Triyugi Narayan Tour

4 Days/3 Nights







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Triyugi Narayan is a significant pilgrimage site in Uttarakhand, India, known for its ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It’s believed to be the sacred spot where Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati got married.


Day 1 : Haridwar to Triyugi Narayan
  • Morning : Morning: Depart from Haridwar to Triyugi Narayan by road. The distance is approximately 170 kilometers, and the journey may take around 6-7 hours, depending on road conditions.
  • Afternoon : Arrive in Triyugi Narayan and check in at your  accommodation. Freshen up and have some lunch.
  • Evening : Visit the Triyugi Narayan Temple. Explore the ancient temple premises and soak in the spiritual atmosphere.
Day 2 : Explore Triyugi Narayan and Nearby Attractions
  • Morning : Attend the morning prayers at Triyugi Narayan Temple. Take some time for meditation and reflection.
  • Afternoon : Explore the nearby attractions. You can visit places like Gaurikund, which is believed to be the spot where Goddess Parvati meditated before her marriage to Lord Shiva.
  • Evening :Return to Triyugi Narayan, relax, and enjoy a quiet evening in the serene surroundings.
Day 3 : Village Exploration and Cultural Experience
  • Morning : Spend some time exploring the village of Triyugi Narayan. You can interact with the locals, learn about their traditions, and visit nearby homes.
  • Afternoon : Participate in any local cultural activities or events that may be happening in the village during your visit.
  • Evening : Enjoy a traditional Garhwali dinner at your accommodation and immerse yourself in the local culture.
Day 4 : Return to Haridwar
  • Morning : After breakfast, check out from your accommodation in Triyugi Narayan.
  • Begin your journey back to Haridwar, cherishing the memories and experiences of your pilgrimage.
  • Afternoon/Evening : Arrive back in Haridwar, concluding your spiritually enriching visit to Triyugi Narayan.

Frequently Asked Questions?

What is the legend associated with Triyugi Narayan?

According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati got married at Triyugi Narayan. The temple stands at the spot where the sacred fire of their marriage ceremony is said to have been continuously burning for three yugas (ages).

What is the architectural style of the Triyugi Narayan temple?

The temple is built in the traditional Garhwali style of architecture. It is made of stone and features intricate carvings and sculptures.

Are there any other attractions near Triyugi Narayan?

Yes, there are other attractions in the vicinity of Triyugi Narayan. Gaurikund, believed to be the place where Goddess Parvati meditated, is located nearby. Additionally, pilgrims often visit the Rudranath temple and the Madmaheshwar temple, which are part of the Panch Kedar pilgrimage.

Is Triyugi Narayan accessible year-round?

Sem Mukhem preserves its rich Garhwali culture. Visitors can experience traditional customs, festivals, and practices. Interacting with the locals provides insight into the authentic lifestyle of the region.

What are the nearby pilgrimage sites associated with Triyugi Narayan?

Triyugi Narayan is associated with the Panch Kedar pilgrimage circuit. Nearby temples include Rudranath, Madmaheshwar, Tungnath, and Kalpeshwar.