Amarnath Yatra 2022: Board presents on-line puja companies for THESE devotees | Particulars

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Pilgrims on the way in which to Amarnath cave shrine, close to Chandanwari base camp, at Pahalgam in Anantnag district. 

Amarnath Yatra 2022: The Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) on saturday launched an internet portal for the devotees who couldn’t undertake the Amarnath Yatra this yr. These individuals can ebook digital puja, ‘hawan’ and ‘prasad’ on-line for a personalised expertise, officers stated. 

The web companies might be booked by means of the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) web site, www.shriamarnathjishrine.com, or by means of its cellular software which might be downloaded from the Google Play Retailer, the officers stated.

Puja and ‘hawan’ might be carried out by monks in a devotee’s identify and she or he can participate in them on-line. ‘Prasad’ might be delivered at their doorsteps, they stated.

“Maximising using accessible know-how and digitisation, the devotees could be let in a digital on-line room by means of Jio meet software whereby they will have a particular digital pooja and darshan of Lord Shiva,” SASB CEO Nitishwar Kumar stated.

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As soon as the reserving is completed, the SASB will share the hyperlink, date and time on the devotee’s registered cellular quantity or e-mail id, he stated.

The board has made an association with the postal division for dispatching ‘prasad’ inside 48 hours, he added.

Devotees must pay Rs 1,100 for digital puja, Rs 1,100 for ‘prasad’ reserving (with 5 gm silver coin of Shri Amarnathji), Rs 2,100 for ‘prasad’ reserving (with 10 gm silver coin) and Rs 5,100 for the particular ‘hawan’ or a mixture of any of the above.

The digital puja or ‘hawan’ could be carried out by the ‘pujaris’ on the cave shrine by announcing the identify and ‘gotra’ of the devotee together with chants of mantras and shlokas, the officers stated. 

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