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    Guptakashi 


    One of the most popular temples of Guptkashi is Vishwanath Temple. The presided deity of the temple is Lord Shiva in form of Lord Vishwanath meaning 'Lord of the Universe'.The temple is made out of regional stones and the tower is adorned with a wooden frame. In fact it resembles a lot to the kasha Vishwanath in Varanasi.

    Situated on the left side of Vishwanath Temple, Ardhanarishwar Temple is also dedicated to Lord Shiva. The presiding idol in the temple is actually half man and half women presenting Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Beside the fascinating idol, one will find the symbol of Swastika.

    Gaurikund is a very sacred place located 34 km from Guptkashi. In fact it is also a point from where the 14km trek begins for Kedarnath. As per the legends, it is believed that in Gaurikund, Lord Shiva agreed to marry Goddess Parvati and hence the place is named after here.