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Karnaprayag Sangam – Confluence of Alaknanda and Pinder

Karnaprayag Sangam

Karnaprayag is one of the holy towns in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It is the 3rd panch prayag of Uttarakhand. It is located at a distance of 10 Km from Gauchar town on the Badrinath route. Karnaprayag Sangam is the place where 2 holy rivers of Uttarakhand meet with each other, which are Alaknanda River and the Pinder River.

Karna the bigger brother of Pandavas meditated here and there is a famous Karna temple in Karnaprayag that you can consider visiting. Karnaprayag sangam is the holy confluence of river Alaknanda and Pindari river. The Panch Prayag yatra has religious importance, it is considered a holy yatra and a crucial achievement with reference to an individual’s personal spiritual progress.

The panch prayag yatra is encompassed around a route that includes 5 halts of Uttarakhand which are known as Panch Prayag, which are – Vishnuprayag, Nandprayag, Karnaprayag, Rudraprayag and Sonprayag.

The Karnaprayag is one of the 5 prayags which is a very holy place that a Hindu must visit. It is one of the 5 confluences of the river Alaknanda and Pinder rivers. The holy town is located on the Badrinath route. The valley is surrounded by beautiful green hills.

Karnaprayag Sangam is one of the best places to see in Karnaprayag. Every day, hundreds of students and other people visit Karnaprayag Sangam and do photoshoots here, enjoying their free time with their loved ones.

If you are in Karnaprayag then you must visit Karnaprayag Sangam. It is the perfect location for peace, enjoying the views of rivers Alaknanda and Pinder meeting with each other, do photography and videography here. Whenever I visit Karnaprayag I visit the Sangam and it makes my mind at peace, this location is best for content creators.

It is very easy to reach Karnaprayag Sangam the location is just nearby the NH7 Badrinath highway Karnaprayag Chamoli. It is just a walking distance away, also there is an ancient Shiva temple at Sangam you must visit there also.

Read our guide on how to reach Karnaprayag

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