Badrinath It is one of the most sacred towns in the Hindu religion, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and is situated in the Chamoli district. Badrinath temple is located at the height of 10,279 ft. It is the only temple among the four Char Dham which is nestled in the Himalayas and encircled by snow-clad mountains. Badrinath is nestled between the Nar and Narayan mountain ranges in the shadow of the Nilkantha peak. Badrinath amazes you in every moment with its turquoise lakes, holy ponds, and water bodies.

  Dwarka Dwarka is widely known as the city of Lord Krishna, a hub of Ancient temples and beautiful beaches. This temple town is settled on the bank of the Gomti River in the western land of the Indian state of Gujarat. It is one of the most significant sacred destinations in India. Being one of the sacred shrines in the Bada Char Dham Circuit, this holy place is soaked in spirituality. The aura of Dwarka attracts thousands of devotees from every corner of the world to indulge in holy worship.

 Puri It is one of the most popular and holy cities in Odisha. This city is well known for the veneration of Jagganath, which is one of many names of Lord Krishna. Moreover, it is famous for being the only holy place with the most prominent goddesses like Lakshmi, Durga, Sati, Parvati, and Shakti. The chariot festival is celebrated in Puri, and it is also called Rath yatra. This Chariot Procession is being taken from the famed Jagannath Temple to Shri Gundicha Temple and covers a 3 km distance.

 Rameshwaram Rameshwaram is one of the most sacred places in India that embraces followers of Lord Shiva from everywhere to visit the Jyotirlinga installed in the Ramanathaswamy Temple. Settled in Ramanathapuram district, the town is a fraction of Pamban Island. It is also identified as Rameshwaram Island staying connected with the legendary temple, which is formed in the spectacular Dravidian style of architecture. The island is settled at the point of the Indian peninsula and linked to the Indian mainland by Pamban Bridge on Pamban Channel in the Gulf of Mannar.