Chardham Yatra booking completed for next 12 days
Dehradun: Soon after the Nainital High Court lifted the ban on Chardham Yatra, the booking has been completed for the next 12 days for darshan at Kedarnath Dham.
Char Dham Devsthanam Board said in a statement that on 18th September, 10,000 e-passes were issued to devotees for darshan. Similarly, 4,830 e-passes have also been issued for Badrinath Dham.
Char Dham Yatra is open to pilgrims of India and Abroad from 18th September 2021 with a daily limit for each of the four shrines.
However, the devotees have to follow mandatory procedures for performing the Yatra.
There are four holy shrines in Uttarakhand dedicated to Hindu Gods and holy rivers of India. The four shrines are situated within the Garhwal Region. These are collectively referred to as "Char Dhaam of Uttarakhand". Pilgrims from all over India and abroad visit the shrines as "Char Dhaam Yatra".
In the Hindu religion, Char Dham Yatra holds has great importance and sanctity. It is believed that every Hindu should undertake Char Dham Yatra at least once in a lifetime to avail the blessings of gods adorning the shrines.