Shri Triyuginarayan Temple is located at Triyuginarayan Village in Rudraprayag Uttarakhand at a height of 6500 ft approx. The temple is dedicated to Prabhu Vishnu but the importance of this temple is that Prabhu Shiv and Mata Parvati tied the knot here in this temple. And most interesting part the fire in the havan kund is burning since then because of which this temple is also known as Akhand Dhuni Temple. Prabhu Vishnu made all the arrangements for this marriage and Prabhu Brahma was Purohit for this Marriage. There are three kunds near this temple which are known as Rudra Kund, Vishnu Kund, and Brahma Kund. These kunds were replaced by Saraswati kund in which people have a holy bath before worshipping the Prabhu. The Brahma Shila in front of the temple is the place where marriage had happened.
Legend and History
Triyuginarayan is a combination of three words Tri means three, Yug means the period of time Narayan resembles Prabhu Vishnu himself. This place has the most important place in our religion as this place has witnessed the holy marriage of Mata Parvati and Prabhu Shiv. This marriage was witnessed by all living beings at that time and all Prabhus were there to give their blessings. Gauri Kund where Mata Parvati had done penance to allure Prabhu, which is 5 km from the Triyuginarayan Temple, which is also the starting point of Kedarnath Trek. Mata Parvati is the Rebirth of Mata Sati. Prabhu Shiva proposed Mata Parvati at Gupta Kashi. Devotees keep adding wooden sticks in the havan kund which keep on burning for ages and take vibhuti from the havan kund as prashad.
This temple has witnessed the most Vedic wedding of this Yug of Mata Parvati and Prabhu Shiva. This marriage was arranged by Prabhu Vishnu and Prabhu Brahma was the Purhoit of this marriage. All Sages, Gods and all living beings witnessed this holy marriage. Sage Vasishta had to sit on other side of earth to maintain the balance of Earth.