Lying at the juncture of River Alaknanda and River Mandakini, Rudraprayag is a sacrosanct spot viewed as one of the Panch Prayags and place of extraordinary religious centrality. Settled in Uttarakhand, this lovely town is loaded with puzzling appeal and the divine vibes that will soothe your senses.
Offering breathtaking perspectives and entrancing all-encompassing vistas, the town brags of being honoured by Mother Nature in its full brilliance.
The town gets its name from the Hindu divinity Lord Shiva who is said to have shown up at the place as Lord Rudra.
Rudraprayag is sprinkled with a few antiquated sanctuaries and fills in as an entryway to two noteworthy journeys of Kedarnath and Badrinath, offering its guests an encompassing of quietness and peacefulness.
Voyagers likewise get captivated by its common stunning excellence and enchanting scenes. Travellers and devotees run this spot in enormous number looking for divinity and nature's magnificence.
Other places to visit in Prayag are Augustmuni, Chopta, Sonprayag, Jakholi, Gaurikund, Guptakashi and Rudranath Temple.