Amarnath Yatra Tour Package by Helicopter (from Pahalgam)
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
Destination Covered: Srinagar – Pahalgam – Panjtarni – Amarnath Cave – Panjtarni – Pahalgam – Srinagar
Sri Amarnath Yatra is one of the most important pilgrimage centers for Hindus, especially for the followers of Lord Shiva. The shrine however is not accessible all throughout the year owing to the harsh weather conditions.
Visiting the Amarnath Cave is not an easy task, due to rocky terrain and high altitude, but Amarnath Yatra by Helicopter Tour from Pahalgam will make your visit an easier one and less time-consuming. That’s not all; the tour also includes sightseeing of beautiful Srinagar.
Amarnath – Shiva, in the form of a lingam, is formed naturally of an ice – stalagmite One of the holy trinity, Shiva is a living god. The most ancient and sacred book of India, the Rig Veda evokes his presence in its hymns. Vedic myths, ritual and even astronomy testify to his existence from the dawn of time.
Shiva is known to have made his home in the Himalayas. He built no house nor shelter, not for himself or his bride. He was an ascetic, and yet married; he could be both for “he was the wild god sporting in the forest or taking his ease on a cloud.”
Legend has it that Shiva recounted to Parvati the secret of creation in the Amarnathji cave. Unknown to them, a pair of mating pigeons eavesdropped on this conversation and having learned the secret, are reborn again and again, and have made the cave their eternal abode.
Tourism in Amarnath
In Hinduism the three most essential Gods are Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Preserver and Shiva the Destroyer. Shiva is said in the Rig Veda – one of the most punctual religious books of India and keeps on being adored to the present day. Shiva is delineated as a plain clad in a deerskin. He conveys a trident and is joined by his partner, the female god Parvati, and his child, the elephant-headed God Ganesha.
As indicated by legend, Shiva was requested that by Parvati reveal to her the mystery of everlasting status. He opposed for quite a while, however her rehashed request prompted his consenting to uncover the key to her. They made a trip to a disconnected area in the Himalayas, where nobody could catch the mystery. In transit Shiva left Nandi the Bull, at Pahalgam (Bail gaon). He discharged the moon from his hair at Chandanwari. At Sheshnag crest, he discharged his snakes and Ganesh was abandoned at Mahagunas Hill (Mahaganesh Hill). At Panchtarni, Shiva deserted the five components (Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Sky) and joined by Parvati entered the give in. Here he ruminated situated on his deer skin. To guarantee that no living animal heard the mystery he made a fire to crush all life around him and after that started to uncover the mystery of everlasting status to Parvati. However a pigeon’s egg covered up underneath Shiva’s deerskin remined unharmed by the fire. A couple of pigeons, who caught the mystery of interminability, were conceived from this egg and even today explorers who visit the blessed buckle can see a couple of pigeons settling here. Since the mystery of eternality (Amar Katha) was uncovered inside this surrender, it came to be known as Amarnath.
The atmosphere along the course to the Amarnath Cave is extremely icy. Despite the fact that days might be bright, rain or snowfall may happen whenever. The night temperature can drop to – 5 Degrees Celcius.
Each voyager must be enlisted with the legislature before beginning the Amarnath Yatra
Just physically fit travelers should endeavor the Amarnath Yatra.
Adjust yourself for a day at the base camp before starting the trek. The elevation can cause breathing issues while voyaging.
All pioneers should convey satisfactory warm dress.
Explorers should convey feeding sustenance, for example, dry organic products, chocolates and so forth., to devour on the excursion
Happy with strolling shoes, a mobile stick, burn, waterproof shell, windcheater and therapeutic unit are basic supplies on the Amarnath Yatra
Convey enough cash to pay for any extra needs.
Pay notice to notice signs about falling rocks or torrential slides. Just go with an accomplished guide, and with a gathering of pioneers.
Amarnath Yatra Tour Package
All yatris must be enrolled with the Jammu and Kashmir Government and are issued an enlistment cum-personality slip, which they should convey with them constantly.
Area for Amarnath Yatra Tour Package
The blessed holy place of Amarnath is arranged 145 km from Srinagar, the capital of the North Indian province of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated at a height of 3888 m above ocean level, the Amarnath Cave is viewed as blessed by Hindus. Consistently a mammoth stalagmite or mainstay of ice in the state of a phallus, shapes inside this surrender. This ice column is loved as a lingam – an image of Shiva – and a huge number of explorers head out over the mountains to implore at the sacred Amarnath give in altar, in July and August consistently.
Amarnath Yatra Route (Amarnath Yatra Tour Package)
Around 150,000 travelers attempt the Amarnath Yatra consistently. A minister conveying the Chari Mubarak or sacred staff of Shiva, drives the yatris up to the buckle. There are 2 courses to the sacred Amarnath Cave. The courses are as per the following:
Highway 1: Srinagar – Pahalgam – Chandanwari – Pissu Top – Sheshnag – Panchtarni – Amarnath
Highway 2: Srinagar – Sonamarg – Baltal – Domail – Barari – Amarnath
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On your arrival in Srinagar meet our tour representative and get transferred Pahalgam. On reaching Pahalgam, check-in at your pre-booked hotel and relax. Stay overnight in the hotel.
On the second day of the tour, you are transferred to Panjtarni by helicopter, from where you can either choose to hire a horse or palki or walk to reach the holy shrine of Amarnath.
Once done with darshans, return to Panjtarni by either walking, or hiring a palki or horse. From Panjtarni proceed to Pahalgam by helicopter. From Pahalgam, you are transferred to Srinagar by road. Check in at your hotel on reaching Srinagar and relax. Overnight stay in the hotel in Srinagar.
On the third day of the Amarnath Yatra by Helicopter Tour, get ready for Srinagar sightseeing, after breakfast. The sites to be visited include the popular Mughal Gardens, Shrinagar’s prime attraction.
Mughal Gardens’ Nishat Bagh and Shalimar Bagh are most famed. Nishat Bagh or the Garden of Pleasure was built in 1636 by Asif Jha and the Shalimar Bagh or the Abode of Love dates back to 1619 when Jahangir commissioned it for his beloved wife, Nur Jahan. Any tour to Srinagar is incomplete if it doesn’t include Shikara Ride, thus you cruise on Dal Lake aboard the traditional houseboats of Kashmir. Please note, the cost of boat-ride is not included in the itinerary.
Return to your room for dinner and overnight stay.
Have your breakfast and check-out from the hotel. You get a timely transfer to Srinagar Airport for your onward journey.