The Holy River Ganges is the most sacred river in the Hindu religion. Gaumukh ( Cow’s mouth) from where the Ganges originates is one of the holiest places for Hindu pilgrims who come here to witness the birth of Mother Ganges. True or not Gaumukh with its icicle Gangotri glacier is a challenge for every trekker and adventurer, most of who like to go beyond the Gaumukh point to camp right at the base of The Shivling Peak from where one also gets to see a magnificient view of Bhagirathi Peaks. The beautiful meadows of Tapovan is a delight to visit as you have the Shivling peak (6,543 m) – the Matterhorn of India, rising high on one side flanked by Meru and Kedardome and the peaks of Bhagirathi on the other side.
One of the most impressive alpine meadows located in Uttarakhand, the Uttarakhand Himalaya ranges are the most impressive part of the Himalayan valleys.
"Gaumukh" is where the water of Ganges trickles down from the glaciers. The sages called it "Gaumukh", because in the distant past, it probably appeared like a cow’s mouth, though today it is no longer appears so. It is the source of river Ganges. An arduous trek along the Gaumukh glacier leads to the scenic beauty of Nandanvan-the base camp of Bhagirathi peaks, which offers a panoramic view of the surrounding Shivaling peak. Meadows that encircle the base of Shivling peak.
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