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Our trip to Badrinath from Hyderabad by Car


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Day 1:

Leave from Hyderabad in early hours to escape city traffic.

 

Hyderabad -> Nirmal -> Nagpur -> Chinndhwara -> Sagar

Breakfast Stop: Outskirts of Nirmal: https://goo.gl/maps/vuQhtvGfweht4Uej6

Lunch stop: Outskirts of Nagpur: https://goo.gl/maps/TxaVYDixuDBeFKHk8

Snacks stop: Outskirts of Nagpur Chinndhwara: https://goo.gl/maps/d1WpPKSrRQSQscacA

Night halt & Dinner: Sagar : https://goo.gl/maps/kGnLs6MuJp1Ys3Dt6 (Price 1500-2500)

 

Day 2:

 

Sagar -> Jhansi -> Gwalior -> Agra

 

Breakfast at hotel in Sagar

Lunch: Outskirts of Jhansi: https://goo.gl/maps/6Nvft4HsgSgiL5Mf9

Night halt & Dinner : Agra: https://g.page/hotelalleviate?share (Price 1000-3000)

 

Day 3:

 

Visit Fathepur sikri, then Agra fort and Taj Mahal

 

Day 4:

Start early from Agra

 

Agra -> Ghaziabad -> Meerut -> Haridwar -> Rishikesh

 

Breakfast: Meerut Bypass: https://goo.gl/maps/rr3TuV3bUKgo1rR7A

Check into hotel for lunch: https://goo.gl/maps/2hybyvuSNqCYRFTg8 (Also, you will have many other options to stay in rishikesh)

 

After lunch, Visit Rishikesh: Ram Jhula, Lakshman Jhula, Ashrams.

 

By night we left to Rishikesh for night stay: https://goo.gl/maps/2hybyvuSNqCYRFTg8 (Chinna Jeeyar Mutt) (Also, you will have many other options to stay in rishikesh)

 

Day 5:

 

We left from Rishikesh by 5:00 Am.

By 7:00 we have reached Devprayag where we took a dip in sangam and then visited Shri Neelamegha perumal temple.

After visit we had breakfast using a camping stove.

 

We have left from Devprayag by 10:00.

 

Devprayag -> Rudraprayg -> Joshimath -> Badrinath

 

We have reached Badrinath by night (We have crossed joshimath by 5:00PM. So, as we took more care for our drive from here it took us 3 hours more to reach Badrinath)

 

Place to stay in Badrinath: https://goo.gl/maps/BpKVDBJCbVxoZfeZ6 (Chinnajeeyar mutt is behind this Sthupam) (Also, you will have many options to stay in Badrinath)

 

Day 6:

 

My parents went to Brahma Kapal for Pindadaan.

 

For Pindadaan at Badrinath: You have to go to brahmakapal, take a ticket from there and come to temple to take prasad for Pindadaan. No need to take any tension for this. Just have a dip in Tapth kund (As, we dont have geyser facility in Chinna Jeeyar mutt).

 

Then we have visited temple and came back to mutt for lunch.

 

After lunch we went to visit charan Padukas. From Charan Paduka we have reached directly to temple for vishnusahasranama seva.

 

Then we reacehd back to room for dinner.

 

Day 6:

 

Visit to Mana and trek to vasudhara waterfalls. Trek to Vasudhara falls took us around 5hrs. By afternoon we have started from Badrinath.

 

Badrinath -> Pandukeswar -> Joshimath -> Rudraprayag

 

Places visited enroute

 

Joshimath: Narsing Mandir

 

Night halt at Rudraprayag: https://goo.gl/maps/bmnF7CE7RbMNdsYG7

 

Day 7:

 

Rudraprayg -> Rishikesh -> Haridwar

 

Visited Haridwar: Mansadevi mandir, Chandidevi mandir, Har ki pauri

 

Night halt at Haridwar: https://goo.gl/maps/QxVwgdxyYsvQJ3s2A

 

Day 8:

 

Left from Haridwar in early hours

 

Haridwar -> Meerut -> Mathura

 

We have visited Vrindavan and Mathura

 

Night halt at Mathura: https://g.page/brijwasiroyal?share

 

Day 9:

 

Today we have visited Govardhan and Gokul

 

Night we have visited temple once again and had night halt at Mathura: https://g.page/brijwasiroyal?share

 

Day 10:

 

We have left Mathura by 3:00 AM

 

Mathura -> Gwalior -> Jhansi -> Sagar 

 

Night halt at Sagar in the same place where we have visited before.

 

Day 11:

 

Also we have started from Sagar after breakfast.

 

Sagar -> Nagpur -> Nirmal -> Hyderabad

 

By night 2:00 AM we have reached back to our home

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Wow, this is one heck of a road trip you have done. Thanks a lot for sharing the details well with the location pins.
How well were the places you’ve stayed sanitised during these tough situations?

More information on the road conditions of the routes you’ve taken will be more helpful.. Thank you for sharing! Cheers 

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13 hours ago, sagar said:

How well were the places you’ve stayed sanitised during these tough situations? 

 

We went there in September. We felt that the rooms were well sanitized. We mostly preferred to stay in dharamshalas instead of hotels. As we didn't find any good dharamshala in Rudraprayag and Agra we opted for hotel. Coming to the case of Mathura a lot of Dhramshalas are available in Vrindavan which is far away from Krishna Janmabhoomi of Mathura. So, we have opted for the hotel nearer to Shri Krishna Janmasthan. So, we have visited temple thrice during our visit to Mathura. While coming to Sagar, the hotel is few meters away from the highway. There was no need to take more diversion from highway. Instead we made it our main route.

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Very nice details and very helpful. How was the road condition through out ?

The roads were smooth throughout?

Any GHAT section in this route where we need to be extra careful?

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BORNDRIVER

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4 hours ago, BORNDRIVER said:

Very nice details and very helpful. How was the road condition through out ?

The roads were smooth throughout?

Any GHAT section in this route where we need to be extra careful?

Regards
BORNDRIVER

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Till Meerut it was smooth. We tried very hard to escape the traffic of Delhi. So, from Yamuna expressway we take diversion to catch delhi meerut expressway. There I found road conditions were ok. But due to traffic we faced a little problem. After leaving Meerut bypass, we drove for around one hour and ghats got started. Till Rudraprayag ghats are good. Till Rishikesh we were careful in ghats. After rishikesh the ghats will go along Ganga River and roads are very narrow. So, you have to be 2X careful till Rudraprayag. After Rudraprayag Ghats became even narrower till Joshimath. Here we were 5X careful while driving. After Vishnuprayag, I found roads were more dangerous. So, in Vishnuprayag, we were very very careful and we were very slow in our pace. Also, it was dusky when we crossed Joshimath. As, the next day pindadaan was very important for our parents (fell on the same day of death anniversary of my grandparents), we tried to reach Badrinath (my husband was pretty confident while driving, but I was so frightened). But my call was, its better to stay at joshimath or Pipalkoti, if you are not in urgency to reach Badrinath.

 

Remaining route I didn't find any difficulty and we were having 3 drivers in our batch we didn't find any difficulty to travel long distances in one day. 

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