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Temple Details

Temple Details


The Vaishno Devi temple is recognized as one of the "Shakti Peeths" of goddess ' Durga'.This holy shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi which is situated in the folds of mighty 'Tirkuta' Hills' attracts lakhs of devotees from all parts of India and abroad .

Mata Vaishno Devi People who visit the shrine constitute a heterogeneous profile comprising of wealthy & poor, aged & young, males & females from within and outside the country. The Shrine of goddess 'Vaishno Devi' is reached by an arduous climb. .

The scenic beauty, the landscape around and the constant chanting of 'Jai Mata Di', leaves a mystic effect on the devotees. At the culmination of their pilgrimage the devotees are blessed with the 'Darshans' of the deity in her three manifestations as three Pindies, located inside the sanctum- sanatorium, which is open for the devotees through out the year in all seasons. .

It is truly a spiritually uplifting experience to witness the faith of the devotees, who are motivated to the heart by three words being chanted since the ages.

"Jai Mata Di"

Mata Vaishno Devi Yatra will begin from August 16. The government has announced this. Along with this, the government has also issued guidelines. Along with this, rules have also been issued. If you are going, then it is very important to know the rules. Due to Corona virus, many types of rules have been made. There will be no permission to sit in the aarti. Children will not be able to travel for 10 years. Travelers will not be able to stay at night in Mata’s building

Vaishnodevi ji pilgrimage to have a ceiling of maximum 5000 pilgrims per day till September 30

The journey on the building route will be closed at night.

– Children below the age of 10 years will not be able to travel at present.

– It will be necessary to wear masks during the journey. You will not be able to travel without it.

– There will be no permission for the devotees to sit in the divine aarti to be held in the morning of the mother’s house.

– For the time being the devotees stay overnight at the Mata Bhawan, there will be a ban.

For pilgrims coming from outside jammu and Kashmir,the protocol of 100 percent compulsory COVID-19 antigen testing,as laid down in government order No-71-JK(DMRRR)of 2020