Amarnath Pilgrim Trek

Amarnath Pilgrim Trek

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Located at: Amarnath
Jammu & Kashmir, India

It is the way to the holy shrine. You can take horses or ponies, but the best is enjoyed on trek. The colours of the surroundings will fill state of peace in your mind, that will add the lively spring in your feet so to climb up the mountains. There are many milestone points where you can stay and eat.

Ticket / Cost / Expenses:NA
Time people usually take to experience:48 hours

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Visit Amarnath Pilgrim Trek in Amarnath

Amarnath Pilgrim Trek

It is the way to the holy shrine. You can take horses or ponies, but the best is enjoyed on trek. The colours of the surroundings will fill state of peace in your mind, that will add the lively spring in your feet so to climb up the mountains. There are many milestone points where you can stay and eat.
Ticket / Cost / Expenses:NA
Time people usually take to experience:48 hours
Visit Sheshnag Lake in Amarnath

Sheshnag Lake

he Sheshnag Lake is the famous lake that all Amartnath Yatris are likely to visit on route to the Amarnath Shrine. It nestles in the higher reaches of the Himalayas in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, and situated at an elevation of 12,000 feet above the mean sea level. The Lake derives its name from the Hindu mythology that considers Sheshnag as the primal being of creation and King of the Nagas, or the serpent God with six heads. Locals believe that Sheshnag dug this lake way back in time and even today, Sheshnag lives in the waters of the lake.
Ticket / Cost / Expenses:NA
Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Visit Amarnath Temple in Amarnath

Amarnath Temple

Inside the main Amarnath cave is an ice stalagmite resembling the Shiva Linga, which waxes during May to August and gradually wanes thereafter. This lingam is said to grow and shrink with the phases of the moon, reaching its height during the summer festival. According to Hindu mythology, this is the cave where Shiva explained the secret of life and eternity to his divine consort Parvati. There are two other ice formations representing Parvati and Shiva’s son, Ganesha.
Ticket / Cost / Expenses:NA
Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Content of this page was last updated at Mar 6, 2016