Best time to visit:- March to June


"Devprayag" is a small town situated in Tehri Garhwal district in the state of Uttarakhand. Apart from that some of its area comes under Pauri Garhwal District. It is also a Nagar Panchayat and a division of Panch Prayag. Devprayag is the last prayag of River Alaknanda, and is located on the Rishikesh-Badrinath highway. It is around 2,265 ft high above the sea level. Religiously, the site is very sacred and of immense significance among the Hindu followers. Tourist, saints, pundits and munies visit the temple throughout the year from across the country. It is also hugely blessed with natural beauty.

Weather Details :

Summer:   29 Degree Celsius
Winter:   04 Degree Celsius
Monsoon:   18 Degree Celsius

Main Attractions: -

Suspension Bridges in Devprayag: Is one of the captivating places of interest in Devprayag. Suspension bridges are built over the popular rivers of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda. One can see the whole town of Devprayag from these bridges. Tourists also come to such bridges to have fresh air and also enjoy seeing the flowing water of the rivers.

Chandrabadni Temple in Devprayag: This is one of the divine temple of Devprayag. The shrine is devoted to Goddess of Power. Inside of the temple there is a carved statue of Goddess Sati at the holy place. An iron Trishul fixed outside of the shrine as well. Hindu Mythos accordingly, the upper part of Goddess Sati was fell down at this area and the weapons of Sati scattered at the place.

Raghunath Temple in Devprayag: It is one of the most revered temples in Tehri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand state. The shrine is devoted to Lord Rama. The shrine also houses carved figures of Goddess Sita and Lakshman. Tourist can see the mixture of Buddhist and South Indian architectural designs on the walls of the temple. The current look of the shrine was developed by Maharaj Gulab Singh in 1835. During the ancient time the temple was first made by Lord Rama.

Dashrath shila Temple in Devprayag: Is a popular Hindu shrine of Devprayag and is believed that King Dashrath, father of Lord Rama, performed penance at the site. The shrine is located on the banks of a small water stream, Shanta, which is named after the daughter of King Dashratha. There is a small hillock in proximity which is believed to be the throne of King Dashrath.

Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple in Devprayag: Is a famous temple of Pauri that exhibits Hindu renaissance of the 8th century. The historic shrine is believed to have been set up by Adi Sankaracharya, founder of Advaita Vedanta. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of the temple, who is accompanied by his consort, Goddess Parvati. The temple also enshrines idols of Ganapati and Kartikeya.From the temple premises, tourists can have a view of the entire town and snow-clad Himalayan peaks. Alaknanda Valley in the backdrop grabs attention of visitors.


How to Reach Devprayag

By Air:- The nearest airport is Dehradun, which is 183 kilometers away from Devprayag. From the airport you can hire a privet car or can take the bus to reach there.

By Road:- Devprayag is well connected with all major cities of India via Uttarakhand State Road Transport Corporation (UKSRTC) and some private bus services.

By Train:- The nearest railway station is Rishikesh; it is a small railway station and not connected with any major trains. The nearest major railway station is Haridwar which is well connected with all major cities of India.


Shopping in Devprayag, It is most popular pilgrimage destination for Hindu, Devprayag has numerous shops by Cooperation by Govt. of Uttarakhand, they offers items such as Medicines, Wooden Crafts, Handicrafts, Spiritual items, worship items, Woolen trousers, jackets and aromatic sticks.