“The team of Hindustan left for the train from Rudraprayag in the early hours on Tuesday, Gaurikund. The team reached Gaurikund after a two and a half hour journey. There was a lot of excitement here. There was a gathering of trains on the parking lot. A large number of pilgrims were preparing to begin the journey. Someone was talking to the horse mules, so someone was imposing their belongings.
Some dandhi-sponge people were also preparing to take the passengers and some were left. There was a crowd at the shops, people were buying food and necessities. At nine o’clock in the morning, members of the team started the journey from Gaurikund. The path was a bit faint, there was no obstacle. Shops were coming in every two to three km intervals.
Noodles, tea, biscuits, bakery items, snacks, water etc. were easily found in front of food and drink. There was a crowd of travelers at every store. Seeing the passengers, the visitors looked lonely at the faces.
Women and children included in reverent.
Visitors from all over the country are becoming part of the journey. The number of children and women in them was not low. Everyone was moving forward by shouting Jay Baba Kedar, a bomb blast. The tunes of the bell bound in the middle of the horse were being raised in the middle of the middle. After the Flood of 2013, there was a break on the Kedarnath Nath Yatra. Four years later, the journey in this destroyed area has again become worthwhile.
The pedestrian is not bad anywhere. Visitors can easily walk on the widest path. A different way has been drawn from the shore for horse-mules. Intermediate waiting rooms have also been built somewhere. Where you can overcome your fatigue. Drinking water arrangements throughout the day are also good.
The route from Lanchole to Kedarnath.
Jangalchatti is four kilometers from Gaurikund, then it takes place in Rambara and then the next stop falls in Linchauli. This place is 11 km away from Gaurikund, after reaching a distance of seven kilometers from Linchauli, the team reached Kedarnath shrine at six o’clock in the evening, there was light rain at that time.
Among the Kedarnath Dham from Lynchauli, the Nehru Mountaineering Institute has made a four-meter wide seamendent path, in which the devotees can now easily reach Kedarnath Dham. On the other hand, it was pleasant to arrive at the Dham, and in the midst of exhaustion, the revered Baba Kedar’s eyes appeared to be keen. Dham arrangements also came out
Chief Minister sees the arrangement in Kedarnath.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat reviewed various arrangements in Kedarnath Dham. The Chief Minister went to the medical center set up in Kedarnath and inquired about available medicines and essential medical devices available from the medical team stationed there. Residential complexes built for the devotees were also taken into account.
The Chief Minister also inspected the arrangements of drinking water, electricity, food, etc. He also met the devotees who came to Kedarnath and also received a Tweetback about the arrangements made in Kedarnath. The devotees, while expressing their satisfaction over the arrangements, said that there is an illuminating feeling in Kedarnath Dham.
The Chief Minister instructed the officials that devotees coming to Kedarnath should not have any inconvenience. The devotees walk with good vocabulary with them. Cabinet Minister Satpal Maharaj, Dr. Dhansingh Rawat, Commissioner of Garhwal Mandal, District Magistrate Rudraprayag and other officials were present on the occasion.
How to reach Kedarnath?
Kedarnath Dham is situated in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. The basecamp of Haridwar and Rishikesh Chardham yatra. Gaurikund is 211 kilometers away from Rishikesh. From here, you can reach Kedarnath’s Dham by walking distance of 18 km.