Top places to visit in Vaishno Devi

Here are the top 6 places to visit in Vaishno Devi

1. Vaishno Devi Temple

1 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

In the hovering ranges of Himalaya lies the temple cave, Vaishnodevi. Dedicated to Mother goddess Vaishnodevi, this famous shrine allures millions of devotees from all over the world. Popularly known as Mata Rani, Vaishno Goddess is a manifestation of the Hindu Goddess Mahalakshmi. It is a Hindu temple situated at the Trikuta Mountains within the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is assumed that during the pooja and Aarti, Goddesses arrive at the Holy cave to pay their respect to Mata Rani. Devotees believe goddess herself calls the devotees to reach here.

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2. Ardh Kuwari Cave

2 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

Before making the Bhavan her abode, Mata Vaishnodevi was believed to have taken rest in this cave for 9 months. Today, this cave acts as a stopover for the pilgrims on their journey up to the Bhavan.

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3. City Shopping

0 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

Vaishno Devi might not be the right place for you shopping spree, though one can chance upon a few souvenir shops in and around the area.

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4. Bhairavnath Temple

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

No journey to Katra is complete without having visited Bhairavnath Mandir. The cave temple of Bhairavnath is dedicated to a saint by that name. A steep 2km journey from the Bhawan leads you to Bhairavnath temple.

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5. Katra

5 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

The shrine of Vaishno Devi, one of the most important places of worship in India calls the little town of Katra its home. Located in the Uddhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir, Katra is mostly visited by devotees of Lord Shiva.

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6. Dera Baba Banda

15 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Vaishno Devi

An old Gurudwara, Dere Baba Banda is dedicated to Baba Banda Bahadur who was one of the favorite Jathedars of Guru Gobind Singh. The walls are filled with pictures depicting the times of war and various important personnels of that time.

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