Information of Char Dham of India Aadi Guru Sankracharya established for Dham in for direction. These are Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Dwarka and Puri. Adiguru Sankracharya established four Dham on four pilgrim in for direction for making unity of Hindu. These Dham are very important in Hinduism. If somebody visits the four Dham in his life. He is very fortunate and his sins of  seven births are washed away.

information of Char Dham of India
information of Char Dham of India

Hindu Matha information of Char Dham of India

Adiguru Shankracharya has made four ‘Matha’ in four Dham. The head of these Matha is called Sankracharya.

These Matha are:

Govardhan Matha, which is in Puri Dham in Udhisa, East India.

Sharda Matha, which is in Dwarka Dham in Gujrat, west India.

Jyotir Matha, which is in Badrinath Dham in Uttrakhand, north India.

Vedant Matha, which is in Rameswaram Dham in Kanyakumari, south India.

There are four Vedas in Hinduism. And each Vedas was put in different Dham. Like Yajur Veda in Rameshwaram. Rig Veda in Goverdhan Matha. Sama Veda in Sharda Matha and Atharva Veda in Jyotir Matha. These four Matha started Guru Shishya tradition. All the saint and sages relate to these Matha.

Information of Char Dham of India Dwarka Dham

Dwarka Temple, also known as Jagat Temple or Dwarkadhish Temple and located on the banks of the Gomti River near the Arabian Sea in Dwarka, Saurashtra, Gujarat. The Dwarka temple is one of the four dhams, the famous center of Hinduism. Dwarka is also known as Dwarkapuri and is included in the Saptapuris. After leaving Mathura , Lord Krishna settled in Dwarka about five thousand years ago. Where he stayed the same place of the Dwarkadhish Temple has been built. Text also describes that Lord Krishna asked to the Samundra for land to settle Dwarka. AndVishwakarma ji built it in overnight.

Badrinath Dham

Badrinath Dham is also one of the four Dham . And one of the four Dham in Uttarakhand Devbhoomi. The Badrinath temple is also one of the five Badri of Vishnu God, the future Badri Yoga Badri Vrinda Badri etc. Badri Badrinath. It is in the backdrop of the Neelkanth mountain peak between the very male and Narayan mountain ranges in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The Badrinath Temple is on the Alaknanda River at a height of about ten thousand eight hundred feet from Sea lable.

This is the temple of Lord Vishnu. Where devotees come to visit it from all over the world . Badrinath shrine is named after the local word Badri. Which is a type of wild plum. Lord Vishnu came to these mountains to do penance. When he was engaging in penance, the wife of lord Vishnu , Goddess Lakshmi took the form of a plum tree and saved her from sharp sunlight. It is not only the abode of Lord Vishnu, but also the home of countless pilgrims, saints and sages who meditate here in search of enlightenment. People here also come for Pitra Daan to get rid of Pitra dosha.

Rameshwaram Dham

Rameswaram Temple is in a small island in the Indian Ocean at Rameswaram place in Ramanathapuram district, Tamil Nadu. This temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and also in four Dhams. Lord Sri Rama and Sita Mata worshiped it here by making Shivling themselves and hence its importance is also high. Lord Rama killed Ravana and Ravana was a Shiva devotee as well as a Brahmin. Therefore, Lord Shri Rama returned back and worshiped Lord Shiva by making a Shiva lingam in this place to prevent the killing of Brahm. To prevent the “Brahman Dosha” caused by killing a Brahmin, Lord Rama wanted to worship Lord Shiva. Since there was no temple in the island. Bhagavan Sri Rama and Sita Mata worshiped Shivlinga making by themselves. And hence the name of this shrine is Rameswaram.

Jagannath Puri

Sri Jagannath Temple is located in the district of Puri in the state of Odisha on the eastern coast of India. Devotee worship here to lord Jagannath, a form of Lord Vishnu. Jagannath means Jagan (universe) + Nath (God) Lord Jagannath is the God of the whole world. This temple is an important pilgrimage place in Hinduism. It is also one of the four Dhams . The King Anantavarman Chodagung Dev started construction of the temple before the 12th century. In the Jagannath temple, only Hindu, Punjabi, Jain and Buddhist people can see the temple. Foreign people cannot enter the temple irrespective of their religion.

The temple is famous for its annual Rath Yatra. Millions of people come to visit. Every year in Ashadha month, Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra takes place from the second date of Shukla Paksha to Shukla Ekadashi.