The annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath temple, which is situated in the South Kashmir Himalayas at an elevation of 3,880 meters, will start on July 1 of this year, according to the announcement, and will last until August 31 of the following month.
On April 17th, participants can begin registering for this Yatra. At the 44th meeting of the Sri Amarnathji Temple Board (SASB), which took place at Raj Bhavan and was presided by the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha, the itinerary for the pilgrimage was set. Following the dissemination of the itinerary, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha made the following statement:
“The administration is dedicated to a trouble-free yatra.”
Mr. Sinha stated that “the administration is committed to ensuring a smooth and hassle-free yatra.” The administration shall provide the highest possible standard of sanitation as well as other necessary amenities to each and every worshipper and supplier of services that come to the temple. Before the beginning of the pilgrimage to the cave temple, telecommunication services will begin to operate normally.
Pahalgam Path in the Anantnag district and Paldal in the Ganderpal district would both serve as starting points for the pilgrimage at the same time, he explained.