The yatra to the four dhams of Uttarakhand, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri, is starting from July 1 for Uttarakhand residents. For this, a guideline has been issued, according to which a limited number of devotees will be allowed to travel. According to Ravinath Raman, CEO of Uttarakhand Char Dham Devasthanam Board, people of the state will be allowed to visit at present. For this, people have to take approval from the district administration of the respective dham.

Must apply online for permission. Applications for the visit can be made on the district administration website. People will be able to make pilgrimage only after the travel pass is issued from the local administration. There will be darshan in all four dhams from 7 am to 7 pm. Free tokens will be given by the Devasthanam Board to visit. The token will have to be compulsorily taken for philosophy benefits. A maximum of 80 devotees will be able to visit Kedarnath in an hour.
Till now only the locals of Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli associated with Dham were approved. Even the entire district was not approved in Badrinath Dham. However, people of the region with the state’s containment zone will not be allowed to visit the Dhamas. Even quarantined people will not be allowed to go to Dham. People outside the state will not get any kind of approval. People must show ID as proof of their local resident. A very limited number of people will be given admission in Chardham.

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