Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra – one of the most difficult journeys of North India starts from today

Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra - one of the most difficult journeys of North India starts from today

Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated July 7, 2023 by Diary Times

The Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra, one of the most difficult religious pilgrimages in North India, has started administratively from today. Upayat Kullu Ashutosh Karni flagged off the first batch of pilgrims from Sinhahar in the morning.

At a height of about eighteen thousand five hundred and seventy feet, after traveling thirty two kilometers on foot and crossing about four glaciers, they reach to see Mahadev.

The Kullu administration has completed almost all the arrangements for this religious pilgrimage and elaborate security arrangements have also been made. Police President Kullu Sakshi Verma told that 70 police personnel have been deployed for Shrikhand Mahadev religious pilgrimage and police personnel are taking care of security in six sectors.

He said – Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra which is starting from 7th July. Its duration is from 7th July to 20th July. A lot of detailed meeting and planning has been done regarding the arrangements for this Yatra.

It has also been done exclusively by the Police Department. About 70 police officers will be deployed in our deployment and in order to plan their deployment, we have identified the entire area, the area of the yatra and the root of our traffic. Divided into sectors.

Any kind of intoxication or intoxication whether it is of alcohol or drugs. Our special police team will be deployed during the journey to stop and check that thing.

So all the passengers who want to travel should travel from the prescribed route, which is our prescribed route, from Shringar to the top. There will be proper registration and medical checkup. During this, devotees reach Shrikhand Mahadev by passing through difficult and hilly roads.

During the journey, many such delightful and historical places also come on the way, which compel the devotees to know their history. Proper arrangements have been made for the food and drink of the devotees on this way.

The administration has appealed to the devotees to complete the yatra through the marked route and contact the police in case of any emergency. Meanwhile, about five thousand people have registered for the Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra this time. He said that action will be taken against the devotees going on the yatra without registration.

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