PM Modi’s Kedarnath Cave Retreat: Here’s All You Need To Know About It

You must have seen the picture of PM Narendra Modi meditating inside the cave which is circulating on the internet. If not, you’ve clearly been living under a rock (or maybe inside a cave). Anyway, the emphasis here is on anonymity Kedarnath Cave Because guess what? It’s up for grabs.

Kedarnath temple is set to reopen with a special puja in the morning.

Two caves near the Kedarnath temple have been identified and renovated and work is underway on five more. This is as part of the efforts by the Prime Minister to promote modern cave-life to pilgrims. While one has been named Rudra, the latest discovery where Modi ji meditated has not been named yet. You can also plan to stop at one of the caves during your trip to Kedarnath for an extreme cave experience.

Now on Char Dham Yatra, you can experience that primitive period when our ancestors used to live in caves. Only this time, you will have a bed, butler, phone and Wi-Fi inside the cave to make your stay comfortable to the basic extent. Don’t forget the surreal views of valleys and mountains. It’s easy to meditate when you have such amazing landscape insight. Agreed?

all this inside INR 990,

Earlier, the Kedarnath cave experience was priced at Rs 3000, but GMVN reduced the price to Rs 990 after realizing that it was too high.

The cave is only suitable for one person which makes sense because it’s hard to meditate when someone is breathing down your neck. you can Book your stay at Kedarnath Caves online Through Garhwal Mandal Development Corporation (GMVN) Website,

Sure, staying inside this modern cave is no luxury experience, but who knows, meditating inside the cave might help you achieve nirvana (if that’s what you want). Otherwise, staying in a cave will only interest you as an experience.

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Facts about Kedarnath Cave


Here is some more information about the modern meditation Kedarnath Cave – Rudra that might get you excited to book a stay here.

  • The modern meditation cave is above and beyond 1 km from Dharmasthala.
  • The cave faces the Kedarnath temple and Bhairavnath temple.
  • yes, there are Two power points for charging Your phone because we know how useless life is without a smartphone.
  • Eat Morning tea, breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served inside the cave.
  • there is one telephone For use in emergency situations.
  • you will also have 24 hour attendant At your service.

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Rules of staying in Kedarnath cave


However, there are a few rules that need to be taken seriously before booking Modern Meditation Kedarnath Cave:

  • you will have to report guptkashi 2 days before your departure.
  • You will be allowed to stay inside Kedarnath cave only if you are considered physically healthy. you have to go through that two medical examinations, One in Guptkashi and the other in Kedarnath.
  • Rudra Meditation Cave can be booked at least three days,
  • no refund This facility will be provided if a person cancels the booking or refuses to stay inside the cave.
  • You must submit a single no objection certificate Or self-declaration in a prescribed format at GMVN Kedarnath.

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Best time to visit Kedarnath cave


Kedarnath cave remains open during Chardham Yatra. So, when is the best time to book a stay here May to October, This is also the time of the year when the gates of Char Dham are opened and a large number of pilgrims from all over the world come to seek the blessings of the Lord.

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Opening dates of Kedarnath

Beautiful Kedarnath Temple in the beautiful backdrop of snow covered HimalayasBeautiful Kedarnath Temple in the beautiful backdrop of snow covered Himalayas

Kedarnath is one of the four holy pilgrimage sites that constitute the Char Dham. If you are planning Chardham Yatra then you should know the opening and closing dates of Kedarnath. Kedarnath temple will remain open From 9th May to 29th October, Therefore, you should plan your pilgrimage during these dates.

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Maybe this modern cave is your gateway to ‘good times’, or not. You will realize this only once you stay inside Kedarnath cave. However, one thing is a given, an unreal, one-of-a-kind experience. Think about it, your visit to Char Dham will not only be a spiritual awakening but the cave stay amidst picturesque surroundings will be as beneficial as a much-needed digital detox.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Kedarnath Cave

What is the story behind Kedarnath Temple?

Kedarnath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated in Uttarakhand. It is believed that this temple was built by the Pandavas. Kedarnath cave is situated near the temple.

How was Kedarnath temple saved?

The reason for the survival of Kedarnath temple even after the flood is its strong walls and strong structure. Some part of the temple was damaged during the flood, but the main part was standing upright.

Is Kedarnath a real story?

The love story in the movie Kedarnath is fictional but the flood that is used as the backdrop is a true story.

What is Kedarnath famous for?

Kedarnath is famous as a place in Chardham Yatra.

Is Kedarnath safe?

Yes, it is safe to visit Kedarnath, however you should avoid traveling during monsoon season. Also, take care of your luggage during your visit as there is a huge crowd there.

Why did flood occur in Kedarnath?

Kedarnath got flooded due to heavy rains in Uttarakhand.

Is Kedarnath open yet?

Kedarnath Dham opens for pilgrimages in the month of May. They can visit the temple in this month.

How old is Kedarnath temple?

Kedarnath temple is 3000 years old. It is believed that it was built by the Pandavas.

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