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An outlet behind the Gurudwara is source of the Lakshman Ganga.
This scared Sikh shrine is situated on the shores of the Hemkund lake (4320mtrs).
It marks the place where Guru Govind Singh, the tenth and last Guru, unified with God after prolonged meditation in his previous birth.
Myriad blossoms decorate its banks during the season, a wildest profusion of colours make the trekker forget the hardships and the exhaustion of the trek.
Set in the lap of Hathi Parvat (6730 mts.), the lake can be approached either from Bhyundar village, near Ghangaria, or from Vishnu Prayag.
The temple opens every year in the month of April-May and closes for winters in the third week of November.
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple of Shri Badrinathji is 5mts.
it has an imposing Gurudwara named after Guru Govind Singh. This valley has been declared a National Park to regulate camping, cooking, grazing etc. The best season to visit this valley is during the monsoons in July & August when the countless flowers in bloom present a breathtakingly spectacular sight.
Valley Of Flowers (3kms From Ghangaria) : It is nearly 5 Kms. This is a unique world of flowers-innocent, delicate and beautiful, that appear to smile back at you.
Thus the place got the name "Badri van", meaning "forest of berries".
Legend dates the temple prior to the Vedic age, though the present temple is believed to have been established by Adi guru shankaracharya.
In this valley of flowers, one is compelled to marvel at nature's divine beauty.