Amarnath Yatra is an annual Hindu pilgrimage to the Amarnath Cave, located in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The cave is considered to be one of the holiest shrines in Hinduism and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The shrine is located at an altitude of 3,888 meters (12,756 feet) and is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva narrated the secret of life and eternity to his wife, Parvati.
The Amarnath Yatra typically takes place during the month of July or August and attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over India and abroad. The journey to the cave is challenging and involves a trek through the rugged and remote terrain of the Himalayas. Despite the difficulties, many pilgrims undertake the journey as a demonstration of their devotion to Lord Shiva.
The Amarnath Yatra is an important event in Hinduism and is considered to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many pilgrims. It is an experience that is both physically and spiritually demanding, but for those who complete the journey, the rewards are said to be immense.
Indian Circuit Amarnath Yatra Package’s starting point is Jammu, where devotees gather before making the journey to the cave shrine, which is located in the Himalayan mountain range. From Jammu, the pilgrims can either take a helicopter ride to the cave or undertake a trek that can take anywhere from 2-5 days, depending on the route taken. The Amarnath Yatra by helicopter offered by Indian Circuit is a popular option for those who are unable to undertake the physically demanding trek to the Amarnath Cave. The helicopter service provides a convenient and quick mode of transportation for the pilgrims, allowing them to reach the cave in just a few hours.
Srinagar → Neelgrath (Baltal) → Panchtarani/ Holy Cave → Neelgrath (Baltal) → Gulmarg
Srinagar → Neelgrath → Panchtarani → Lucknow → Neelgrath → Gulmarg
Srinagar → Sonmarg → Neelgrath → Panchtarani → Jammu → Katra
Srinagar → Sonmarg → Neelgrath → Panchtarani/ Holy Cave → Neelgrath → Gulmarg → Doodhpatri
Srinagar → Neelgrath → Panchtarani → Neelgrath → Gulmarg