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Kedarnath temple in the district of Rudraprayag in Uttarakhand, one of the four holy dhams, has been one of the worst hit in the flash floods. According to reports, while the temple is safe, the outer compound has been damaged and the town around the temple has suffered massive losses as it felt the full force of the rising waters.

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"There is nothing left in Kedarnath now except the temple." A busy pilgrimage until the flashfloods, Kedarnath today has turned into a virtual ghost town. Foul smell and smoke from funeral pyres pervade.

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Harsil sector, which includes Kedarnath, Badrinath are the worst affected areas. Kedarnath has been cleared, but people from upper areas are reaching there. Another 500 people are expected to be rescued today.

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The bodies, the officer said, are severely decomposed. Police teams are also collecting items like wallets, cell phones, slippers, shoes, bags and other items from near each body for identification by the relatives.

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After the floods ravaged the state, the Ministry had expected Bahuguna’s office to inform them that he would cancel the trip, but as of Wednesday they had not received any word to that effect. Therefore the Ministry has gone ahead and cleared the trip.

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