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A Miracle on Earth

In Narad tapt Kund you will find Hot Sulphur water where pilgrims take a bath in hot water in such... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Haresh K
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Mumbai, India
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Holy bathing

Tapt kund is holy hot water spring , situated just before Sri Badrinath temple entrance. Water is... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2018
pckimothi
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Dehradun, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In Narad tapt Kund you will find Hot Sulphur water where pilgrims take a bath in hot water in such a freezing atmosphere. And just next to it is river flowing with ice cold water. What a difference in just a few feet away. It...More

Thank Haresh K
Reviewed 20 October 2018

Tapt kund is holy hot water spring , situated just before Sri Badrinath temple entrance. Water is collected in pond and people used to dip in the pond. Before entering in the pond , PEOPLE MUST CHECK TEMPERATURE of water.Generally in the morning its bearable.For...More

Thank pckimothi
Reviewed 6 October 2018

Located at the base of the Badrinath Temple, these naturally occurring hot springs is a bonus of visiting the temple. The authorities have provisioned separate areas women & men for taking a dip into the nearly boiling natural water.

1  Thank soummo1472
Reviewed 3 October 2018

Situated below Badrinath mandir, Hot water comes automatically and all took devotional bath in this water. it is easy to locate and bucket and mugs are available on rent. i pool is also maintained in which you can took bath along with other people.

Thank Vinay S
Reviewed 18 September 2018

In chardharm yatra main venturesome & unkempt road in Kedarnath yatra, and usually pilgrims are starts from Kedarnath and second is Badrinath. Out of chardham only Badrinath you may reach by motorcar hence it is the most crowded area for all time. The Badrinath temple...More

Thank SubirChandra
Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile

Great to have a dip in tapt kund before doing the Balidarpan. It was a nice experience altogether. Please do not miss it

Thank Baburajnair
Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

Near to temple.must take bath before visiting temple.take mug otherwise on rent bucket.separate both for men n women

Thank 121prem
Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

It is a pond of hot water. It is pleasant to take bath in the cool climate of Badrinath. In front of this pond, there is also another hot water pond. The water of this pond is more hot than Tapt kind. We can not...More

Thank yatratri
Reviewed 26 June 2018

When you come down from the Badrinath temple, you can see this Hot water spring where most of the devotees take bath before entering the temple to get refresh themselves,.the water temp. is around 50 degrees C .

Thank kasanadivenkatesha
Reviewed 23 June 2018

Just below the Badrinath temple a sulfur spring water flows where most of the devotees take bath before entering the temple,there is two separate place for males and females to take bath.Its better not to take pictures people taking bath in holy hot water spring.

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praanu
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Response from nikhil0210 | Reviewed this property |
easy as sulfur water is hot enough to cook food that boils fast and on less heat.
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