Chardham Yatra 2023: So far 20 lakh devotees have visited, 40 lakh have registered
Chardham Yatra 2023: So far 20 lakh devotees have visited, 40 lakh have registered

Dehradun: With the opening of the doors of the Badrinath temple in this year's Chardham Yatra, a large number of devotees have gathered. According to the report, more than 20 lakh pilgrims have visited the Char Dham so far, while more than 40 lakh have registered. However, due to heavy rains and snowfall en route to Kedar Badri, the registration of Chardham Yatra from Haridwar and Rishikesh was closed till April 30.

According to government information, more than 60,000 pilgrims are arriving and visiting Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri Dham every day. The doors of Kedarnath temple were opened on April 25 and the Badrinath temple is open for devotees on April 27. According to the report, there is a record of 7.13 lakh pilgrims visiting the highest char dham in the past, but this time the record has already been broken. According to the Tourism Department, the Uttarakhand government has banned online registration till June 15 to prevent the rush of pilgrims.

According to the report, 5,80,185 pilgrims have visited Badrinath, 7,13,049 pilgrims have visited Kedarnath, 3,94,229 pilgrims have visited Gangotri, 3,64,420 pilgrims have visited Yamunotri and 22,691 pilgrims have visited Hemkund Sahib. The nodal officer of the yatra, RTO Sunil Sharma, has informed that more green cards have been made this year than last year and there is more  enthusiasm among the passengers than before.

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