World's highest Shiva Temple surrounded by snow and clouds - Tungnath

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After inspiring Photo Journey about Travel Selfies, Varun Chaudhury shares about World's highest Shiva Temple surrounded by snow and clouds. Tungnath is world's highest Shiva Temple. It's also one of the 5 Panch Kedars. Temple surrounded by white cover of snow looks more beautiful. It's located in Rudraprayag district of Uttrakhand state of India. 

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It's a brilliant experience of walking & trekking around the temple. Especially when it's all covered with snow. Tungnath is one of the popular trekking destinations in Uttrakhand state of India. Apart from Tungnath, the other 4 kedars are - Kedarnath, Rudranath, Madhyamaheshwar and Kalpeshwar. 

Comments

Inspiring and splendid photos, provoking me to keep it on the of my travel list.
Sri Kri said…
Must be a lovely experience for sure.Great shots.:)

Cheers,
Sriram & Krithiga
Arun said…
Looks beautiful!
D.Nambiar said…
Wow! that must be something -- being a high-altitude temple and having snow and all that. Awesome pics.
Ami said…
Amazing pictures. Seems like a place that I will enjoy
Ohh yes Janak. Thanks to Varun for inspiring us to visit such beautiful places.
Yes. And its a wonderful place for folks who like hiking n trekking
Ami - and you can also create equally better photographs there.

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