Char Dham opening and closing dates are declared by the Char Dham temple committee that is Kedar-Badir Madir Simitee . Chardham Yatra 2019 opening date is 07 May on Akshaya Tritiya day – Gangotri opens on 08 May 2019 and Yamunotri temples opens on 07 May 2019. Badrinath Temple opening date is 10 May 2019 and Kedarnath Shrine opening date will announce on Mahashivratri day.

Akshaya Tritiya is believed to bring good luck and success. Most people purchase Gold on this day as it is believed that buying Gold on Akshaya Tritiya brings prosperity and more wealth in coming future. Being Akshaya day it is believed that Gold, bought on this day, will never diminish and would continue to grow or appreciate

Akshaya Tritiya day is ruled by God Vishnu who is the preserver God in the Hindu Trinity. According to Hindu mythology Treta Yuga began on Akshaya Tritiya day. Usually Akshaya Tritiya and Parashurama Jayanti, birthday anniversary of 6th incarnation of Lord Vishnu, falls on the same day but depending on staring time of Tritiya Tithi Parashurama Jayanti might fall one day before Akshaya Tritiya day.

The closing dates of Chardham Yatra are during the Diwali time. These important shrines in Hinduism remains closed for major part of the year due to snowfall (October to April). The temples usually open in the month of April for a six-month period. During the Chardham Yatra period, We conducts spiritual tour to the important shrines in the Chardham region. Online reservation facility is also available. Helicopter Services are also available from Agastyamuni to Kedarnath and Badrinath. Char Dham Yatra in India is having a great importance and it is considered that every Hindu should do Char Dham Yatra once in a lifetime.

Gangotri, located at an altitude of 3200 meters, Yamunotri, at an altitude of 4421 meters, Badrinath, at an altitude of 3135 meters, and Kedarnath, at an altitude of 3580 meters, attract more than 2 million visitors each year from India and around the world. It must be noted here that the visit to four important temples dedicated to Shiva and Lord Vishnu is also known as Char Dham Yatra and this involves visiting the shrines at Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gagotri and Yamunotri.

Char Dham Yatra is believed to be very sacred in Hindu religion in India. Char Dham Yatra in india includes Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri temple. Among four scared sites Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva while Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. On the other hand, Yamunotri and Gangotri are dedicated to Goddess Ganga and Yamuna rivers respectively. All four Char Dham temples are residing in Uttarakhand state of India.