Badrinath Puja Rates

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Rates for Badrinath aarti, puja rituals and Path (all the prices are given in INR):

Badrinath TempleThe darshan for the presiding deity of Badri Vishal is free for everyone no matter the caste, creed or religion. No tax depending on the philosophy is levied. However in case you want to get some special puja ritual / aarti or path done then some amount will be paid by you to the temple treasury and you will be provided with a receipt which will be issued to you by a temple employee. The money that is received by the temple administration is put to use by them towards the welfare of the pilgrims and devotees along with some amount being used in maintenance work.

The morning puja starts early in the morning at 4:30 am and lasts till 6:30 am. Given below are the rates for various different puja rituals:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Maha Abhishek Puja (Per Person)4,300/-
Abhishek Puja (Per Person)4,101/-
The afternoon puja rituals commence at 6:30 am till 12 noon and the next batch starts at 3 pm and lasts till 6 pm. Given below are the rates for the paths:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Ved Path2,100/-
Geeta Path2,500/-
Here are the rates for the special puja rituals performed at Badrinath Dham:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Shrimad Bhagwat Saptah Path35,101/-
Puja for an entire day for 1 Person11,700/-
The evening aarti and Path lasts from 6 pm to 9 pm. Here are the ratings for this Aarti:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Swarna Aarti (Per Person)376/-
Vishnu Sahasranamam Path (Per Person)456/-
Kapoor Aarti (Per Person)
Shayan Aarti (Per Person)3,100/-
Here are the ratings for the puja rituals or bhog and Akhand Jyoti which takes place every day:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Akhand Jyoti Annual4,951/-
Ghrit Kambal ghee on the day of closing
Ghee for Deepak on the day of closing3,511/-
One day oil for Akhand Jyoti1,451/-
If you want to conduct some special puja ritual during a specific special occasion then here are the rates:
Puja Name:INR Rates:
Bhagwan Nar – Narayan Janmotsav (in the month of Srawan)4,951/-
Shravan Abhishek11,701/-
Shri Krishna Janmashtami Utsav10,551/-
Note: Other offerings include giving money to the temple for its maintenance and renovation work which is prices 1001/- and above.

Temple Timings:

The temple opens up early in the morning at 4:30 am when the morning rituals of the temple commences. The darshan then continues on, uninterrupted, till 1 pm. The temple is closed off for a short recess from 1 pm to 4 pm in the afternoon. After 4 pm the darshan commences again before finally closing off for the day at 9 pm at night, after the final aarti of the day is completed.

Opening and Closing Dates:

Opening Dates: The gates of Badrinath dham are opened up each year for darshan to the devotees either during the end of April or the beginning of May. The dates for the opening is announced during the holy occasion of Basant Panchmi and the presiding deity of Badrinath Ji is brought to the main dham shrine from its winter home with great enthusiasm and zeal.

Closing Dates: The closing of the temple kapat is announced during the auspicious eve of Vijayadashami each year. Right before the zealous closing ceremony takes place and the idol for the presiding deity is shifted to its winter abode, the head priest lights up an Akhand Jyoti with illuminates the entire insides of the temple.

We hope that this information comes in handy to your future plans of visiting this iconic and vibrant dham.

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