Char Dham

Char Dham, Solophok Namchi

"CHARDHAM" Pilgrimage cum Cultural Centre, at Solophok Hill - 5 kms from Namchi`Sikkim is a replica of the actual Chardham. It has been built, in such a manner, so as to bring "Chardham" - India's Four geographically differently located Pilgrimages, together at one Place.This Monumental project has a 108 feet high statue of Lord Shiva sitting, right at the top surrounded by the replica of his Twelve Temples known as Twelve Lingas, which are spread all over India.

Built directly in front of Lord Shiva's statue will be the replica of the four most revered Hindu Temples - the "Chardham". These four Dhams are as 1) Sri Badrinath at North, 2) Sri Dwarka at West, 3) Sri Jaganathpuri at East and 4) Sri Rameshwaram at South of India.

A Statue of Lord Kriteshwara and A Replica of Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is planned in the front side of the Centre. Lord Kriteshwara was an incarnation of Lord Shiva during the time of Mahabharata.

Musical fountain along with Ganga Vithi will add to the splendor of the place, in tune with transcendental music.

link http://sikkiminfo.tk/temples.html

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Updated: 16/10/2014


Tags: char dham; south sikkim; namchi; solofok; tourist place; temple; hill station
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