI 6. DYAN BADRI 7. NARSINGHA BADRI
1. BHAGIRATHI 2. VRIDHA GANGA 3. KALINDI 4. SARASVATI 5. KAVERI
6. NARMADA 7. VENI
SAPT PUNYA NADI ( HOLY RIVER )
1.GANGA 2. YAMMUNA 3. GODAWARI 4. SARASVATI 5. KAVERI 6.NARMADA
KAYSHYAP 2. ATRIEYA 3. BHARADWAJ 4. VISHWAMITRA 5 VASHITA 6. GAUTAM
7. JAMADNI CONTRADICTION 7. KANVA MUNI FATHER OF SHAKUNTALA
1.KURUKHSHETRA –HARYANA, 2. HARIHAR KH SHETRA-SONPUR BIHAR
3 PRAVASH KHSHETR- VIRAVAL SOMNATH 4. RENUKA KHSHETRA –MATHUR
5. BHRGU KHSHETRA- BHARUCH , 6. PURISHOTTAM
KHSHETRA – JAGNATH, 7.SHUKAR KHSHETRA- SOURO
SHAILPUTRINI 2. BRAHMACHARINI 3. CHANDRAGHANTA 4. KUSHMANDINI
5. SKANDMATA 6. KATYANI 7. KAALRATRI 8. MAHAGORI 9. SIDHIDATRI
NAAV ARYANA (FOREST)
DANDAKARANYA 2.SANEDVARANYA 3.PUSHKARANAYA 4.NEMISARANYA 5.PURUJUNGLE 6.UTPALAPARTHKARANYA 7.JAMBOMARG 8.HEMVADRANYA, 9. ARBUDARANYA
1.MAHAKALI 2. TARA 3. SADOSHI 4. BHUVNESHVARI 5. CHINAMASTIKA 6. TRIPUR BHAIRAVI 7. DHOOMAVATI 8. BAGULA 9. MATANGI 10. KAMALA
1.SURYA 2. CHANDRA 3. MANGAL 4. BUDH 5. GURU 6. SHUKRA 7. SHANI
8. RAHU 9. KETU
1.MESH 2. VRISHABHA 3.MITHUNA 4. KARKATA 5. SINGHA 6. KANYA 7. TULA 8. VRISCHIKA 9. DHANU10. MAKARA 11. KUMBHA 12. MEENA
ASHVINI 2. BHARANI 3. KRITIKA 4. ROHINI 5. MRIGASHIRA 6. ADRA 7.PUNARVASU
8. PUSHYA 9. ASLESHA 10.MAGHA 11.PURBA PHALGUNI 12. UTTRAFALGUNI
13. HASTA 14. CHITRA 15. SWATI 16. VISHAKA 17.ANURADHA 18.JYESTHA
19. MULA 20.PURVASHADA 21. UTTRASHADA 22. SHRAVANA 23. DHANISTHA
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Mithila near Janakarpur Railway Station on the border of India and Nepal.
Gandaki Chandi Body Part Gandaki , Devi Gandaki Chandi, Bhairav Chakrapani Pokhra Nepal
Gandaki in Pokhra Nepal about 125 km on the banks of Gandaki river where Muktinath temple is situated Basically the trip to Muktinath can be divided in two parts: from Kathmandu to Jomsom, and, from Jomsom to Muktinath. Up to Josom flights are available, after that, one has to chose either jeep or horse. Josom-Muktinath Helicopter service is also available.
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