The number of pilgrims for the annual Char Dham Yatra has significantly increased in 2017, an official of the Uttarakhand government said on Wednesday.
The natural calamity had left the pilgrims worried about their safety. Those who braved the odds found the new route tough and the roads in poor shape, deterring many.
However, in 2017, there has been a turnaround and in the first ten days alone, 2.21 lakh pilgrims have already visited the Badrinath-Kedarnath shrines, the official said. Read More…
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