Amarnath Yatra is among the major pilgrimages of India, Amarnath temple is dedicated to worshipping Lord Shiva. It is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir at a height of about 12,760 feet, it is believed that Lord Shiva calls out to his devotees to Amarnath cave and there he generously showers blessings and grant prayers and wishes of the people. Amarnath Temple is located at an elevation of around 3,888 m and 45 km away from Pahalgam. It is believed that Amarnath Temple is an earthly abode of Lord Shiva. Amarnath Yatra is a flock of devotees trek through the south Kashmir Himalayas to the Holy Cave Shrine of Amarnath every year.
... The Amarnath temple is opened for devotees only during summers, in the month of July to August. People rush to see the Ice image of Lord Shiva that is formed in the shape of a Lingam also called stalagmite. The image of the Lingam looks incredibly waxed and wanes with the sight of the Moon. This religious journey is considered as one of the major tasks of life by the people of Hindu faith in India, they believe that Amarnath Yatra can fairly show them the path to heaven. 1500 devotees or visitors are allowed per day and they should fall in the age of 14 to 74 years. Amarnath Temple is one of the major tourist attractions in Jammu and Kashmir.
Q. What Amarnath Temple is famous for?
Ans. Amarnath temple is famous for its ritual beliefs and for being one of the major pilgrimage for Hindus.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Amarnath Temple?
Q. How to Reach Amarnath Temple In Kashmir