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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES, Natural Calamities

Photos: Rain ravage around Kedarnath temple – Yahoo! News India

Photos: Rain ravage around Kedarnath temple – Yahoo! News India.

Rain ravage around Kedarnath temple

More than 70,000 tourists and pilgrims have been stranded on different Chardham (four pilgrimages) routes of the Garhwal hills. The Kedarnath temple, 110 km northeast of Dehradun, is cut off because the bridge on the Mandakani at Gaurikund was washed away on Sunday night, leaving tourists and pilgrims stranded.

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