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Shri Amarnath Yatra – 2024 will begin from June 29 this year

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The annual pilgrimage to Shri Amarnath Temple will begin from June 29 this year. Registration for Amarnath Yatra is starting from today (Monday). It is believed that in the holy cave of Baba Amarnath, Lord Shiva had narrated the story of immortality to Mother Parvati. Official website of Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board (S.A.S.B.) JKSAS B. You can register by visiting NIC.in (https://www.jksasb.nic.in/).

Registration is starting

In this regard, Amarnath Shrine Board said on Sunday that Shri Amarnathji Yatra 2024 will start from June 29, 2024 and will end on August 19, 2024. It is noteworthy that the 50-day journey will end on August 19, while the registration is starting from Monday, April 15. Amarnath Yatra is organized in joint collaboration with the Government of Jammu and Kashmir and Shri Amarnath Shrine Board.

The form of Lord Shiva appears here only from snow.

Let us tell you, Amarnath Shivling is known as ‘Baba Barfani’, because the form of Lord Shiva appears here from snow only. This is a Swayambhu Shivalinga, that is, one that appears on its own. It is believed about this cave located in Lidder Valley that it was here that Lord Shiva gave the knowledge of immortality to Mother Parvati. To have darshan of this sacred ice lingam, devotees undertake the arduous annual pilgrimage to the sacred cave shrine located in the Kashmir Himalayas in the months of June-August.

Every year a crowd of lakhs of devotees come from all over the country.

Every year lakhs of devotees from all over the country come to have darshan of Baba Barfani in the holy cave of Amarnath. Every year a large number of devotees visit the holy cave of Amarnath in South Kashmir between July and August. Amarnath cave is situated at an altitude of 3880 meters. It is located in Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir, at a distance of 140 kilometers from Srinagar, about 45-48 kilometers from Pahalgam and about 16 kilometers from Baltal. The Amarnath Yatra takes place through 2 routes, one route is the traditional 48 km long Nunwan-Pahalgam route in Anantnag district, while the other is the 14 km long Baltal route in Ganderbal district.

Board issued guidelines for pilgrims

Let us tell you that Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board has issued guidelines for the pilgrims, under which the registration of the pilgrims will start from April 15 at the designated P.N. It will start in 540 branches of B, Yes Bank, SBI and Jammu and Kashmir Bank located across the country. Keep adequate amount of woolen clothes with you as sometimes the temperature may suddenly drop below 5 degrees Celsius. Be sure to carry an umbrella, wind cheater, raincoat and waterproof shoes as the weather in the travel area is unpredictable.

Additionally, to protect your belongings from getting wet, keep your clothes and food items in suitable water proof bags. For women passengers, it was said that they should not wear saree during the journey. It is advisable to wear salwar kameez, pant-shirt or track suit. Pregnant women more than 6 weeks will not be allowed to undertake the pilgrimage. At the same time, children below 13 years of age and elderly people above 70 years of age will not be allowed to undertake pilgrimage.

As per the guidelines issued by the Board, for emergency purposes, do carry a note in your pocket containing the name/address, mobile telephone number of any pilgrim going for darshan on the same date. Be sure to carry your identity card/driving license and travel permit with you. Passengers are instructed not to stop at places marked with warning notices. Walk on the tracks only. For guidelines and other related information, the website of Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board can be visited.

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