Jammu and Kashmir has announced that Amarnath Yatra for this year has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The government, however, announced that all the traditional religious rituals shall be performed at the Holy Cave Shrine as per past practice. Spare a few minutes to know more about it..
Decision after discussion
A threadbare discussion was held with the esteemed members of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board including Swami Avdheshanand Ji, ShriDC Raina, Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, Prof Anita Billawariya, Shri Sudarshan Kumar, Prof. Vishwamurti Shashtri, Pt. Bhajan Sopori, Dr. C.M. Seth and Mrs. Tripta Dhawan on the current COVID-19 situation before arriving on the decision.
Devotees to attend rituals in online mode
Lt Governor Manoj Sinha, who is also Chairman of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, subsequently held a detailed deliberations with Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, DGP, Dilbag Singh, Principal Secretary Home Shaleen Kabra, and Principal Secretary to Lt Governor, Nitishwar Kumar, who is also the CEO of Shrine Board, and directed that devotees should be enabled to attend to morning and evening Aarti in online mode. He said it would help them to pay their obeisance while also avoiding and travel and exposure.
The meeting was informed that Shrine Board has put in place virtual and televised mechanism for live Darshan of Aarti from the holy cave.
Live telecast of aarti
It’s important to save people’s lives. So, it is not advisable to hold and conduct this year’s pilgrimage in the larger public interest. ShriAmarnathji Shrine Board is aware of and respect the sentiments of millions of devotees, and to keep the sentiments alive, the Board shall continue the live telecast of morning and evening Aarti from the Holy Cave shrine,” Lt Governor said.
Lt Governor also stressed upon the need to follow COVID protocol on the significant and pious days like Pratham Pooja, SamapanPooja. He further stressed that saints visiting the Shrine cave to perform Aarti as per “Shastra” would follow COVID appropriate behavior.
Amarnathji Shrine Board CEO, Nitishwar Kumar, said, the shrine board have made the arrangements for the mace of Lord Shiva- Chhari Mubarak’ to be taken to the holy cave on August 22, when the yatra is to conclude coinciding with the festival of Raksha Bandhan.
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