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Duration 6 Nights 7 Days Amarnath Tour

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A Pilgrimage from Pahalgam The magical time to visit Pahalgam is during the July-August full moon, when a five-day pilgrimage is conducted to the sacred cave of Amarnath, at 12,700 feet, where Hindus worship what they call the lingam of Lord Shiva. This is a stalagmite that shrinks and grows according to
the full moon and the varying, unseen water supply). The pilgrimage, made on horseback, takes five days to cover the 27-mile (46.7-kilometer, round trip and is accompanied by members of the tourist board who provide facilities such as a medical van, cafeteria, and tents for sleeping. Although most Indians make the trip on foot, Westerners usually find it easier to rent a pack pony and ride a pony for Rs. 950 Per Day.
No meat is served and none is supposed to be eaten during the pilgrimage. The cave was discovered by a poor shepherd named Buta Malik who was searching for an Indian holy man, a sadhu who had given him a sack of coal. When Malik got home, he found the sack contained gold and, rushing back to thank his benefactor, stumbled across the cave. The sadhu was never seen again, but the cave has been a holy place ever since. Part of the donations made on the pilgrimage goes to Malik’s descendants, who still live in the area, and the remainder to the Dharm.

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