Char Dham Yatra 2021

5000 Pilgrims visited Chardham, Over 42000 epass issued



Chardham Yatra footfalls

Chardham Yatra footfalls

More than 42 thousand e-passes have been issued for Chardham Yatra so far. Over 5000 pilgrims have visited Chardham Temples in first 2 days. Covid-19 protocol is being followed during the Chardham Yatra. Devotees are not allowed to bath in the pools located in the Char Dham. Garhwal Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Management Board Ravinath Raman said that on Sunday 1645 e-passes have been issued for Chardham Temples, 2160 for Kedarnath, 788 for Gangotri and 598 for Yamunotri Darshan.



Over 42000 e-passes have been issued in first two days of Chardham Yatra. For Badrinath Dham 9989, Kedarnath 18934, Gangotri 4727, Yamunotri 4361 e-passes have been issued. Chardham e-passes are being issued continuously. 5000 pilgrims have visited the Char dhams till Sunday afternoon. Sardar Sewa Singh from Govind Ghat Gurdwara told the Devasthanam Board that 72 devotees reached Gurudwara Hemkund on Sunday to offer prayers.

Fixed Number of Devotees in Chardham

A total of 800 devotees have been allowed to visit Kedarnath, 1000 in Badrinath, 600 in Gangotri, and 400 in Yamunotri Dham every day.

Registration for Chardham Yatra mandatory

For Chardham Yatra, it is mandatory for devotees from outside Uttarakhand to register in Dehradun Smart City Portal http://smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in. Pilgrims can get Chardham e-Pass on Devasthanam Board’s website www.devasthanam.uk.gov.in or http://badrinah-Kedarnath.uk.gov.in for each devotee. Pilgrims need to submit a Covid negative report or certificate of double dose of vaccine to get e-Pass. The people of Uttarakhand state do not need to register in the Smart City Portal.

Police at Chardham route

Police force has been deployed for Chardham Yatra arrangements located in Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts of Uttarakhand. Police is keeping an eye on the entry routes of the Char dhams including Munikireti, Devprayag, Tehri, Uttarkashi, Barkot, Rudraprayag, Sonprayag, Joshimath, Pandukeshwar.

Pilgrims also visiting other places

The media in-charge of Devasthanam Board, Dr. Harish Gaur told that apart from Chardham, pilgrims are also visiting second Kedar Rudranath, third Kedar Tungnath, fourth Kedar Rudranath and Panch Badri, Yoga Badri Pandukeshwar, Dhyan Badri Urgam, Bhavishya Badri Subhai (Joshimath), Vriddha Badri Animath.



Published Date: September 20, 2021

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A Nagory

We have been trying from past 4 days to e register for the yatra for October. But it does not move beyond 0.

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