By Santosh Salve
June 26, 2022
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One of the most well-known pilgrimages in India is the Vaishno Devi temple, which is located in a cave in the Trikuta mountain in Jammu and Kashmir.
It requires an approximately 12-kilometer journey from the base camp at Katra because it is perched at an altitude of 5200 feet. Over 1 crore people are thought to visit the temple each year.
The alternative is to use the stairs, which are more physically taxing but also shorter but considerably steeper.
The actual ascent of the Vishno Devi Yatra is on a well-paved trail with a gradual incline. Its length varies depending on the weather, the number of people, and your speed.
Your admission to the inner sanctuary is determined by your registration slip. in place of images and idols. Now, for simple access, a marble platform has been built.
Darshani Deodhi, Banganga, Chara Paduka, Adhkuari, Garbha Joon, Himkoti, Haathi Matha, Sanji Chhat Bhavan, Sher ka Panja, and Bhairon Mandir.
When the road is slick during the monsoon, it is best to avoid going for a walk. Summer is the busiest time of year (May-June).
The closest airport and train station are in Jammu, 50 kilometres from Vaishno Devi. On a well-paved route, Katra to Vaishno Devi's 12 kilometres of ascent.
Three naturally occurring rock formations, or pindies, that are submerged in water make up the actual cave. You can pray for your life with your head bowed.
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