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- In the winter, the valleys of the Chardham of Uttarakhand remain closed, because the climate here becomes unfavorable due to the cold.
On Sunday, 15 November, the valleys of Gangotri Dham, one of the Chardhams of Uttarakhand, have been closed for the winter. This year, about 23 thousand people visited the Gangotri Dham. On Monday, the doors of two other shrines, Kedarnath and Yamunotri Dham, will also be closed.
Harish Gaur, media in-charge of Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Board, told that the doors of Kedarnath at 8.30 am on Monday and Yamunotri Dham at 12.30 pm will be closed for the winter. After this, the doors of Badrinath Dham will be closed on 19 November.
A large number of devotees visited the goddess before Gangotri closed its doors.
Gangotri closures after Govardhan Puja and Annakoot
Annakoot was held at Gangotri Dham on Sunday. Here the doors of the temple were closed after Govardhan Puja. Mother Ganga’s festive doli left for the winter sojourn Mukhba after the closure of the valve.
Madhyameshwar Fair on 22 November
Dr. Harish Gaur told that the doors of Badrinath will be closed at 3.35 pm on Thursday, 19 November. The doors of the second Kedar Madhyameshwar will also be closed on November 19 at 7 am. The third Kedar Tungnath doors closed on November 4. The doors of the fourth Kedar Rudranathji were closed on 17 October, during the winter season. This year, the festival Doli of Madhyameshwarji will reach Omkareshwar Temple Ukhimath on 22 November. The Sri Madhyameshwar Fair is also held on this day.