Uttarakhand May three to four Dham Travel going to start. The doors of Yamunotri and Gangotri will be opened here on May 3. After this, the doors of Kedarnath Dham on May 6 and Badrinath Dham on May 8 will also be opened for the devotees. State Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami says that the government Chardham is all set for the Yatra. He said that this time’s visit is going to be historic. We strive to make the journey of all devotees and tourists easy. Please tell that the devotees who want to go on Char Dham Yatra, they will have to register.
So far more than one lakh pilgrims have registered online. In which maximum number of tourists have registered for Kedarnath Dham. This time the QR code is being given to the passengers.
This benefit will be given by giving QR code
By giving QR codes to the pilgrims, not only the registered passengers but also the pilgrims and their vehicles can be easily tracked. The wristband given to the passengers will have a QR code. Which will be scanned in each sanctuary. With this, the tourism department will know which tourist is where. According to the tourism department, more than one lakh passengers have registered for Chardham Yatra from May 3 to 31. 15,829 pilgrims are registered for Yamunotri Dham, 16,804 for Gangotri Dham, 41,107 for Kedarnath Dham and 29,488 for Badrinath Dham.
Administration is in progress
Preparations are going on at the administrative level for Chardham Yatra. This time the expectations are high from the Yatra as it has been closed for two years due to Corona. Keeping in view the convenience of the devotees, the maximum focus is on the pilgrimage route. In the present situation it is very difficult to complete most of the works of this active landslide area before the commencement of Chardham Yatra. However, efforts are being made to complete the work as soon as possible.