Registration for Amarnath Yatra will begin from this day, know- where and how to apply

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Amarnath Yatra 2021 Registration: Amarnath Cave Temple is present at an altitude of 3,880 meters, for which the 56-day journey will start from Pahalgam and Baltal routes on June 28 and will end on August 22.

Registration for the Amarnath Yatra is going to start from 1 April 2021.

There is good news for people who are making up their mind to go to Amarnath in Kashmir (Amarnath Yatra). Actually, registration for the Amarnath cave shrine is going to start. After the registration starts, people will first have to register for the Amarnath Yatra, only then they will be able to go to Amarnath.

Due to Corona virus, this time passengers will have to follow many guidelines. Also, due to Corona this time, many people will not be given entry to go on the journey. In such a situation, we know when the journey is going to start and how to register for the journey.

When will the journey start?

The Amarnath cave temple is present at an altitude of 3,880 meters, for which the 56-day journey will start from Pahalgam and Baltal routes on June 28 and end on August 22. For the journey that starts in the last of June, registration has to be done before taking permission.

When does registration start?

Registration for the Amarnath Yatra is going to start from 1 April 2021. Passengers will have to register for both the routes.

Where will the registration take place?

Registration will be done in 446 bank branches of the country for Amarnath Yatra. According to the official information given by Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board, ‘Registration will be done through 446 bank branches in the whole country. These banks include Punjab National Bank’s 316, Jammu Kashmir Bank’s 90 and Yes Bank’s 40 branches.

Who can register?

Everyone can apply for this. For this, you will also have to submit a health certificate. Only health certificates issued after March 15 for Yatra-2021 will be valid. Information about the steps to be followed for registration has been put on the board’s website. You have to submit medical certificate issued by authorized doctors or medical institutions on behalf of state governments or administrators of union territories.

Which people do not have permission?

People below the age of 13 years or more than 75 years and pregnant women more than 6 weeks cannot register. According to COVID-19 criteria for this year’s trip, these people will not be able to register.

These people do not need registration

Pilgrims who want to travel by helicopter will not require advance registration as their ticket will be sufficient for this.

What will be different this time?

He said that permits would be different for travel every day of the week and for routes. Also, more camps will be arranged this time. This time the number of camps can be increased from 2000 to 5000. In addition, special arrangements have been made for electricity, drinking water, transportation, security, barricading, mobile toilet, clock room and community kitchen.

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