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In the pleasant weather, more than 11 thousand devotees had darshan of Baba Barfani in the holy cave on Friday. In this, a large number of devotees reached through Baltal route. Earlier, in the third batch from Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu, 6440 Shiv Bhakts left for Kashmir. On the other hand, due to rain on the mountains late in the night, the water suddenly increased on two bridges on the Burari road. The stranded passengers were helped by the Jammu and Kashmir Police and transported to the other side.
Every day five to six thousand devotees from all over the country are reaching Jammu.
The season of Amarnath pilgrims is giving full support. Amid tight security arrangements, the third batch of pilgrims reached the base camps in Baltal and Pahalgam late in the evening. Every day five to six thousand pilgrims from all over the country are reaching Jammu for Shri Amarnath Yatra.
Devotees sent to Kashmir in 153 light and heavy vehicles
In the third batch sent from Jammu, a total of 2309 passengers were sent in 111 light and heavy vehicles along with 1561 men, 636 women, 43 children, 63 sadhus and 6 sadhvis for the Baltal route. Similarly, 3208 men, 799 women, 12 children, 103 sadhus, 8 sadhvis and one transgender devotee were sent to Kashmir in 153 light and heavy vehicles for Pahalgam route.
The batch was welcomed at various places on the National Highway.
The batch was welcomed at various places on the National Highway. Refreshments and food arrangements have been made for the devotees. Devotees are reaching the centers since night to get tokens for immediate registration in Saraswati Dham near the railway station. The process of issuing tokens is started in the morning.
With the arrival of the devotees, the market was brightened
After which, according to the date and place, immediate registration is done at Vaishnavi Dham, Panchayat Bhawan and Mahajan Hall Shalamar near the railway station. The markets are full of joy with the arrival of devotees. The movement of passengers has increased in the historic Raghunath Bazar, Bhagwati Nagar and surrounding areas.
Jammu and Kashmir Police team made devotees cross the bridge
The rescue team of Jammu and Kashmir Police is engaged in full vigilance in helping the pilgrims going on the Amarnath Yatra route. The team helped the passengers to pass through the rain water that had come on two bridges on the Burari road and transported them to the other side. Due to the rain on the mountains, water had come on these bridges, whose flow was very fast. Bureau
Mahants discussed travel arrangements with LG
Mahant Dipendra Giri, a member of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board and patron of Mahamandaleshwar Awadheshanand Giri Maharaj and Chadi Mubarak Shri Amarnath Ji, met LG Manoj Sinha on Friday at Raj Bhavan, Srinagar and discussed the arrangements for Amarnath Yatra. This time record devotees are expected to reach the Yatra after two years due to Corona.
The Lieutenant Governor informed that keeping in view the greatness and sanctity of the Yatra, the State Government and Shri Amarnath Shrine Board have made elaborate arrangements for a smooth and memorable pilgrimage for the devotees of Shiva. Bureau