After being in the shadow of Corona for two years, the Amarnath Yatra is going to start once again from June 30. It is being said that this journey is going to last for 43 days. That is, this year the yatra will run till August 11. And the registration for the journey had started from April 11 itself. According to the information, so far about three lakh people have got the registration done.
Due to the Corona crisis, this journey was being stopped for the last 2 years, but this year it has been decided to start it again. In this sequence, the first batch will leave from June 30. This year's Amarnath Yatra will start from June 30 and will continue till August 11. This 43-day journey will start from June 30 through two routes, In which the traditional 48 km long Nunwan in Pahalgam in South Kashmir and 14 km long short route Baltal in Ganderbal in Central Kashmir.
The board is making all arrangements for the pilgrims willing to undertake the pilgrimage.Along with this, he has also arranged for online darshan for those who cannot travel. A SASB official said, "The pilgrims who cannot come for the yatra can avail the facility of online darshan, puja, havan and prasad.A 70 bedded DRDO hospital with all facilities has been opened to provide quality health services to the pilgrims at Baltal base camp.This hospital has X-ray, Ultrasound, General and Oxygen facility ward, OPD, ICU, medicine store and laboratory.
Registration can be done by the devotees on the official website https://jksasb.nic.in/ to register for this journey. And you can use the mobile app. Along with this, registration for travel will also start in 446 branches of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, PNB Bank, Yes Bank and SBI Bank. Health certificate, four passport size photographs are required for registration along with the application form. Under normal circumstances, a person can spend about 15,000 rupees.