Yamunotri as the name itself suggests is derived from one of the most holy rivers of India the Yamuna. Being the first point amongst the four dhams, it is believed that taking a holy dip in Yamunotri rids the devotees of their sins washes away the evil deeds. Besides this, there is a temple of historic significance which was built by the king of Tehri in the year 1839. It houses the idol and also of Goddess Yamuna in the form of black marble idol and also of Ganga Devi in white stone by the side of Yamuna.
29-11-2019: Yamunotri Char Dham, Uttarakhand A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782201918 Category: Stamps
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Yamunotri Char Dham, Uttarakhand
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