and was visited by Mahadeva, Rama and Pandavas.
Dropati and five Pandavas also visited this holy place.
One by one, the Pandavas died on the way.
One day the Pandavas and Kauravas went into the forest hunting.
The Pandavas go to embrace their uncle and give their respects.
So the Pandavas were only five and the Kauravas were hundred.
Soon after her fast completion, Pandavas got free of all problems.
According to legends, Pandavas spent some time in their ignorance here.
Lord Shiva kept avoiding them as he knew that Pandavas were guilty.
The sons of the Pandavas have also been all done to death.
People said,“The Pandavas died, went to devaloka, and transformed themselves into gods.
The news spread like wildfire, that overnight,“the Pandavas have raised a city.”.
The Kauravas and Pandavas of the Hastinapur royal family were the next
soldiers that are marveling at the battlefield between the Kauravas and Pandavas.
Many believe that the Pandavas brothers rested for some time during their captivity.
It is believed that Pandavas stay here in their 13 years of exile.
According to Hindu mythology, during the Mahabharatha war, the Pandavas killed their relatives;
From Guptakashi(Rudraprayag), the Pandavas went ahead they reached Gaurikund in the Himalayas valleys.
The Pandavas held influence over the region after the battle of the Mahabharata
It is said that the Pandavas lived in hiding at Mankar during their agyatbasa.
It is believed that the Pandavas also lived in this part of the country.
It is belief that five Pandavas also contributed in the erection of this temple.
According to mythology, this is the place where the Pandavas spent a few moments.
As per the rules, the Pandavas was asked to serve 13 years in exile.
The Pandavas had doubted that Lord Shiva is
present in the flock of these animals.
From Guptakashi(Rudraprayag), the Pandavas went ahead till they reached Gaurikund in the Himalayan valleys.
On the 14th day, the Pandavas retaliated with all their might
and fury--holding nothing back.
From Guptakashi(Rudraprayag), the Pandavas went ahead till they reached Gaurikund in the Himalayas valleys.
It is believed that the Pandavas had lived here for some time during their exile.
It is believed that Pandavas had spent some time at this place during their journey.