Dham means residence or home and Char is the Hindi numerical that means four. Char Dham Yatra is the tour to four most revered Hindu pilgrimage spots or the voyage to the four places where the God resides. In the Hindu philosophy and myths, the expedition is the easiest way to attain nirvana and to get rid of sins.
In India, devotees go for the two Chardham Yatra. The one voyage comprises of the expedition of the four religious and philosophical centres created by Adi Guru (sacred teacher) Shri Shankaracharya. The budget Chardham holiday packages for this voyage consists of visiting Badrinath, Dwaraka, Puri and Rameswaram. These four sites are the four sacred places for the Vaishnav devotes. The Chardham Yatra is open throughout the year excluding Badrinath. Nestled amidst the lap of Himalaya in Uttrakhand, the door to Badrinath is closed in winter due to heavy snowfall and inhuman condition for the tour.
The other transcript leads the devotees to the four highly Hindu sacred places in the lap of Himalaya. Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath in Uttarakhand are called Chota Charm Dham because of the less distance of the voyage. Tourists from all over the world get the cheapest Chardham holiday packages and explore these four places along with the fascinating landscapes, hills, snow-capped mountains and the many rivers along the way including the holy Rivers Ganga and Yamuna. The Chota Chardham Yatra is available only in summer from April to July.