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SRI AMARNATH

Amarnath Yatra There is famous Rigvedic Verse that says "Ekam Sat " that is "There is one Being, the sages call him by many names." The God (Parmeshwar) has three deities who carry on the world. Amarnath yatra is Known as Holy Trinity. Brahma- the creator, Vishnu - the perpetuator of life and Shiva (Mahesh ) - the purifier and perpetuator of good and destroyer of evil. Rig Veda refer Shiva as Rudra as in its following verse. "We Worship Tryambaka (Rudra), Who spread Fragrance and Increases Nourishment, May He release me, like the cucumber from its stem, From Mortal Life, But not From Immorality. "(Rig Veda Mandal VII Sukta 59 and Mantra 12). According to the verse Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram the life is described as having three facts Truth (Satyam), Good (Shivam) and the Beautiful (Sundaram). Amarnath Yatra India 2019, Pilgrimage Tour Package Information to Holy Amarnath Yatra Shiva is a living God. The most Sacred and ancient books of India, the Rig Veda narrates his presence in the hymns. Vedic myths, rituals and even astronomy testifies to His existence from the dawn of time. The Mohinjodaro and Harappa findings confirm Shiva worship in the ancient India. According to the older scriptures, He has three places of his residence. One is Kailash Parvat another is Lohit Giri under which Brahamputra flows and third is Muzwan Parvat. In Amarnath Yatra 2019, you can see the Hindus faith in Lord Shiva. Amarnath Yatra - Book your Amarnath Yatra 2019 with Amarnathyatra.in at cheapest rates.

Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra

Shri Amarnath Yatra begins at Srinagar on the panchami day of the bright half of the month. Shri Amarnath Yatra is of the most important event during July/ August. Shri Amarnath Yatra is one of the most important tour for Hindu Pilgrims. This is an annual event when thousands of Hindus from different corners of the Globe visit Amarnath caves. The pilgrims trek from Pahalgam to these caves and worship the great ice Lingam. Shiva Lingam is a secret creation in a cave in Amarnath. It is the firm belief and trust of Hindus that those who are able to visit this shrine will have no re-birth. Pilgrims who came for Shri Amarnath Yatra must stay at Panctarani because, Amarnath is only 6 kms away from Panctarani. Have a dip in the ice cold water of Amarnath stream, which flows outside the cave. Inside the cave there is scenery of calm tranquility of white and glistering three massive Lingams stand erect symbol of Lord Shiva, Parvati and Ganesha. Here your Shri Amarnath Yatra gets completed; you can get back to your place. Useful Tips on the Shri Amarnath Yatra The Shri Amarnath Yatra is organized by the Jammu & Kashmir Govt., in the month of Shravan. Pilgrims are advised to carry sufficient woolens clothes. Ladies are advised not to go on the trek in saris, instead pants or Salwar suits with drawers should be used. Good tented accommodation with allied facilities are set-up during the Amarnath Yatra period by the J&K TDC as well as private parties Registration of pilgrims are undertaken about a month ahead of the date fixed for commencement of Yatra.

Discovery of Holy Cave Amarnath

The story narrated by people about the discovery of Amarnath Holy Cave is of a Gujjar (shepherd) Buta Malik. He is given the credit of discovering this Holy Cave. Story goes like this, that a saint gave Buta Malik a bag full of Coal. On reaching his home when he opened the bag , to his utter surprise the bag was full of gold coins. This made him overwelmed with joy. He ran to thank the Saint. But, what he found was that the Saint had disappeared. Instead, he found. The Holy Cave Amarnath and Shiv Lingam in there. He announced the discovery of this to the Villagers. Then onwards this has become the sacred place of Pilgrimage. The ancient epics narrate an other story which goes like this. The valley of Kashmir was under water. It was a big lake. Kashyap Rishi drained the water through number of rivers and rivulets. In those days Bhrigu Rishi came that way on a visit to The Himalyas. He was the first to have Darshans of Amarnath Holy Cave. When people heard of the Lingam, Amarnath Holy cave for them became Shiva's abode and a Centre of pilgrimage. Since then Lacs of devotees perform the pilgrimage through tough terrain and avail eternal happiness. The trek to Amarnath Holy cave, in the month of sharavan ( July–August) has the devout flock to this incredible shrine, where the image of Shiva, in the form of a Lingam, is formed naturally of an Ice Stalagmite, which waxes and wanes with the Moon's cycle. By its side are fascinating, two more Ice Lingams, that of Maa Parvati and of their son, Ganesha
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Amarnath Shrine Amarnath Shrine

  

Out of all Hindu deities, Lord Shiva is extremely popular not only amongst Indians but also amongst the people of other nationalities. To get closer to their favourite god, who appears on this earth in the unique form of an Ice Lingam, millions of devotees pay their visit to Shri Amarnathji Shrine in South Kashmir. The Amarnath Shrine is managed by Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), that was constituted by an Act of the State Legislature in 2000 with His Excellency the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir as its ex-officio Chairman.
The Amarnathji Shrine Board is responsible for smooth and trouble free pilgrimage to the Holy Shrine. Assisted by a Chief Executive officer who is a senior IAS officer and eight distinguished Board Members, the board is constantly working towards making this journey the most cherished one. Role of the Board: The following roles and responsibilities have been assigned to Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) as per section 16 of the Act: To arrange for the proper performance of worship at the Holy Amarnath Shrine.
To make arrangements for the safe custody of the funds, valuable and jewelry and for the preservation of the Board Fund. To undertake developmental activities concerning the areas of the shrine and its surroundings. To make provision for the payment of suitable emoluments to the salaried staff. To make suitable arrangements for the imparting of religious instruction and general education to the pilgrims. Environmentalists associated with Himalayan ecology have been requested by a panel constituted by the shrine board to make a detailed study of the environmental aspects and accordingly suggest ways to protect the area's ecology. The panel is headed by leading environmentalist Sunita Narain. Governor N.N. Vohra, who is also SASB chairman, is keen on preserving the ecology of the area in south Kashmir where the shrine is located and has sought the cooperation of the state government in this regard, shrine board officials said. The Amarnath shrine is devoted to Lord Shiva and is located at a height of 13,500 feet above sea level. An SASB official told IANS that the board is looking for ways and means to protect the the environment as the glaciers in the area are crucial for water in the Valley. One of the steps SASB may take is to ban the use of polythene bags and plastic bottles by pilgrims visiting the shrine, officials said. Last year 500,000 pilgrims had visited the cave shrine, located vearly 150 km from the summer capital of Srinagar. To undertake for the benefit of worshippers and pilgrims: * The construction of buildings for their accommodation * The construction of sanitary works; and * The improvement of means of communication. To make provision of medical relief for worshippers and pilgrims To do all such things as may be incidental and conducive to the efficient management, maintenance and administration of the Holy Shrine and the Board Funds and for the convenience of the pilgrims. The Amarnath Shrine Board has made ambitious plans for effecting improvements in facilities for the pilgrims. These are: Tattered tents will be history with coming up of insulated huts with cushioned bunks. 249 such huts, many with attached toilets, have already been put up. 2271 modern toilets and bathrooms have been put up. Barbed wire fencing with search lights at each camping site. Basic amenities like toilets, shelters with benches have been provided at intervals of 2-3 Kms. First aid, eateries, hospital facilities at each camping site. A helicopter service from Srinagar-Baltal to the Holy Cave and for any sort of emergency is always at the disposal.


Amarnath Holy Cave



AmarnathCave is situated in a narrow gorge at the farther end of Lidder valley, Amarnath stands at 3,888 m and is 44.8 km from Pahalgam and 141 km from Srinagar. The AmarnathCave is one of the twelve holiest shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. The AmarnathCave is snow bound in the winter and is accessible only in the months of July and August. Amarnath cave was the spot chosen by Lord Shiva for narrating the secret of immortality to his consort Parvati. The best time to visit Amarnath Cave is the full moon day of the Sravana . Amarnath cave was the spot chosen by Lord Shiva for narrating the secret of immortality to his consort Parvati. According to an ancient tale, Kashyap Reshi drained the Kashmir valley of water (it was believed to have been a vast lake), the amarnath cave and the lingam were discovered by Bregish Reshi who was travelling the Himalayas. When people heard of the lingam, Amarnath cave for them became Shiva's abode and a center of pilgrimage.



  



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