Amarnath Yatra 2019 – Yatra’s walk to the Shri Amarnathji Holy Cave Shrine through the mountain of southern Kashmir Himalayas is only open in the summer months to reverence. In Shravan, July–August, Shri Amarnathji’s holy cave shrine contains a devout flock that naturally consists of ice-stalagmite and waxes, in the form of lingam, and that Lord Shiva’s picture.
Shri Amarnath Yatra is the auspicious day of Skandshasthi as per the Hindu Calendar and ends at Shravan Purnima (Raksha Bandean), beginning on the date announced and usually on the date announced. On 28 June 2018 & registration from 1 March 2019 began last year Shri Amarnathji Yatra.
The Holy Cave Shrine is run by the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), constituted in 2000 with the Governor of Jammu and Cashmir as the former President of the State Legislature. The Shrine of Shri Amarnathji is the Holy Cave Shrine of Shri Amarnathji.
Because of the procedures involved, a registration process by Step – By – Step Registration for Shri Amarnath Yatra 2019 will be followed well before the beginning of Yatsra.
As of last year’s date of registration, Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) has introduced’ Group Registration’ to make it easy for intending pilgrims to register for a group of families, friends and nearby people.
For an announced period, the Group registration is available. Yatri Groups are entitled to register under SASB Group Registration Guidelines on the 2019 issue of Shri Amarnath Yatra.
SASB has a facility in place to register for the Shri Amarnath Yatra 2019 NRI /ex-India pilgrims. This facility was specially created because this annual Yatra was carried out by a large number of devotees who live abroad.
The Sub-Commission of Shri Amarnathji Shrine advises the SASB every annual on the exact schedule, including the time of Shri Amarnath Yatra and taking into account different factors such as the Hindu calendar, weather conditions, clearing of the snow trek and so on.
Every year from the beginning to the Yatra peak on Rakscha Bandhan, the number of days decided by the Board of Shrine Amarnath is strictly followed.
It was determined that 7500 pilgrims will be allowed to register for Shri Amarnath Yatra-2019 per day per way, taking into account the current track capabilities, infrastructure availability in the Yatra area as well as all other relevant considerations. Yatris, which would go to Panjtarni by helicopters, is excluded.
This would entail a permitting of 7500 registration for the Yatris (Pilgrims) daily of the Shri Amanath Yatra program for 2019, each on the Pahalgam-Chandanwari track and Sonamarg-Baltal Track. for more information and package click here
Shri Amarnath Yatra 2019 | Online Helicopter Booking
The Shri Amanathji Shrine Board (SASB) announced online bookings for helicopter tickets start well before the Yatra start.
- Helicopter for Neelgrath (Baltal)-Panjtarni-Neelgrath (Baltal) Sector
To book Helicopter Tickets from Neelgrath (Baltal)-Panjtarni-Neelgrath (Baltal), you are requested to visit the web-sites of following helicopter operators:
- Helicopter for Pahalgam-Panjtarni-Pahalgam Sector
To book Helicopter Tickets from Pahalgam-Panjtarni-Pahalgam Sector, you were required to visit the web-site of the helicopter operator,
Top Best Selling Amarnath Yatra Package for 2019
|Amarnath Package Name||Tour Cost||Duration|
|Amarnath Yatra Via Sonmarg||₹ 9199||4 Days|
|Amarnath Yatra Via Pahalgam||₹ 10199||4 Days|
|Amarnath Yatra Via Helicopter||₹ 13099||4 Days|
|Amarnath Yatra Via Trekking||₹ 8199||4 Days|
|Amarnath Yatra from jammu||₹ 14199||4 Days|
|Amarnath Yatra with kashmir||₹ 20199||4 Days|
Shri Amarnathji Yatra registration is likely to be started from 1st March 2019.
Amarnath Yatra is likely to be started from 28th June 2019
The public and private transfers from Jammu to Pahalgam and Baltlal provide bus services. These are the two places where the Amarnath Yatra begins.
It is 14 km long and shorter on the northern route. It’s steep, so hard to climb. It begins in Baltal. The lengthier, easier and more classic one crosses Srinagar.
The route from Amarnath Yatra is more favorable for a return from the sanctuary than for a steep slope because the non – acclimatized guests are said to have serious health problems. Young, healthy and adventurous people come on this journey during the religious journey.
Most devotees generally prefer the longer Amarnath Yatra route via Pahalgam. Depending on the pilgrim’s devotion the length of the trek varies from 36 to 48 km. The hike takes usually 3-5 days. The trail Amarnath is much broader than the trail of Baltal and its slopes. But for almost the entire route, it will be crowded with ponies too. It’s advised to take this yatra route for the aged, ill or those with a past history of disease.
Children under the age of 13 and adults over the age of 75 are not allowed and it is also not advisable for pregnant women to travel there. Given the highly challenging task of this trek, each individual must have a health certificate.