The Chhattisgarh

Beyond The Region

Kedarnath Temple Gets Wrapped Under Blanket of Heavy Snow, Police Issues Advisory | India News

Kedarnath Temple Will get Wrapped Underneath Blanket of Heavy Snow, Police Points Advisory | Information

Kedarnath: After receiving heavy snowfall, Kedarnath Dham obtained wrapped in a blanket of snow, officers knowledgeable on Monday (January 30). Snow has collected as much as 4 ft, as there was steady snowfall within the Kedarnath area since Sunday evening. Heavy snow could be witnessed on the premises of the Dham and the encompassing hills, they mentioned. In the meantime, the Uttarkashi Police within the state issued an advisory for the residents, alerting them to journey with warning by means of the varied highways. 

Additionally learn: 2 Yogis meditate bare-chested in Kedarnath amid heavy snowfall. Twitter is shocked – Watch video

The Uttarkashi Police in a tweet mentioned, “On account of rain and snowfall, the Gangotri Nationwide Freeway is obstructed above Sukki High as a result of particles coming close to Dharasu band and Bandarkot. The Yamunotri Nationwide Freeway is blocked above Jankichatti and Radi High. Roads are blocked elsewhere as properly. Please journey with warning.” 

बारिश व बर्फवारी से गंगोत्री राष्ट्रीय राजमार्ग धरासू बैण्ड व बन्दरकोट के पास मलवा आने एवं बर्फवारी से सुक्की टॉप से ऊपर बाधित है। यमुनोत्री राष्ट्रीय राजमार्ग जानकीचट्टी से ऊपर एवं राड़ी टॉप बाधित है।अन्य जगहों पर भी कहीं कहीं पर मार्ग अवरुद्ध हैं। कृपया सावधानी पूर्वक सफर करें।
— Uttarkashi Police Uttarakhand (@UttarkashiPol) January 30, 2023

Notably, the doorways of Kedarnath Dham will open on April 26 and people of Gangotri and Yamunotri will open on April 22, after winter break, knowledgeable the temple committee on January 27. The doorways of Shri Badrinath Dham will open the next day, on April 27. Preparations for the `Char Dham Yatra` additionally began as quickly because the date of opening of the doorways of Kedarnath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri was fastened. The shrine is without doubt one of the 4 historical pilgrimage websites known as `Char Dham` which additionally contains Yamunotri, Gangotri, and Badrinath. 

(With inputs from ANI)