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5 holy Yatras one should Undertake, At least once

by Abhinav

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India is a place of rich history and stunning natural bounties. But the religious fervor the country boasts is also irresistible for visitors from far corners of the country. There are many places in the country which are very coveted and must visit for people inclined towards culture and religion. Pilgrimage (yatra) to these destinations is simply a lifetime experience. Out of innumerable pilgrimages happening in India, following are the ones which one should undertake at least once in his lifetime.

Amarnath Yatra: this pilgrimage is dedicated to lord Shiva who has been designated as destructor and the one who is immortal. Amarnath cave is situated in deep Himalayan peaks and is place of immense natural beauty and unseen religious fervor. Despite of the tough trekking route and uncertain climate, this place is thronged by thousands of devotees who are keen to watch the iced Shiva lingam that appears in the cave. The breathtaking beauty of Himalaya makes this journey an experience like nowhere else.

Mansrovar Yatra: At a jaw-dropping altitude of 22,028 ft, the Kailash Mountain is, as per Hindu myths, is where lord Shiva resides permanently. The beautiful Mansarowar Lake is situated at the foothill of the mountain, which is very sacred for both Hindus and Jainists. This placid blue circular Lake, also known as Tso Rinpoche or 'precious lake' in Tibetan is said to contain miraculous power of great spiritual benefit. The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is organized by Indian Government and takes place in months of June to September. Any Indian citizen above 18 can go for this pilgrimage. However, one needs to obtain a medical certificate and registration number before heading to this sacred place.

Chardham Yatra: the famous chardham yatra include a tour to four hgoly destination in Indian state of Utterakhand: Badrinath, kedarnath, Gagotari and Yamunotari. These places are located in snowy peaks of Himalayan and are not so easy to get into. Despite of that, a large number of devotees take the yatra, due to the spiritual importance of it. As per Hindu mythology, the one who performs the yatra gets salvation. These places are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Shiva, Goddess Ganga and Yamuna respectively.

Veshno Devi Yatra: pilgrimage to this cave temple begins from Katra and one needs to trek about 14km uphill to reach to the heavenly adobe of Goddess Veshno who is worshiped in form of three natural rock formations named pindis. This cave is located at the top of Tikuta hill and is the place where the Goddess beheaded tantrik Bharav Nath who is now worshiped in Bharav Ghati due to the blessings to Goddess. This place is the second mnost visited place in India, after Tirupati Balaji temple.

Jagannath Puri: This place is famous being one of the chardhams in India. The famous temple of Lord Jagannath is the major draw from pilgrims here. Apart from that, the annual rath Yatra also attracts devotees in great numbers. There are many other temples and a beautiful beach in the city, making it a popular tourist destination.

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