‘Amarnath Yatra’ starts LG flagged off the first batch of pilgrims

Amarnath Yatra-2023

New Delhi: According to the big news coming from Jammu and Kashmir, the first batch of pilgrims for the holy Amarnath Yatra (2023) has left for Pahalgam and Baltal today amid heavy security. Today Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha flagged off the first batch from Jammu Base Camp Yatri Niwas. Along with this, some time back the first batch of Amarnath Yatra pilgrims left for Pahalgam and Baltal from Yatri Niwas.

Today, during this auspicious occasion, the entire atmosphere in the Jammu Base Camp was found to be colored in the colors of innocence. Today the devotees chanted ‘Bam-Bam Bhole’ And started the journey by chanting Bhole. Please inform that this time this journey will last for 62 days. Due to the two months of Sawan, this time this journey will be the longest. Today, on the first day, a total of 2189 pilgrims were issued tokens for the Baltal route. Immediate registration of 135 pilgrims for the Baltal route was also received at the Panchayat Bhawan Registration Center.

The good news for the devotees is that now the SIM can be purchased on the way i.e. in Baltal itself with a validity of one month for Rs.350 to 550. It also turns on immediately. Raincoats, umbrellas warm clothes, and trekking accessories are all available around the langar. To stay here on the roads, tents will also be easily available for Rs.500 per day.

Amarnath Yatra-2023

has been inaugurated. These two hospitals with 100 beds each have been set up at Baltal and Chandanwari. Please inform that the Amarnath Yatra will start on July 1 and end on August 30 on Raksha Bandhan. And today the first batch of this Yatka has left.