Welcome to Shiv Shakti eco resort

Welcome to Shiv Shakti Eco Resort

Celebrate Life With Nature

Shiv Shakti Eco Resort . It is located at Cultural village Kharsali, surrounded by three sides by lesser Himalaya range . Conveniently located 49 Km. from Barkot town on the Delhi Yamunotri highway, the hotel is easily accessible, our guests will enjoy sweeping vistas of the majestic Garhwal Himalaya .We invite you to come to a place where silence is golden, allowing one to think himself and where the air is always clean and clear.

The view of kalindi parvat is majestic from resort. It provides comfortable stay in 18 Rooms along with basic facilities and cuisine .Apart from this hotel is associated with a quality restaurant which offers various kinds of delicious dishes. Here you can also enjoy some local mouth watering dishes.

Amenities

24 hrs hot & cold water Running water

Request to Doctor on call

Spacious Parking area

Travel desk to cater all Travels Need

Room heater on Request

Purified Drinking Water

Restaurant

24 hours Room service

Near by Attraction

Shani Temple (Someswar Dev)

Astronomically and astrologically, Saturn is the biggest and farthest planet in Solar System, which is having the name Shani in Sanskrit. Those who believe astrology consider Shani as a planet having restraining character and they offer prayers to him to be kind to them at times when they come in contact with him. There are a few temples in India for Shani of which the one in Uttrakhand is significant and famous.

Shani temple at Kharsali village is situated at a height of 7000 ft, the village actually housing two Shani temples, one of them built with Stone and wood, in a 4 storey structure. Since this location is prone for earthquakes and floods, wooden slits are constructed over the temple as a measure of protection.

Yamunotri

Yamunotri is the source of the Yamuna River and the seat of the Goddess Yamuna in Hinduism. It is situated at an altitude of 3,293 metres in the Garhwal Himalayas and located approximately 30 kilometers North of Uttarkashi, the headquarters of the Uttarkashi district in the Garhwal Division of Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the four sites in India’s Chhota Char Dham pilgrimage. The sacred shrine of Yamunotri, source of the river Yamuna, is the westernmost shrine in the Garhwal Himalayas, perched atop a flank of Bandar Poonch Parvat.

The chief attraction at Yamunotri is the temple devoted to the Goddess Yamuna and the holy thermal springs at Janki Chatti (7 km. Away).The actual source, a frozen lake of ice and glacier (Champasar Glacier) located on the Kalind Mountain at a height of 4,421 m above sea level, about 1 km further up, is not frequented generally as it is not accessible; hence the shrine has been located on the foot of the hill.

Dodital

Dodital is a freshwater lake in Uttarakhand, India, situated at a height of 3,024 metres . To reach Dodital, one may reach Uttarkashi by road and then walk to Dodital here via Bebra and other minor villages alongside the Ganges river.. From Uttarkashi, a short jeep ride will take you to Sangamchatti from where the 21 km trek to Dodital begins. This is a mostly gentle trek, with overnight halt options at the village of Agora or Bebra. At Agora, which is 7 kms from Sangamchatti, one can stay at one of the private lodges or alternatively, camp at Bebra which is 9 Kms from Sangamchatti. From there one can start the second leg of the trek the next day which will take you to Dodital via the small village of Manjhi. There are a couple of forest rest houses at Dodital where one can book a stay by taking a permit at the forest office in Uttarkashi. Alternatively, one can camp by carrying tents. There’s a basic canteen where one can get food and tea. According to one of the popular legends Lord Ganesha chose this place as his abode. There is a temple devoted to Lord Ganesha here. Another name for this lake is ‘Dhundital’ meaning Ganesh ka tal or lake of Ganesha.

Swargarohini

Swargarohini is a mountain massif in the Bandarpunch Range of the Garhwal Himalaya. It lies in the Uttarkashi District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, west of the Gangotri group of peaks. It comprises four separate peaks; Swargarohini I is the main peak, and is the subject of this article. While not particularly high by Himalayan standards, and not the highest in the Bandarpunch range, Swargarohini I is notable for its dramatic local relief. For example, its north face drops 2,000 metres in less than 2 kilometres of horizontal distance, and its south face achieves the same drop in less than 3 kilometres . This makes it a steep and challenging climb. Swargarohini I has two summits, east and west. The east summit is given an elevation of 6,247 m, slightly lower than the west summit. However the first ascensionists of the west summit claim that that summit is the higher of the two. This snow-clad peak along is the source of the Tons River and along with the Bandarpunch massif it acts as a divider between the Yamuna and the Bhagirathi Rivers.

Driving Direction

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand – To – Shiv Shakti Eco Resort, Kharsali, Uttarakhand