The natural wonders in the Central Himalayan region have been identified as manifestations of the Gods themselves, or of places where mythical events took place. In the backdrop of this, four Himalayan sites came to be known as undisputed important shrines for Hindus. Named as 'Char Dham' (four seats), they have been the most important Hindu pilgrimage centers which have been visited by devout Hindus for ages. The circuit consists of four sites: Yamunotri, the source of the Yamuna river and seat of Goddess Yamuna; Gangotri, the source of the Ganges river and seat of Goddess Ganga; Kedarnath, where a form of the Hindu God Shiva is acclaimed as one of the twelve jyotiling; and Badrinath, the seat of the Hindu God Vishnu. Experience the divinity and mysticism of these sacred shrines as we take you on a journey to the Abode of Gods.