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Indian Pilgrimage Travel 2021 Information

India – a land of myths and legends surrounding millions of Gods and Goddesses is an epitome of religious diversity. A land that harvests several religious beliefs and plants a sense of belonging in each human being is something the nation is widely known for.

Thousands of people travel to India in search of nirvana to attain the only motive that matters, being one with God. Home to a diverse religious background, India speaks of journeys that lead to the road of spiritual contentment. And at the end of these roads are the pilgrimage centres famed for their ancient and meaningful past. Believers from all over the world tend to take these journeys to experience the greatness of the Almighty.

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Tour My India introduces you to India’s top pilgrimage tours in 2021 to explore Indian mythology revolving around different religious beliefs:
  • Hemkund Sahib Yatra
  • Vaishno Devi Yatra
  • Amarnath Yatra
  • Kailash Mansarovar Yatra
  • Puri Rath Yatra
  • Char Dham Yatra
  • 12 Jyotirlinga Yatra
  • Pandharpur Palki Yatra
  • Haj Yatra
  • Srikhand Mahadev Yatra
  • Navagraha Yatra
  • Nav Durga Devi Yatra
  • Panch Kedar Yatra
  • Adi Kailash Yatra
  • Kinnaur Kailash Yatra
  • Manimahesh Kailash Yatra
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Hemkund Sahib Yatra, Uttarakhand

Hemkund Sahib Yatra

Placed at an elevation of 4,632 meters above sea level, Hemkund Sahib is one of the sacred pilgrimage centers for Sikhs in India. Situated in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, the gurudwara is dedicated to the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh.

The gurudwara is encircled by seven snow-clad mountains and each one of them is adorned by Nishan Sahib (a triangular flag made either of silk or cotton and bearing the traditional symbol of Khalsa Panth).

Besides its religious significance, the glacial lake and high-altitude setting of the gurudwara make it one of the most challenging pilgrimage yatras in India that witnesses a high influx of devotees from all the corners of the world. It is the beautiful natural setting of Hemkund Sahib that even attracts people from other religions to the place.

How to Reach?

Travelers can access the location of the gurudwara either by foot or by ponies from Govindghat, located about 20 km from Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara. Govindghat is the starting point of Hemkund Sahib Trek and is situated about 22 km from Joshimath.

Hemkund Sahib Yatra Dates 2021

Gurudwara Hemkund Sahib opens for pilgrims from May till October every year. The doors of the Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara will be opened on 10th May, 2021.

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Vaishno Devi Yatra, Jammu & Kashmir

Vaishno Devi Mandir

Renowned as one of the most famous pilgrimage yatras in India, Vaishno Devi Yatra is the journey to the holy shrine of Vaishnavi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga, situated at the Trikuta Mountains of Jammu region of North India.

The shrine is considered to be one of the most sacred of all the 108 shakti peethas. Vaishno Devi shrine basically comprises idols of three deities in the form of black stones, namely, Mahakali, Mahasaraswati and Mahalakshmi.

Every year thousands of people from all over the world throng this sacred place, irrespective of their age groups. The shrine is located at a height of about 5,300 feet and is about 61 km from Jammu City with Katra as its base.

Between this journey, devotees come across various other religious spots like Darshani Darwaza, Ban Ganga, Charun Paduka Temple, Adhkuwari, Sanjhichhat and Bhairon Ghati, with a meaningful history attached to them.

How to Reach?

The shrine of Vaishno Devi is situated at a distance of 61 km from Jammu Tawi and Katra is the end point from where visitors have to cover a distance of 13 km by foot to reach the main shrine.

Vaishno Devi Yatra 2021

The gates of the Vaishno Devi Shrine are open for devotees all year-round. They can take up this pilgrimage at any time of the year.

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Amarnath Yatra, Jammu & Kashmir

Amarnath Temple Jammu and Kashmir

Seek blessings of Lord Shiva with a visit to Amarnath Cave that features an ICE LINGAM. Placed at an elevation of 3,888 meters, Amarnath Shrine is located in a narrow gorge. It is one of the major abodes of Lord Shiva and is of high religious value for Shivaities.

Amarnath Yatra is said to be one of the toughest pilgrimages in India and is organized during Shavan month (July – August) by the government of Jammu and Kashmir every year. Apart from its religious significance, the expedition to this holy cave is also valuable because it gives visitors an adventurous trekking experience.

Nestled among the mighty Himalayas, this journey not only takes devotees closer to God but also delivers a sense of relatability to inner peace.

How to Reach?

The closest airport is Srinagar Airport while Jammu Tawi is the nearest railway station from the shrine.

Yatra Route: There are two routes to the holy cave; one is through Pahalgam and second is via Baltal.

  • Route 1: Jammu Tawi – Pahalgam – Chandanwari – Pissu Top – Sheshnag – Panchtarni – Amarnath Cave
  • Route 2: Jammu – Udhampur – Patnitop – Kud – Ramban – Banihal – KaziGund – Anantnag – Srinagar – Baltal – Amarnath Cave

Amarnath Yatra 2021: This year the yatra will commence on June 28th and last for 56 days, thus ending on 22nd August,21.

Note* – Travellers who want to undertake Amarnath Yatra through helicopters do not need to register for the journey as their tickets are considered as yatra permit cards but they have to obtain health certificates too like other visitors. Children below the age of 13 and persons above the age of 75 as well as pregnant ladies are not allowed to undertake the yatra.

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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Reputed as one of the most challenging and sacred religious journeys for the Hindu sect, Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is a perfect fusion of spirituality, nature’s boundless beauty and adventure.

The yatra is undertaken by thousands of people every year and holds the supreme position among all the pilgrimage centers devoted to Lord Shiva. That’s why, a visit to Mount Kailash, the abode of the Lord, is considered as a way to attain salvation.

The dazzling Mount Kailash is situated in the isolated south-west corner of Tibet region, at an elevation of 6,638 meters. It is one of the highest areas of the mighty Himalayas.

Along with Hindus, the shrine also has significant value for Buddhism and Jainism followers. There are various other interesting points located close to Mount Kailash like Manasarovar Lake, Gauri Kund, Tirthapuri, Yam Dwar, Asthapad, Siwasthal and Tarboche Flagpole.

How to Reach?

There are four ways to reach Mount Kailash but the base point of Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is Kathmandu only.

  • Overland Journey from India: It is a 28-30 days trek and you need to book well in advance for registration as the availability is limited and participants are chosen by a draw. The whole process is administered by the Ministry of External Affairs of India.
  • Overland Journey from Kathmandu: Reach Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, and from there, start your spiritual yet thrilling expedition to Mount Kailash.
  • Overland Journey from Lhasa: Visitors first fly to Kathmandu and then to Lhasa through China Air and then further to Kailash Parvat.
  • Helicopter Journey: It is meant for those who are not comfortable with high-altitude passes and want to finish the Yatra in the shortest span of time. The fixed wing aircraft take passengers from Kathmandu to Simikot via Nepalganj. From Simikot, a helicopter takes the charge and flies to Hilsa and from there onwards, land cruisers are used to reach the final point.

Note* – Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is permitted to only Indian citizens, holding a valid Indian passport and aged between 18 and 70 years. He/she should be medically and physically fit with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 27 or less. People suffering from asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, epilepsy, heart disease, etc., are not eligible for the Yatra.

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Puri Rath Yatra, Odisha

Puri Rath Yatra

Puri Rath Yatra in Odisha is one among the most awaited festivities in the country. It is an annual celebration that witnesses around a million devotees and visitors from all the corners of the world. Devoted to Lord Jagannath (an incarnation of Lord Vishnu), the event is one of the biggest and oldest Hindu festivals in India.

Also known as the “Chariot Festival”, Rath Yatra is marked on Ashad Shukla Dwitiya (second day in the bright fortnight of Ashad month). The main attraction is the procession of three wooden chariots, namely, Nandighosa, Taladhwaja and Devadalana bearing the deities, Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra (the elder brother of Jagannath) and Subhadra (their sister) respectively. This street procession gives even those people a chance to seek blessings of the deities who are forbidden to enter Jagannath Temple.

Jagannath Temple is one among the four holy shrines of Chardham Yatra. The other three are Rameshwaram, Dwarka and Badrinath. Considered as a symbol of equality and brotherhood, the festival starts with a grand ceremony in the morning. Every year, new chariots are constructed but the idols of the deities are replaced by new ones once in 12 years. The Yatra marks the annual journey of the deities to Gundicha Temple (their aunt’s temple).

How to Reach?

For travelers willing to take part in this grand religious celebration, Bhubaneswar is the closest domestic airport from Puri while the nearest international airport is at Kolkata. Visitors can also reach Puri by various other transportation facilities like trains, buses, cars and taxis. Puri serves as the last major rail head of South Eastern Railway and that’s why it is well-connected with other cities of India. Bhubaneswar, the state capital city, is located about 70 km from Puri.

Puri Rath Yatra 2021: 12th July (Commencement of the Rath Yatra) – 20th July (Return of the Car Festival)

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Char Dham Yatra (Char Dham Yatra of Uttarakhand)

Char Dham Yatra

No information about Indian pilgrimage tour is complete without introducing Char Dham Yatra. Char Dham, which literally means four holy abodes of Hindu sect, are more than just shrines.

They are the means to relive your inner self and get close to the untouched natural beauty. Snow-clad mountains, lush green valleys, challenging paths and freezing temperature accompany you in this sacred expedition that starts from Yamunotri and ends at Badrinath.

Basically, Char Dham Yatra mainly refers to the spiritual journey to Badrinath, Puri, Rameshwaram and Dwarka Dhams, covering all north, east, south and west regions of India. But with the passage of time, the four holy shrines of Uttarakhand (Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath) have been termed as Chota Char Dham or as Char Dham of Uttarakhand. Char Dham Yatra has always remained one of the top pilgrimages in India.

How to Reach?

It is quite easy to reach Haridwar as it is a major railhead that provides connectivity to various locations of Uttarakhand. Haridwar is also served by a good network of bus service and is located at about 200 km from Delhi.

Yatra Route: Delhi – Haridwar – Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot – Naitala – Gangotri – Naitala – Sitapur – Kedarnath – Sitapur – Badrinath – Rudraprayag – Rishikesh – Haridwar – Delhi

Char Dham Yatra 2021: The yatra will commence on 14th May, 21 and the closing date is tentatively decided as 19th November, 21.

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12 Jyotirlinga Yatra, India

12 Jyotirlinga Yatra

The famous 12 Jyotirlinga Yatra is very significant for the devotees of Lord Shiva. It is one of the longest spiritual journeys that cover several temples throughout the country. All the temples included in the yatra are considered as the manifestation of the deity in various forms. It is believed that this sacred yatra is a way to achieve salvation and get rid of your sins.

How to Reach?

Visitors can choose among Delhi, Mumbai and Madurai as their starting point of this holy yatra. All these three cities are well served by every means of transportation.

Temples Included in the 12 Jyotirlinga Yatra
  • Somnath Temple in Gujarat
  • Mallikarjuna at Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh
  • Mahakaleswar at Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh
  • Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh
  • Kedarnath in Uttrakhand
  • Bhimashankar at Pune in Maharashtra
  • Viswanath at Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh
  • Tryambakeshwar at Nashik in Maharashtra
  • Vaijyanath Temple in Deoghar District of Jharkhand
  • Aundha Nagnath at Aundha in Hingoli District in Maharashtra
  • Rameshwar at Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu
  • Grushneshwar at Ellora near Aurangabad, in Maharashtra

Yatra Route: Delhi – Haridwar – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Varanasi – Deoghar – Indore – Ujjain – Indore – Dwarka – Nashik – Aurangabad – Pune – Hyderabad – Srisailam – Hyderabad – Madurai – Rameshwaram – Madurai – Delhi

12 Jyotirlinga Yatra 2021

Pilgrims can perform this yatra in any time of the year but it is good to schedule your plan in summers as Kedarnath Temple opens only for a limited period (from Akshaya Tritiya that falls in the end of April to Kartik Purnima that usually occurs in November).

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Pandharpur Palki Yatra, Maharashtra

Pandharpur Palki Yatra

Pandharpur Palki Yatra is a well-known pilgrimage expedition to Vithoba Temple, situated in Pandharpur city of Solapur district in Maharashtra. The yatra is dedicated to Lord Vitthala, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. Pandharpur Palki Yatra is popularly known as Waari Yatra and the pilgrims who attend this holy procession are known as “warkaris”.

This traditional holy journey is also called “PANDHARPUR ASHADI EKADASI WARI YATRA” as this pilgrimage ends on Ekadasi of Ashada month as per Marathi’s traditional calendar. The expedition originally starts from Sant Tukaram Temple, located in Dehu Village of Pune District.

This main procession of Tukaram Maharaj Palki is further joined by Sant Dnyaneshwar Palki that originates from Alandi near Pune next day. Later on, many more processions from other nearby villages and towns join the main yatra en route.

It is a 21-days event held annually during the period of June-July and has been celebrated for more than 700 years.

How to Reach?

The town of Dehu is located about 30 km away from Pune Railway Station as well as from Pune Airport. So, it is quite easy for pilgrims to join this holy yatra from any corner of the country.

Yatra Route: Dehu and Alandi – Pune – Saswad – Lonand – Taradgaon – Barad – Natepute – Malsiras – Velapur – Shegaon – Vakhari – Pandarpur

Pandharpur Palki Yatra 2021: Not yet confirmed due to the novel coronavirus

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Haj Yatra

Haj Yatra

Considered as the largest congregation of Muslims in the world, Haj is the prominent pilgrimage to Mecca. It is reputed as one among the five pillars of Islam and is performed during “Dhul-Hijjah (the 12th Islamic month).

Hajj Yatra is more than just a voyage to a holy land; it is a duty that every Muslim must perform once in his/her life span. Despite its annual occurrence, the date of Haj changes every year as the period of the pilgrimage is decided on the basis of Islamic calendar.

Anyone who performs this holy Islamic Yatra is known as “HAJJI” but the expedition is quite tough and full of strict rules and customary etiquettes. Every year, there is a sharp increase in the number of pilgrims heading to Mecca for Hajj journey.

How to Reach?

Pilgrims generally go for Haj Yatra in groups as a symbol of unity and brotherhood. Now-a-days majority of flight operators throughout the world provide direct air connectivity with the holy land of Mecca. Two airports, one regional (Ta’if Airport) and one international (King Abdulaziz International Airport) serve the Mecca region of Saudi Arabia.

Haj Yatra 2021: Not yet confirmed due to the novel coronavirus

Note*– There are specified rituals and schedules that are must for every Hajj pilgrim to follow. Males are required to wear “IHRAM” and females are required to maintain their normal modest dress code (hijab) as per Islamic guidelines. There are certain restrictions related to wearing Ihram also. So it is best to get detailed information about all customary etiquettes before performing Hajj.

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Srikhand Mahadev Yatra, Himachal Pradesh

Srikhand Mahadev Yatra

When it comes to popular pilgrimage tours in India, Srikhand Mahadev Yatra is another tough religious journey that pops out from the rich treasure of Indian culture. As the name suggests, the yatra is dedicated to Lord Shiva and ends in the high peaks of Himalaya, like the other two, Amarnath Yatra and Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

Srikhand Mahadev basically is a natural rock-made shivlingam about 70 feet high and is placed at an elevation of around 5791 meters. The Yatra to this high-altitude abode of Lord Shiva opens during the period of July – August every year and takes 15-20 days for completion.

Offering a perfect blend of divinity and unparalleled natural beauty, Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra is not meant for weak and old people, children and pregnant ladies. It is important to carry heavy woolen clothes, blankets, rain coats and eatable items as you will not get anything en route.

How to Reach?

Srikhand Mahadev lingam is located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh that’s why pilgrims have to travel up to the state capital Shimla, which forms the base of this holy yatra. The foot part of the yatra starts from Jaon village.

Yatra Route: Shimla – Rampur – Nirmand – Bagi Pul – Jaon Village – Bheem Talai – Parvati Bhag – Shrikhand Mahadev – Thachdu

Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra 2021: Not yet confirmed

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Navagraha Yatra, South India

Navagraha Yatra

Representing the importance of cosmic powers in Hindu mythology, Navagraha Yatra is a holy pilgrimage expedition dedicated to nine planets of Hindu astrology.

The nine planets that are worshipped during this holy yatra are Jupiter, Moon, Rahu, Sun, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Ketu and Saturn. The expedition starts from Thingalur, the hometown of well-known Kailasanthar Temple (Moon Temple) and ends at Keelperumpallam (Ketu Temple).

It is important to give a visit to all the Navagraha temples but in case if you are running short of time then a visit to Jupiter Temple at Alangudi, Moon Temple at Thingalur and Rahu Temple at Thirunageswaram are must for every pilgrim.

This holy yatra is very popular among those who have strong belief in astrology.

How to Reach?

The nearest major city is Chennai, located about 420 km from Thingalur.

Yatra Route: Chennai – Kumbakonam – Thingalur (Moon Temple) – Alangudi (Jupiter Temple) – Suriyanar Temple (Sun Temple) – Kanjanoor (Venus Temple) – Tirunageswaram (Rahu Temple) – Vaitheeswaran Koil (Mars Temple) – Thirunallar (Saturn Temple) – Thiruvenkadu (Mercury Temple) – Keelperumpallam (Ketu Temple)

Navagraha Yatra 2021: There is no fixed date for this sacred journey. Pilgrims can perform it in any period of the year, as per the planetary movements in their zodiac signs.

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Nav Durga Devi Yatra

Nav Durga Devi Yatra

When it comes to Indian pilgrimage travel, Nav Durga Devi Yatra has a very important place in Hindu mythology. According to legends, Goddess Shakti is worshipped in several forms throughout the country but her representation in these nine forms has a special significance among her followers and Hindus.

Like Jyotirlinga yatra, Nav Durga Devi Yatra too covers various different places but in North India only. Starting from Jammu and Kashmir, this sacred yatra ends at Uttar Pradesh. All the nine temples included in this spiritual expedition are among the major Shakti Peethas dotted throughout India.

How to Reach?

There are various trains that run between Delhi and Jammu Railway Station like Jammu Rajdhani, Shalimar Express, Malwa Express and Dee Jat Duronto.

Temples Included in the Yatra
  • Vaishno Devi Temple
  • Chamunda Devi Temple
  • Brijeshwari Devi Temple (Kangra Devi)
  • Jwalamukhi Temple
  • Chintpurni Mata Temple
  • Naina Devi Temple
  • Kali Bar Temple (Kalika Devi Temple)
  • Mansa Devi Temple
  • Shakumbhari Devi Temple

Yatra Route: Delhi – Jammu Tawi – Katra – Jammu Tawi – Pathankot – Palampur – Kangra – Jwalamukhi – Karoa-Bharwain Road (Una District) – Naina Devi – Shimla – Panchkula – Sahranpur – Jasmour village – Sahranpur – Delhi

Nav Durga Devi Yatra 2021: Round the year

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Panch Kedar Yatra, Uttarakhand

Panch Kedar Yatra

Panch Kedar, as the name suggests, is the holy congregation of the five sacred Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The five temples are nestled among the Himalayan peaks of Garhwal region in Uttarakhand.

The five temples are to be visited in a strict order as per the religious guidelines – the first temple to be visited is the Kedarnath Temple, followed by Tungnath Temple, Rudranath Temple, Madhyamaheshwar Temple and ending with Kalpeshwar Temple.

A folk legend connects the Panch Kedar to the Pandavas from Mahabharata. According to which, Lord Shiva bestowed his blessings in the form of a bull with its various parts rising in five different locations where the temples are situated in present day. Once the visit is complete, one has to pay homage to Lord Vishnu by visiting Badrinath Temple.

How to reach?

The journey starts from Rishikesh or Haridwar. Both are easily accessible through Indian Railways or by roadways.

Yatra Route: Delhi – Haridwar – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Guptkashi – Gaundhar – Madhmaheshwar – Ukhimath – Tungnath – Chopta – Panargupha – Rudranath – Dumuk – Kalpeshwar – Rudraprayag – Rishikesh – Delhi

Panch Kedar Yatra 2021: The temples can be visited for six months between May and October as the temples remain closed in winters due to heavy snowfall.

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Adi Kailash Yatra

Adi Kailash Trek

Adi Kailash is also referred to as the Chota Kailash or Little Kailash because of the striking similarities with Mount Kailash in Tibet. It is situated in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand with close proximity to Indo-Tibetan border.

One unique feature that sets it apart from other mountain peaks is the Om symbol made out of deposition of snow on the mountain miraculously, which is why it is also called Om Parvat.

The Adi Kailash Yatra takes pilgrims through some of the hidden gems of nature in the form of snow-clad peaks, gurgling streams and mystical dense forests.

How to reach?

Delhi is located at a distance of approximately 460 km from Pithoragarh. One can reach it by regular bus services run by the state transport corporation. The nearest railhead from Pithoragarh is Tanakpur Railway Station, located at a distance of 58 km.

Yatra Route: Delhi – Pithoragarh – Dharchula – Lamari – Nabi – Kutti – Jyolingkong – Adi Kailash

Adi Kailash Yatra 2021: The yatra can be undertaken for six months between May and October as various routes remain closed in winters due to heavy snowfall.

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Kinnaur Kailash Yatra

Kinnaur Kailash Yatra

Kinnaur Kailash Yatra is one of the most revered pilgrimages undertaken by the Hindus. The place is home to a 79 ft tall shivlinga, which changes colors every second. Located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, it is believed to be the actual place where the gods reside. According to myth, Lord Shiva used to conduct a meeting of gods and goddesses at Kinnaur Kailash. Situated close to it is the Parvati Kund, believed to be created by Goddess Parvati herself. It was also the meeting point of Lord Shiva and the goddess.

How to reach?

The nearest airport is Shimla Airport, located at 267 km from Kalpa. Tourists can avail taxi services to reach Kinnaur from Kalpa. Various regular bus services are offered by travel agencies from Shimla and Rampur to reach Kinnaur.

Yatra Route: Delhi – Shimla – Kalpa – Lambar – Shurting – Charang – Lalanati Base – Chitkul – Shimla – Delhi

Kinnaur Kailash Yatra 2021: The trek can be commenced between the months of May and October but, the ideal time is between September and October as before that, the region may receive heavy monsoon showers resulting in landslides, avalanches and cloud bursts.

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Manimahesh Kailash Yatra

Manimahesh Kailash Yatra

Nestled among the Pir Panjal Range in Himachal Pradesh is the pious Lake Manimahesh located at the base of Manimahesh Kailash Peak. The lake is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites believed to be created by Lord Shiva himself after getting married to Goddess Parvati.

The spiritual journey undertaken by thousands of pilgrims from different corners of the country commences on the auspicious day of Janmashtami and ends on Radha Ashtami.

The yatra takes you through the glacier-fed rivers, majestic peaks of the Himalayas and dense forests of Pir and Deodar.

How to Reach?

Pathankot is located at a driving distance of 495 km from Delhi. Regular bus service is offered by Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation to reach the town. The nearest railhead is Pathankot Junction Railway Station.

Yatra Route: Delhi – Pathankot – Bharmour – Hadsar – Kugti – Dalotu – Base Camp – Kamal Kund – Manimahesh – Bharmour – Paathankot – Delhi

Manimahesh Kailash Yatra 2021: The yatra will commence on Janmashtami (30th August, 21) and will end on Radha Ashtami (14th September, 21).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.When will the Puri Rath Yatra take place in 2021?

The Puri Rath Yatra will take place from 12th July to 20th July, 21.

Q.Which temples are included in Chota Char Dham Yatra?

Four temples namely Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri form the Chota Char Dham Yatra.

Q.Why is it advised to commence the 12 Jyotirlinga Yatra in summers?

It is advised to take up this yatra in summers because the journey gets difficult during heavy monsoons which result in landslides and cloud bursts. In winters, the Kedarnath Temple gets shut down due to heavy snowfall.

Q.When will the Amarnath Yatra start in 2021?

Amarnath Yatra will commence on 28th June, 21 and will end on 22nd August, 21.

Published: 13 Apr, 2021

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Nidhi Singh

From the Lake District, Nainital, Nidhi Singh is a travel writer whose love for mountains can be seen in her write ups. Talk about solo travelling, indulging in adventure activities, binging on good food, planning budget trips or the Aurora Borealis and you will get all her attention. It is the wanderlust that keeps her going and if at all she could get one wish granted she would love to live a life less ordinary. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.