Kedarnath Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in the Garhwal Himalayas, India. Kedarnath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India and an integral part of the Dham in the famous Char Dham Yatra, India.
At Uttarakhand Haat, our artisans have made this framed Kedarnath Temple, which is similar to the Kedarnath Temple in Kedarnath. Not only does it look great, but it also smells great, of course. This painting poster portrait of the Kedarnath Temple is designed by the Uttarakhand artisans. So you can remember the time even when you are away. But it also spreads positivity and enlightenment when used in homes, offices, or anywhere else.
Giving someone means giving someone the light and blessings of Lord Shiva. What can be a better gift than giving someone light and something that gives them hope and positivity? Kedarnath Temple in Uttarakhand is home to a visit to Kedarnath Temple that has the power to enlighten a person’s soul and dark life. Visits to the temple designed to reach Moksha while climbing the stairs to the temple. But have you ever wondered how nice it would be if you could see Kedarnath Temple every day and feel the same peace every time? Sounds impossible, doesn’t it? Don’t worry. We are here to make it happen.
The handmade painting poster is framed with the highest quality frames. Which creates the perfect accent piece for the walls of your living room, hallway, bedroom, shop, office, or hotel. This product is made of glass, lightweight and durable.
At Uttarakhand Haat, we have talented artists and do not use machines to make these items. All of our items are handcrafted with love, dedication, and a lot of hard work. Apart from that, the artisans also act as preservatives for the art. It is because the Uttarakhand has started to disappear since the use of plastic began in this article. As it is an eco-friendly item. You can be happy while wearing it. You will become the person saving the nature of Uttarakhand. Haat serves as a source of income for these artists and also protects the extinct Uttarakhand art.