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Amarnath yatra 2011

The annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave shrine in Jammu and Kashmir that attracts more than half a million pilgrims each year, will be held from June 29 to Aug 13, the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) has announced the yatra date on Friday.

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Amarnath Yatra 2011 Dates - June 29 to Aug 13

Festival : The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Saturday foiled a terror plot to attack pilgrims undertaking Amarnath yatra. CRPF personnel defused three IEDs (improvised explosive devices) that were kept in a bus. The incident occurred in Kazikund on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway hen a bus with around 45 Amarnath pilgrims was returning to Jammu. The bus conductor noticed some suspicious bags and immediately alerted the security officials. The area was immediately cordoned off by CRPF personnel and a bomb squad was called in. The IEDs were placed inside three pressure cookers and were remote controlled. It is suspected that RDX was used to make the three bombs.
Writen by : Shiva , Date :Monday - 01 August 2011 Report / Delete
The 46-day-long annual Amarnath pilgrimage began on Tuesday amid tight security arrangements as the first batch of 2096 pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar base camp here for Yatra to the 13,500 feet high cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas. Escorted by police and para-military personnel, a cavalcade of 73 vehicles carrying the pilgrims was flagged off by the Minister for Tourism and Culture Nawang Rigzin Jora from here at around 5:30 am. Chanting religious hymns, the pilgrims comprising 1,369 men, 421 women, 110 children and 196 Sadhus left in 49 buses and 24 Light Motor Vehicles for Pahalgam and Baltal base camps in Kashmir. They will start their onward journey towards the cave shrine from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes Wednesday morning. “We want to congratulate the people on this auspicious occasion as the Amarnath pilgrimage has begun from here today. We have flagged off the first batch of pilgrims for the cave shrine. The administration has made all arrangements for the smooth conduct of the Yatra,” Jora told reporters. “Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) chairman N N Vohra and myself have taken stock of the situation on both routes of Baltal and Pahalgam and conditions are quite congenial to conduct the Yatra,” Jora said, adding “We are expecting that over 5 lakh pilgrims will visit the cave shrine this year.” “The road opening parties, quick reaction teams and mobile rescue teams have been positioned at several places to deal with any exigencies,” he said.
Writen by : shivaNesan , Date :Tuesday - 28 June 2011 Report / Delete
On Apr 29 The VHP said in Jammu that it will start the two-month long Amarnath yatra on its scheduled date of June 15 instead of June 29 as announced by Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra. VHP told that they will not abide by the announcement of the state Governor to start the yatra from June 29. The date of the yatra should always be left to Hindu priests.
Writen by : Lokesh , Date :Tuesday - 03 May 2011 Report / Delete
The yatra booking can be done at JK bank all over india or through online. You can select route A or Route B based on your physical condition and desire to walk etc.
Writen by : ShivKumar , Date :Monday - 18 April 2011 Report / Delete
Baba Yatri Niyas, an organisation associated with the Amarnath Yatra, today( 2011 Apr 7) appealed to Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to look into the Amarnath Shrine Board's decision of reducing the pilgrimage's duration from 60 to 45 days.
Writen by : Shiva Shankar , Date :Monday - 11 April 2011 Report / Delete
Concerned at the rising number of deaths of pilgrims to the Amarnath shrine in Jammu and Kashmir, Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, which organises the yatra, has decided to cut back the annual pilgrimage to 45 days from the current two months. This year, the yatra will begin on June 29 when snow starts melting along the treacherous route to the cave shrine up up in the Himalayas in south Kashmir. Emphasising the need for a "pragmatic schedule", the board, at a meeting chaired by Governor N N Vohra, who is also the chairman of the board, noted that last year also, the yatra started only by June end due to bad weather. The board also noted that during the last 15 years, the yatra has varied from 15 to 60 days and about 85 per cent of pilgrims visit the shrine during the first 30 days.
Writen by : PriyaDharshini , Date :Tuesday - 08 March 2011 Report / Delete
Kindly let me know the amarnath yatra dates for the year 2011.
Writen by : Sushil , Date :Friday - 25 February 2011 Report / Delete

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Writen by : srinivas , Date :Tuesday - 05 April 2011 Report / Delete

Tourist Places : Srinagar 2011-0712:Three more pilgrims died of cardiac arrest enroute the 3,880 metre high Amarnath cave shrine in south Kashmir, taking the death toll during the ongoing yatra to 41, officials said. Ramesh Bhai Patel (57) and Khatri Tinu Bhai (60), both residents of Gujarat, died on Monday night at the shrine and Baltal base camp respectively, the officials said. They said another pilgrim, Sharad Kumar (61) of Hyderabad, died at Brarimarg along the Baltal cave route on Monday. With the death of the three pilgrims the toll during the yatra has risen to 41.
Writen by : Raj , Date :Tuesday - 12 July 2011 Report / Delete

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