Yamunotri Yatra 2019, Yamunotri Temple, यमुनोत्री धाम यात्रा
It’s so adorable, Yamunotri is famous for its thermal springs and glaciers is a part of famous Char Dham Yatra. Yamunotri is the source of Yamuna river. According to a legend, Asit Muni, a revered sage, used to reside here.
1. Yamunotri Dham Yatra
The actual source a frozen lake of ice & glacier (Champasar glacier also known as Yamunotri Glacier) located on the Kalind mountain at the height of 4421 m above sea level, about 1 km further up, is not frequented generally as it is not accessible and hence the shrine has been located on the foot of the hill. The approach is extremely difficult and pilgrims therefore offer pooja at the temple itself..
The shrine of Yamunotri is situated at an altitude of about 3185 mts is a point of paramount religious importance for Hindus and an essential pilgrimage. Yamunotri Yatra 2019, magazine.
Yamunotri Yatra 2019, यमुनोत्री धाम यात्रा:
- Bear pattern (Download it here for free)
- Price ($1000 for 3000 Horas , amazon.com)
- Pinecones (1 for 2-oz. bag, amazon.com)
- Scissors ( amazon.com)
- Hot glue gun and hot glue ($12 for set, amazon.com)
2. Cut Out Your Pattern
The bunny patterns come in two different sizes, and you can customize their look by using various yarn hues. The instructions recommend this project for intermediate knitters, but fellow crafters have reassured that just about anyone can tackle this simple project.
If you knit, you practically don’t even need the pattern, one commenter wrote on Facebook
These precious creatures are a wonderful homemade present to give year-round, but they’re especially fitting as an Easter gift.
3. MOST POPULAR AMAZING TOUR
You’ve probably seen them everywhere: Cozy, chunky knit blankets are really big right now. In fact, they’ve become so popular, there are now a ton of easy DIY tutorials that exist, and we’ve seen a boon in cute spin-off accessories too.
But of all the interpretations we’ve seen, this idea is by far the most adorable.
4. Assemble the Bear’s Face
Use hot glue to attach the inner ears, nose and eyes to the bear’s head. Turn your pinecone into a woodland creature by attaching the bear’s head, arms and legs with hot glue.
5. Make Your Bear Some Friends
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