Rudraprayag Is Derived From the Sanskrit Word Rudra Which Is One Of The Aspect Of Hindu God, Lord Shiva. Epics Stated, The Blue God Appears here To bless the Maharishi Narad Muni, that Is the reason why travelers see the lots of temples of Lord Shiva. The Rudraprayag is the one of Panch Prayag or Sangam where Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers are met. Rudraprayag Is One of The Significant Destiny of Char Dham Pilgrim route and also the Place Is Located Near To the Kedarnath Dham And Badrinath Dham. The various Pilgrimages sites are popular within the city attracting the large number of tourist every year.
Accessibility: At a distance of 142 kms from Rishikesh, 165 kms from Hardwar, 182 kms from Dehradun, 378 kms from delhi, 181 kms from Dehradun railway station, 157 kms from the nearest airport.
The Major Tourist attractions in Rudraprayag includes the Koteshwar Temple, Agatsyamuni, Guptkashi, Ukhimath, Gaurikund, Son Prayag, Triyuginarayan, Panch Kedar, Kedarnath, Vasuki Tal, Madmaheshwar, Tungnath, Basukedar, Kartik Swami, Chamunda Devi Temple and so on.