Many people visit Triyuginarayan village in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand in search of a spiritual marriage venue. Here there is a temple of Lord Shri Triyuginarayanji which is dedicated to Shri Hari Vishnu Ji and the Vamana avatar of the Lord is worshiped here.
According to belief, this is the same temple where Lord Shiva, the God of Gods, and Parvati, the daughter of Himavan and Queen Mainavati, were married three ages ago. the marriage was solemnized by Lord Brahma and Shri Hari Vishnu performed all the rituals that the bride’s brother has to perform. The place named Brahma Shila is proof of the same thing. It is also a belief that married life is always happy after taking rounds of the fire burning inside the temple and taking the ashes of the fire inside the temple and keeping it at a clean or holy place increases happiness, prosperity, and peace in the house.
Triyuginarayan Temple in which Tri means three, Yugi means era, and Narayan is said to be synonymous with Lord Vishnu. This temple architecturally resembles the very famous Kedarnath temple. According to legends, the present structure was built about 1200 years ago by Shri Adi Shankaracharya, the preacher, saint, writer, and philosopher of Sanatana Dharma.
The temple complex bears testimony to ancient legends. For example, if we see, there is an eternal fire or dhuni in the Triyuginarayan temple which burns round the clock. It is believed that this is the same fire that was carried around by Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati seven times. Apart from this, four water kunds are also present here, out of which RudraKund is for bathing, Vishnu Kund for cleanliness, Brahma Kund for drinking water, and SaraswatiKund for penance.
This supernatural abode must be visited during Kedarnath Yatra because this place also has a wonderful and mythological belief.