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Amarnath is one of the most important pilgrimage in India for the worshippers of Lord Shiva. The Amarnath cave is haven to an enshrined image of ice called the Shivaling formed naturally, which resembles Lord Shiva.
The destination is visited by millions of tourists every year from all across the world in what is famously known as the 'Amarnath Yatra'. The Amarnath cave situated in this town is considered to be a devout location for the pilgrims, most notably Hindus. Legend has it that, this place is regarded to be the same cave where Lord Shiva revealed the secret of life and eternity to Goddess Parvati. How about you visit the place, and end up finding your very own formula to eternity?
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- Carry extra food and supplies with you, being at a high altitude and having to suffice to the needs of hordes of pilgrims, facilities are not present at proper intervals.- Winters are extremely cold, proper clothing would be a no-brainer.- Have a guide with you or make a well researched plan for yourself and only then embark on to your trip.- Check out the prices of pony rides online first or ask your friends who might have been here earlier. You do not want to be fooled.- Be in constant touch with family and friends, because this is a highly populated affair during the Shravana months.- Have proper medication along with you, because this is going to be a highly treacherous and hectic journey.
Mesmerizing scenic beauty. An important pilgrim site for Hindus. Close to some of the best hill stations in J&K.
The weather is unpredictable; can get extremely chilled; severe snowfall. The paths to trek can be a little dangerous. Avalanches are common. Tricky for physically unfit people and those with medical ailments.
The highlight of this city is a Hindu shrine, dedicated to Lord Shiva; Amarnath is the 'it' destination for all pilgrims.
The nearest airport to Amarnath is the Srinagar airport. Anyway, the journey commences from Pahalgam which is a bus ride of 2 hours from the airport. The nearest railway station to Pahalgam remains... (Read More)
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