Chardham Yatra 2022: This year’s Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand is expected to break previous records. To date, over 24 lakh pilgrims have visited, and 32 lakh have registered.
As of the start of the yatra season, there were around 24 lakh passengers, and more than 32 lakh pilgrims have registered themselves, making this year’s Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand a record-breaker. Given the circumstances, it is anticipated that there would be millions of passengers throughout this travel season. After the disaster in 2013 and Corona, this will be the first time. when there would be a lot of passengers. The government and dealers stand to gain significantly from this.
Due to the influx of pilgrims, employment is benefited;
Due to the influx of pilgrims, employment is benefited; Char Dham Yatra is a major factor in people’s livelihoods. Due to Corona’s absence from a trip the previous two years, the traders in this circumstance have been disappointed; however, this time around, their faces are also beaming as more enthusiasts than anticipated have arrived. The administration is also making efforts to make sure that no issues would arise for pilgrims traveling to Char Dham. The largest challenge arises when landslides occur on the Chardham Yatra routes during the monsoon season, which begins next month.
Before the monsoon, the government was busy preparing preparations.
Passengers experience numerous difficulties during the rainfall, thus all departments have been given instructions to make adjustments. The PWD department in particular has been told to mark the most delicate areas. where there are more landslides. According to Satpal Maharaj, the minister of tourism, this trip is going extremely well and the increase in passengers is a hint that the number of travellers will rise much more in the days to come.
Since the Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand began on May 3rd, 24 lakh pilgrims have travelled there. On May 3rd, the gates to Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham were first opened. On May 6, Baba Kedarnath’s doors were opened, and on May 8, Badrinath Dham’s doors were opened. Since then, more than 24 lakh pilgrims have travelled to all four dhams, and 32 lakh have signed up to participate in the Yatra. Many of these travelers have the desire to travel before the beginning of the rainy season. It is anticipated that this number will surpass 30 lakh passengers by the end of June. The administration is actively making plans because the mountainous areas have numerous difficulties during the rainy season.
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