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Hindus celebrate their incredible faith in divine  presence by setting on long pilgrimage tours to the holy shrines of the...
The common believe is that one who sets on the journey neverreturns home empty handed for the loving and nurturing Goddess...
Vaishno Devi Temple: The temple is recognized as one of the"Shakti Peeths" of Goddess and thus is believed to be having di...
The13 kilometer long challenging trek is covered by thousands ofdevotees each year with the sole aim to have one glimpse o...
One can even opt for taxis or tourist vans for traveling to and froThese cabs and busses take about 2 hours to reach Katra...
Vaishno Devi Yatra apart from being a physical journey is Devisfenêtre more of a spiritual journey, a journey which challe...
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  1. 1. Hindus celebrate their incredible faith in divine presence by setting on long pilgrimage tours to the holy shrines of their deities. To pay tribute toGoddess Shakti thousands of devout pilgrims set on Vaishno Devi Yatra in the hills of Jammu andKashmir. The temple of Goddess Vaishno Devi isone of the holiest shrines in India and is located at an elevation of approx 5200 feet. As per the legend Goddess Vaishno Devi spent time at thecave where her temple is built in todays time and this was where she merged with the SupremeEnergies. Following the common myth thousands of pilgrims set on Vaishno Devi tours hoping to attain their desires and to ultimately attain Nirvana.Devis fenêtre
  2. 2. The common believe is that one who sets on the journey neverreturns home empty handed for the loving and nurturing Goddessalways fulfills all their desires Thus chanting name of their deitypilgrims take this taxing journey up in the hills to have just oneglimpse of the goddesss image The Legend: Goddess Vaishnavi isbelieved to be the manifestation of spiritual strength of GoddessMaha Laxmi, Goddess Maha Kali and Goddess Maha Saraswati Asper the common legend the cave is where Goddess spent some timeand that the vibrations of her presence can still be felt inside thecave
  3. 3. Vaishno Devi Temple: The temple is recognized as one of the"Shakti Peeths" of Goddess and thus is believed to be having divinequalities Situated in the folds of Tirkuta Hills the temple is wherepeople visit irrespective of their color, caste or creed and are alltreated equally On Vaishno Devi tours constant chanting of JaiMata Di fills the scenic ambiance with rejuvenating energiesrenouncing mind, body and soul from all the fatigue The cave wherethe temple of Goddess Vaishnavi is located is believed to be whereone gets rid of all the impurities and is granted wishes
  4. 4. The13 kilometer long challenging trek is covered by thousands ofdevotees each year with the sole aim to have one glimpse of theirgoddess whose divine presence can be felt all around the regionWays to Reach Vaishno Devi Temple: Nearest railway station andairport is located in Jammu which is approximately 50 km from BaseCamp at Katra Regular Deluxe busses are plying from both airportand railway station
  5. 5. One can even opt for taxis or tourist vans for traveling to and froThese cabs and busses take about 2 hours to reach Katra and thehired cabs leave for Katra in every 10 minutes Helicopter ride fromKatra to Snjichhat is one of the easiest and fastest mode oftransportation opted mainly by elderly people
  6. 6. Vaishno Devi Yatra apart from being a physical journey is Devisfenêtre more of a spiritual journey, a journey which challenges onesfaith and love for their beloved deity Thus leaving all the materialcomforts and luxuries pilgrims from around the world undertake thisjourney with a hope to get them fulfilled by the blessings of GoddessVaishnavi
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