The annual Amarnath Yatra concluded in Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha performed Samapan Pooja, which marks the end of the yatra. He thanked all stakeholders and citizens for making this difficult yatra hassle-free for pilgrims. More than three lakh people took part in this year's pilgrimage. The 43-day long yatra commenced on June 30 from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes. Barring a cloudburst, the yatra passed off


This year's yatra witnessed improved facilities for pilgrims. For the first time, every pilgrim was given a radio frequency identification (RFID) card to help track their movement. The RFID tags proved beneficial in tracking pilgrims after the cloudburst.

The Yatra was held this year after a gap of two years. The pilgrimage could not be held in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19 curbs.

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