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Over 1.90 large integer perform Amarnath Yatra in fifteen days

Over 1.90 large integer pilgrims performed the continued Amarnath Yatra in fifteen days as another batch of three,967 yatris left Jammu for the vale on Tuesday.Officials of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), that manages the affairs of the annual Hindu journeying to the Cave shrine, aforesaid since it started on legal holiday this year, 1,93,545 pilgrims had darshan within the Cave shrine over the past fifteen days.Police aforesaid another batch of three,967 pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas in Jammu for the vale in 2 escorted convoys nowadays morning. "Of these, 1,615 Yatris square measure about to Baltal base camp whereas a pair of,352 square measure about to Pahalgam base camp," police aforesaid.Situated 3,888 metres on top of the lowland in geographical area range of mountains, the Cave shrine homes AN ice cylinder structure that symbolises legendary powers of Lord Shiva, consistent with the devotees. 


The ice structure waxes and wanes with the phases of the moon. Pilgrims approach the Cave shrine either through the longer 45-kilometre long Pahalgam route or the shorter 14-kilometre long Baltal route.Those victimization the Baltal route come to the bottom camp an equivalent day when playacting the Yatra. chopper services square measure obtainable for the pilgrims at each the bottom camps.

Local Muslims square measure disposal a hand to make sure that their Hindu brethren will perform the Yatra with ease and convenience to uphold the centuries recent tradition of geographical area, abode of saints and Sufis.So far, sixteen pilgrims have died throughout the Yatra thanks to natural causes, consistent with the officers of the SASB. This year's Amarnath Yatra can conclude on August 15 coinciding with the Shravan Purnima competition. 

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