vaishno devi katra

Maa Vaishno Devi In Katra

August 28, 2020

Vaishno Devi is one of India’s most revered temple in North India. Vaishno Devi known as Mata Rani, Trikuta, Amba and Vaishnavi is the embodiment of the “The Mother of Goddess. According to Hindu religion, in the Tretayug when earth was burdened by the wicked and tyrannical rule of the demons, the Goddess Vaishnavi was created when Gauri, Lakshmi and Sarasvati. This Shrine is lovely called Vaishnavi Devi, where millions of devotees go every year to get the blessing of their Mother Goddess.

1.Vaishno Devi Temple – Vaishno Devi temple was located in Trikuta hills. Vaishno Devi town is name of the famous Vaishno devi Mandir. Popularly known as Mata Rani, Vaishnavi and to pay their respect to Mata Rani. Vaishno Devi is said to be Moonh Maangi Muradein Poori Karne Wali Mata. Maa Vaishno Devi darshan in the holy cave is in the form of three formed rock which are known as Pindies. These Pindies are three forms of the Goddess as Maha Kali, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Sarasvati. Vaishno Devi is a religious trekking destination which is managed by the holy Shrine board incepted in 1986. The whole way is decently, paved with lots of shops selling snacks, food and religious goods. Devotees believed goddess herself calls the devotees to reach here.

2.Bhairavanath Temple – The cave temple of Bhairavanath is dedicated to Baba Bhairavanath and constructed at the complete without having visited Bhairavanath  Mandir, Kaal Bhairavanath was killed by Maa Vaishnavi and during his last breath, he represented his sins, then the Goddess forgave him and said that the pilgrimage to Vaishno Devi will be complet without visiting the Bhairavanath Temple. There is also a Ropeway from Vaishno Devi temple to Bhairavanth temple at a cost of INR 100 person.

3.Ardhkuwari – Mata Vaishno Devi is believed to have meditation in the Ardhkuwari for 9 months before beheading the demon Bhairavanth. Ardhkuwari acts as a stopover for the pilgrims on their journey up to the Bhavan. Ardhkuwari is also known as Garbagoon cave, the cave shape of resembles a mother’s womb. When Mata Vaishnavi killed Bhairavanth his head fly off into the valley while his body remained in the Ardhkuwari cave. You can see a large Shrine which is built dedicated to the three goddess, Maha Kali, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Sarasvati.

4.Dera Baba Banda – It is renowned for housing the ashes of Baba Banda Bahadur who was the commanding solider of Guru Gobind Singh’s army. Being one of the important religious centres in Kashmir. Gurudwara Dera Baba Banda attracts a huge number of pilgrims, especially during the three days Vaishakhi Mela. The architecture of the Gurudwara is stunning with the interior walls glinting in the textures of golden shade.

5.Katra – Katra is a small town in the foothills of Trikuta Mountain. Katra is famous for the base camp for visiting the Shrine of Viashno Devi. Katra was located in the Uddhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir, the Prime attractions of Katra is Vaishno Devi. Katra is worth visiting,if you are not a pilgrimage because attractions like the Bangange, the Chenab river, and a large amount of peak around offer great places for mountain climbing and family outings.

6.Pahalgam – Pahalgam is situated in the Lidder Valley, is stunning location in jammu and Kashmir. The mountains are lush with greenery and if you plan to visit during the winters, you will find snowfall here which makes this a place look straight out of a Disney movie. You are sure to fall in love with the stunning beauty of this localty which makes it an idyllic honeymoon. This amazing Hill city to understand how beautiful Kashmir can be in places.

7.Tulian Lake – The Tulian Lake is located in the middle of the Zanskar River and the pir panjal mountain range. The journey to lake through the mountains path is quite an adventure and it is one of the best way to experience the beauty of Kashmir. You will find many Barren hills and rugged roads here and they are great for off road biking, it will show you different aspects of Kashmir.

8.SrinagarSrinagar is capital of Kashmir. The city an the mountains is truly one a kind and there are so many things to look forward to. You will love the serenity of the city and its colorful vibe and will be able to recollect your strengthe before you head to the more rigorous journey to Katra. Shopping in Srinagar is a truly special experience as you get to indulge is authentic Kashmir stitched shawls and pashminas.

9.Ban Ganga – Once Mata Vaishnavi going towards her abode in the cave when the monkey accompanying her felt thristy. With no water around, Maa shot an arrow in the earth our of which the Ganga sprang up that gave it the name Ban Ganga. It is also called Bal Ganga, as it is believed that Maa washer her hair in it. Bal or Ban Ganga offers relaxation to devotees while one the trek to the Devi’s Temple,

10.Baba Dhansar – The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva with an interesting legends associated with it. Apart from the beautiful temple with attracts tourist at this place are a series of marvellous waterfall and lush greenery all around, there are plenty to awesome home stays, it is located less then 13kilometer from Katra.

11.Himkoti – It is a great place to relax and have a picnic with family, your pilgrimage to holy shrines to rest and admire the nature of beauty of Himkoti, the splendid views of the hills station near Katra. Home to awe striking natural gifts, Himkoti can be easily counted as one of the best Katra tourist places.“If you want visit Maa Vaishno Devi our company  provides complete Tour  Package, book online from our site and gets instant discount”

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