Near Joshimath17 kms far from Joshimath town
17 kms / 34 mins
From Joshimath Bus Stand, National Highway 58
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Bhavishya Badri, one of Panch Badri Temples, is located at an elevation of 2744mtrs close to Joshimath. Bhavishya Badri, located 17 kms away from Joshimath, is situated in Subhain Village.
This temple deity, Lord Vishnu, is known to be the future home of Badrinath. The place is home to a beautiful water source in Bhavishyabadri, as well as many Cedar trees.
Bhavishya Badri can be found at an unexplored spot up the Dhauliganga River. According to the prophecy at the end Kalyug, Badrinath Dham route is going to be blocked by the landslide. When the right arm of Narsingh Temple’s Narsingh Temple in Joshimath is broken, the landslide will take place. Badrinath’s seat will then be changed to Bhavishya Badri.
Bhavishya Badri is also known in the form of Bhabisya Badri literally means an “Future abode for the Lord Badrinath”. According to an Hindu legend that Guru Adi Shankaracharya was able to take Badri Vishal away from Tapta Kund an announcement of the celestial realm was made. In the words of the prophetic prophecy that Kal Yuga will befall on humanity The Mountains in Nara as well as Narasimha can block the path to Badrinath. The shrine will then become unaccessible then God Badri will appear in this shrine. Thus, ‘Bhavishya’ Badri’ will be the name given will become the new site to worship Lord Badrinath.
According to another legend that Lord Vishnu was once a resident of Tibet however, when the Tibetans were eating meat and alcohol, and became unruly Then Lord Vishnu quit Tibet and began searching for the best place to make his home. While searching was in the Himalayas was a success, he was enthralled by the place and promised the place would be his new home. (Future in Hindi refers to Bhavishya) which is why the place is known as Bhavishya Badri.
The best timing to go Bhavishya Badri is between March through May and September through November. Winter and monsoon aren’t the suitable times when you visit Bhavishya Badri. The attraction of devotees and trekkers is Bhawishya Badri because Tapovan trek is an amazing trail and the white the water flowing from Dhauliganga river is stunning.
Virdha Badri is located in Animath within the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This Vridha Badri shrine dates back to the period that India existed under control by the Gupta Dynasty. It is believed that Vridha Badri is one the “Sapt Badri” temples of the Badrikshetra.
The Vridha Badri has a significant role within Hindu mythology. The name Vridha Badri originates from the appearance of an elderly man, and Lord Vishnu is revered at the. It is situated just before Kalpeshwar Mahadev Temple, ahead of Helang. Its elevation Vridha Badri is 1380m within Animath.