The sanctuary opens consistently in the long stretch of April-May and closes for winters in the third seven day stretch of November. Badrinath's four auxiliary Badris incorporate Bhavishya Badri, Yogdhyan Badri, Bridha Badri and Adi badri. It is famously accepted that with spread of Buddhism, the Buddhists Chardham yatra by air cherished the sculpture of Lord Buddha there and during the Hindu renaissance, the sculpture of Buddha was subsequently reestablished by Adi Guru as the icon of Vishnu. This conceivably clarifies the divinity sitting in Padmasan act, ordinary of Buddha symbols. Notwithstanding, additionally as per Hindu folklore, Buddha was viewed as the 10th manifestation of Lord Vishnu.