Kedarnath is situated at a stature of 3,581 m above ocean level, at the head of Mandakini River. This sanctuary of Kedarnath was built in eighth century and is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas and Panch Kedars of Lord Shiva.While looking for apology subsequent to executing the Kauravas, Lord Shiva camouflaged himself to escape acknowledgment from the Pandavas.
At the point when Lord Shiva jumped into the ground, a protuberance was left, which is presently revered in the sanctuary. It is additionally trusted that the sanctuary has been developed by the Pandavas. The insides of the sanctuary are cut withâ pictures and the icon of Nandi bull is put at the passage of the sanctuary.