Adiguru Shankaracharya worshiped Narayan in the divine Shaligram stone …
Badrinath Dham is also one of the four major shrines of Sanatan Dharma. In this mythological and grand temple, Lord Srihari sits in the ranges of the Himalayas. Badrinath Dham is considered the eighth Baikunth of the universe.
It is believed that Lord Srihari stays absorbed in Yoganidra for six months and gives darshan to the devotees who come to his door for six months.
At the same time, Badrinath is considered to have a special connection with the statue of Narsingh Lord located in Joshimath. In the context of Narasimha Lord Murthy, it is believed that Adiguru Shankaracharya used to worship Narayan in the divine Shaligram stone. At the same time, a statue of Lord Narasimha emerged suddenly.
It is believed that one hand of the idol of this Narasimha lord situated in Joshimath is getting thinner from year to year and now that part of the hand of Lord Narasimha lord is left equal to the roundness of the needle.
In such a situation, on the day this hand will be separated, on that day, Nar and Narayan Parvat (Jai-Vijay Parvat) will merge and from that moment the path of Badrinath Dham will be completely closed.