Amarnath Ji Yatra has been called-off for the current year due to prevailing COVID-19 pandemic. The J&K administration had earlier stated that the yatra would start from July 21 and go on till August 3. As per the recent development, the decision is now being taken back.
The yatra is overlooked by Amarnath Ji Shrine Board which looks after its affair to the cavern holy place arranged at 3,880 meters over the ocean level in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag locale.
“In view of the conditions, Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board concluded that it isn’t fitting to hold current year’s Shri Amarnathji Yatra and communicated its lament to report the wiping out of Yatra 2020”, an announcement from the Raj Bhavan read.
Be that as it may, the Board will keep on living broadcast/virtual darshan of morning and night aarti. The customary ceremonies will be done according to past training. Chhadi Mubarak will be encouraged by the administration.
As per the old arrangement, it was concluded that the yatra would occur from one course in particular and all the explorers should experience a COVID-19 test. It was said that the sanctuary specialists would broadcast puja on TV for fans the nation over
The Amarnath cavern is viewed as perhaps the holiest holy place in Hinduism and a huge number of lovers make a yearly journey to it across testing hilly territory.
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