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'Gangotri' - 11 Video Result(s)

'Gangotri' - 66 News Result(s)

  • Chardham Yatra Begins Tomorrow

    Chardham Yatra Begins Tomorrow

    Closed for nearly six months, the shrines of Uttarakhand - better known as the Chardham - will re-open for pilgrims this coming week. While Yamnotri, Gangotri and Kedarnath open tomorrow (May 9), Badrinath will open on May 11.

  • Gangotri Glacier Getting Less Snowfall, Higher Temperatures

    Gangotri Glacier Getting Less Snowfall, Higher Temperatures

    A research shows that the health of the majestic Gangotri glacier that feeds the river Ganges has been affected, as the maximum temperature in the region has shot up by 0.9 degree Celsius and snowfall reduced by 37 cm annually.

  • Gates of Badrinath Shrine to Close for Winter Break on November 17

    Gates of Badrinath Shrine to Close for Winter Break on November 17

    Gates of the famous Badrinath shrine will be closed for devotees from November 17, ending this year's 'Char Dham' yatra

  • Hemkund Sahib Closure Ushers End of This Year's Char Dham Yatra

    Hemkund Sahib Closure Ushers End of This Year's Char Dham Yatra

    Hemkund Sahib, the Sikh place of worship in Uttarakhand, announced its closure today with the onset of winters.

  • Char Dham Yatra to Begin in Uttarakhand Today

    Char Dham Yatra to Begin in Uttarakhand Today

    Amid frequent rains and snowfall in Uttarakhand, the annual Char Dham Yatra will begin today, with the opening of the gates of Gangotri and Yamunotri shrines on the auspicious occasion of "Akshaya Tritiya".

  • Rain Fury Continues in Uttarakhand, Rivers Flowing Near Danger Mark

    Rain Fury Continues in Uttarakhand, Rivers Flowing Near Danger Mark

    Incessant rain continued to lash many districts in the hill state of Uttarakhand overnight resulting in more landslides. After a fresh weather alert, the state government has suspended the 'chaar dhaam yatra' till Saturday as all roads leading to the Himalayan shrines of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamnotri and Gangotri are blocked.

  • Heavy Rain, Landslides in Uttarakhand Halt 'Chaar Dhaam' Yatra

    Heavy Rain, Landslides in Uttarakhand Halt 'Chaar Dhaam' Yatra

    Uttarakhand rain: Heavy rain and landslides have once again disrupted the 'chaar dhaam yatra' in the hill state of Uttarakhand with all roads leading to the Himalayan shrines of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamnotri and Gangotri blocked.

  • Two snow leopards sighted at Gangotri National Park

    Two snow leopards sighted at Gangotri National Park

    Two snow leopards, an endangered species, have been spotted at the Gangotri National Park in Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi district.

  • Spiritual group vows to clean up Ganga in five years

    Spiritual group vows to clean up Ganga in five years

    A Hardiwar-based spiritual group has said it will clean the entire Ganges river over a period of five years. As a fortnight-long clean-up programme ended in Haridwar, the Gayatri Pariwar announced its decision to spruce up the 2,525-km long river, from Gangotri in Uttarakhand to Gangasagar in West Bengal.

  • Uttarakhand: No visitors to Valley of Flowers this season

    Uttarakhand: No visitors to Valley of Flowers this season

    On World Tourism Day, tourist haven Uttarakhand has little to celebrate. The incessant rain and flash floods in June has had its adverse effect on tourism industry in the state at large and three months on, there are only a few brave souls making it to Kedarnath, Gangotri and Badrinath - among the four holy places of Uttarakhand - which have been r...

  • 5360 missing in Uttarakhand, fresh rains claim 11 lives

    5360 missing in Uttarakhand, fresh rains claim 11 lives

    The Uttarakhand government on Wednesday put the number of missing people in last month's tragedy at 5360 and announced that pilgrimage to Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri shrines will resume by September 30, even as fresh rains pounded several parts of the state and claimed 11 lives.

  • Uttarakhand: Locals in Gangotri and Harsil turn heroes

    Uttarakhand: Locals in Gangotri and Harsil turn heroes

    As efforts to rescue the stranded people are going on, villagers in the flood affected region have also come to the rescue of the victims and helped save several lives.

  • Uttarakhand: Thousands still stranded, see over-view

    Nearly 6,500 people remain stranded in Uttarakhand; overnight rain and landslides have hit rescue operation. Helicopters have not been able to fly this morning, and landslides late on Sunday night have blocked major routes that were being used to evacuate people by foot.

  • Uttarakhand: Thousands still stranded, see over-view

    Uttarakhand: Thousands still stranded, see over-view

    Nearly 15,000 people remain stranded in Uttarakhand; the return of bad weather is impeding rescue operations. Helicopters have not been able to fly this morning, and landslides late on Sunday night have blocked major routes that were being used to evacuate people by foot.

  • Uttarakhand: 50,000 still stranded, see today's over-view

    Uttarakhand: 50,000 still stranded, see today's over-view

    Days after Uttarakhand was pounded by landslides and torrential rain, 50,000 people are still stranded. The government said today that 207 people have been found dead and warned that the death toll could rise dramatically as flood waters recede and rescue workers reach isolated areas.

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