Uttarakhand: arrangements will be made for night stay of 10 thousand devotees in Kedar Dham

Kedar Dham

Two hundred tent colony will be prepared in Kedarpuri
GMVN and private operators will also put up tents
Devotees will stay in private buildings too

During the forthcoming visit of Kedarnath, arrangements will be made for the night stay of 10 thousand devotees from the halts to the Kedar Dham. A colony of two hundred tents will also be prepared for the pilgrims to stay in Dham. For this, an exercise has been started at the administrative level.

Necessary arrangements will be made in the buildings of tents/hats and pilgrimage priests from the Gaurikund-Kedarnath walkway to Dham so that there is no problem with the migration of devotees during the Kedarnath Yatra. About one thousand devotees will be accommodated in the old buildings, including five new buildings built for the Tirtha Purohit in Dham.

Arrangement for a stay of three thousand devotees from Junglechatti to Lincholi also
Apart from this, a 100-colony of 100 tents along the MI-26 helipad will also be prepared at another place in Kedarpuri itself, which will provide for a night stay of two and a half to three thousand devotees.

Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam will also install more than one hundred tents in addition to hats/cottages. Apart from this, private people will also be allowed to operate tents at different places in Kedarpuri. Arrangements will be made for the overnight stay of five hundred pilgrims at Chhani Camp and two thousand pilgrims at Lincholi.

District Magistrate Mangesh Ghildiyal said that compared to last year, there will be a complete arrangement to accommodate seven to eight thousand devotees from the first day of the yatra in Kedarnath. Necessary arrangements for this will be completed in time. Along with this, arrangements will be made for the stay of three thousand devotees from Junglechatti to Lincholi.

The chip will be installed on horse-mules
Under the Kedarnath Development Authority, 40 permanent toilets will be constructed for traveling on the Gaurikund-Kedarnath walkway. Four crore rupees have been approved by the government for this. Twenty toilets will also be built by the Hans Foundation.

Horse-mules will be skinned this time during the Kedarnath Yatra. Through this chip, the correct location of the horse-mule will be found, as well as information of operator and devotee will also be available.

480 m on the faith path Tall Tin Shade Will Be installed

In Kedarnath, a Teen Shed will be constructed on the nearly 480-meter long faith path built along the Mandakini River. A proposal of Rs 1.5 crore has been made for this. Along with this, benches will also be installed for the passengers to sit. Also, the shops will be operated. There will be lights on both sides of the Tin Shed so that there is no problem in the movement of passengers.


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