A heavenly town embellished with the numerous old sanctuaries and accepted to be a piece of epic Mahabharata, is a place called Guptkashi. Arranged 47 km before Kedarnath, the holiest holy place of Lord Shiva, this town is gave with extraordinary religious noteworthiness. It is roosted at a rise of 1319m over the ocean level lodging two old sanctuaries in particular Vishwanath Temple devoted to Lord Shiva and Ardhnareshwar Temple.
Manikarnik Kund is another prominent goal in the town. Actually Guptkashi fills in as an ideal stopover for those flying out to Kedarnath. The astonishing climate, lavish green backwoods and enrapturing perspectives of Chaukhmaba Range alongside its rich past and legacy, the town is a healthy bundle for excursion producers.