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Now your wait for visiting Char Dham Yatra 2021 is over as Nainital High Court removes the ban on Char Dham Yatra and asks pilgrims to strictly follow the Covid-19 rules.
On June 26th, the High Court decided to close this yatra because of the increasing cases of deadly virus coronavirus. Chardham yatra is open and now the government has issued a new SOP for traveling.
Although, no pilgrims will be allowed to take a holy dip in any springs of the temples. There is also a limit on the number of devotees visiting the different temples covered under the Char Dham Yatra.
You need to know that every day only 800 visitors will be allowed to visit Kedarnath Dham, 1200 devotees in Badrinath Dham, 600 devotees in Gangotri as well as 400 pilgrims in Yamunotri.
In the Chardham yatra latest news, it is also mentioned that it is compulsory for all the visitors to carry their negative COVID test report along with a vaccination certificate.
Chardham Yatra that covers the route of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri is considered extremely fortunate and blessed yatra by Hindus. People from around the globe come here to take the blessings and get rid of their immoralities and pave their trail towards an eventual goal of life i.e., Moksha.
However, if you are planning for this yatra then the registration process has started and you can get your bookings done and selecting the Chardham yatra package accordingly.
There are also several tour & travel companies that offer Chardham yatra taxi service, making it easy for elder people to visit the temples and seek the blessings of God.
So, what are you waiting for? Book an affordable Char Dham yatra package today.
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