Bhavisya Badri :

Bhavishya Badri Temple is a famous ancient temple of Lord Vishnu and is part of the Panch Badri circuit. It is situated 17kms from Joshimath in the village Subhain of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand. It is perched at anelevation of 2744m between the dense forests and can only be reached by trekking.There is a beautiful water spring in Bhavishya Badri and the place has many Cedar trees.

Bhavishya Badri as the name suggests is the “future abode of Lord Vishnu”. According to mythology, when sage Shri Adi Shankaracharya took Badri Vishal from Tapt Kund, a celestial announcement was made. According to prophecy, when Kaliyug will befall on mankind, the left hand of idol of Lord Narsingh at Narsingh Temple of Joshimath broke down, the mountains of Nar and Narayan mountains will block the route to Badrinath. When the shrine will become inaccessible, Lord Badri will appear here. After that Lord Vishnu, in his 10th incarnation as Kalki, destroys the world bringing Kaliyug to an end and Satyug will begin again and Badrinath Dham will be re-establish at Bhavishya Badri.

Bhavishya Badri temple was also built by Shri Adi Shankaracharya. Here idol of Lord Vishnu is present in Chaturbhuj Shaligram.It is beyond Tapovan, up the Dhauliganga river and involves a trek of about 3Kms from the motor road. The approach along the Dhauliganga river is stimulating. The name Dhauliganga means (white water) and truly it is a roaring stream which passes through almost perpendicular cliffs on either side, several 100m high and wild in the extreme.

State: Uttarakhand
District: Chamoli
Famous for/as: Pilgrim
Languages: Hindi, Garhwali
Best Season: May – June and Sep – Oct

Near By Locations

Auli Ropeway

Auli Ropeway is the major attraction in Auli offering magnificent and majestic Himalayan views. A highest and longest ropeway in Asia after Gulmarg, Auli cable car covers a distance of 4 kms. Auli cable car also called locally as Gondola and connects Auli with Joshimath. Located at 3010 mtrs above sea level, Auli is best skiing and paragliding destination in India recieving large number of tourist.

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Bhavishya Kedar

Bhavishya Kedar - Future Home of Kedarnath is a small temple in Joshimath dedicated to Lord shiva and Goddess Parvati. Located near the Jyotirmath, Bhavishya Kedar as the name depicts, is believed to be the home of Kedarnath in future. Temple has a small Shivlinga and an image of Parvati. Bhavishya Kedar will be the future home of Kedarnathji. When prophecy about the Badrinath and Bhavishya Badri will become true then Badrinath seat will be at Bhavishya Badri and Kedarnath will be at Bhavishya Kedar.


Kalpavriksha - Divine Tree Kalpavriksha is an old Mulberry tree having a lot of historical, holy and religious significance in India. Located at Joshimath town in Uttarakhand, Kalpavriksha is believed to be 1200 years old and called by name of Kalpatru in mythology. Mysteriously, Kalpavriksha remains evergreen throughout the year and never shed a single leaf by itself. Legends and Hindu scripts also shows a historical storyline about an enchanting and holy tree 'Kalpavriksha'. As per the Hindu scriptures, Adi Jagatguru Shankaracharya sat under this tree and worshiped Lord Shiva in then Jyotimath (now Joshimath). The Shivlinga installed by Shankaracharya has now covered and Jyoteshwar Mahadeo Temple of Lord Shiva is built under the Kalpavriksha.

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February to November

How To Reach


It is well connected with motorable roads and the trip to Bhavishya Badri usually begins from Haridwar/Dehradun passing through Rishikesh-Devprayag–Rudraprayag–Karnaprayag–Joshimath-Saldhar-Bhavishya Badri Temple.


Rishikesh railway station at a distance of nearly 272kms.


: Jolly Grant airport of Dehradun at a distance of nearly 290 kms.