Deoprayag is a spiritual metaphor, a beautiful showcase of traditions, myths and mysticism. Here the holy rivers Bhagirathi and Alaknanda meet, making it a unique confluence alikethe Triveniof Allahabad. From here the two rivers merge into one and becomes the 'Ganga'.

Deoprayagis not situated at a great height, just at the altitude of 618 mtrs. from the sea level, but it's endowed with abundant natural beauty.According to belief, Lord Rama and his father King Dashratha did penance here. The main temple is 'Raghunath Temple', dedicated to Lord Rama

Air : The nearest Airport is Jolly Grant at Dehradun, 90 kms. Rail : The nearest railhead is at Rishikesh,70 kms. Road : ByRoad, Deoprayag is well connected with Rishikesh and Dehradun and other parts of the Garhwal Himalayas.

Places of Attraction in Deoprayag

Raghunathji Temple is the ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Rama, the epic hero of Ramayana. An impressive black granite statue graces the temple. Everyday the devotees congregate at the temple to pay obeisance, after taking bath in the holy confluence. Thewalls of the temple display exquisite sculptures that show Buddhist influence.