In this article, we will provide you with information about the Amarnath Yatra registration date for 2023. Opening and Closing Date of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra.

Amarnath Yatra is a major religious pilgrimage for Hindus. The journey of Amarnath is done to have a glimpse of the naturally made Shiva Linga of Lord Shiva. This journey is very difficult. There are two ways to complete this yatra. One starts from Pehelgaam and another one from Sonmarg Baltaal. The route from Pehelgaam is simple and convenient. The route from Sonmarg is just 14 KM, but it is very difficult and has security concerns as well. People who follow this route do so at their own risk, and the government of India is not responsible for any mishaps on this route.

Pahalgam is at a distance of 315 KM from Jammu. The Yatra on foot starts from here. The first stop is at Chandanwari, which is 8 kilometres from Pahalgam. The devotees spend the first night here. On the next morning, they resume the yatra for Pissoo Ghati along the Lidder River. This part of the yatra is simple as compared to the rest of the yatra.

The next stop from Chandanwari is Sheshnaag. The route is dangerous and has a steep height. One can see Pissoo Ghati here. This area is very dangerous. There are many beautiful lakes of blue water coming out of hills. The devotees spend the night here and resume their third-day yatra from here.

Panchtarni is at a distance of 8 miles from Sheshnaag. One has to cross Baivwell and Mahagunass on the way to Sheshnaag. The place gets its name because of the five small rivers that flow here. It is surrounded by high hills from all the sides. The devotees have to be extra careful here because of the lack of oxygen at this place.

The holy cave is at a distance of only 8KM from here. The whole route is covered in ice all along the way. This route is very difficult. One forgets all the tiredness as soon as he reaches the holy cave and attains spiritual bliss upon witnessing the Shiva-linga made of natural ice.

Necessary documents for Amarnath Yatra

  1. Medical certificate issued by the doctor 
  2. Four passport size photographs.
  3. Aadhaar card or any identity card issued by the government.

Age Limit for Amarnath Yatra 2023

There are also some age restrictions for the Amarnath Yatra. No one below 13 years of age or above 75 years of age can take part in Amarnath Yatra. There is a ban on Amarnath Yatra for women who are more than 6 weeks pregnant. 

Preparing for Travel

Devotees are advised to keep with them warm clothes, medicines and light snacks in adequate amount. It is also advised to keep torch, match, fireworks, polythene. Also to keep following the directions from security forces and advisory from govt of India.

Amarnath Yatra 2023 date, schedule, and Registration

Start Date Second week of April 2023 (Tentative).
Last Date Last week of April 2023 (Tentative)
Amarnath Yatra Schedule Last week of June 2023 – Second week of August 2023 (41 Days).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Amarnath Yatra 2023

Q. How can I register for Amarnath Yatra Online 2023?

Ans. You can register on the official website of the Amarnath Shrine Board. Also, you can contact us and we can help you to register for Amarnath Yatra.

Q. How can I book Amarnath Yatra 2023?

Ans: You can book Amarnath Yatra 2023 with us. At Holidays Hunt, we offer a wide range of Amarnath tour packages with which you can embark on the holy sojourn of the abode of Lord Shiva.


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