17,000 ft Shrikhand Mahadev Kailash Yatra is over.

The district administration today withdrew its four rescue posts set up along the Shrikhand Mahadev pilgrimage route for the convenience of pilgrims in the area.Deputy Superintendent of Police (Anni) Baldev Thakur said the temporary posts that had been set for the 10-day yatra before July 15 have now been withdrawn. He urged pilgrims to refrain from embarking on the yatra as it was officially over and in the absence of police and medical aid, they could land in trouble.Each year, thousands of devotees embark on the journey from Anni in Kullu district to pay obeisance to Lord Shiva at Shrikhand Mahadev, which is 17,000 feet above sea level. The district administration had set up four rescue posts at at Jaon, Singhad, Thachru, Bheem Dwar and Parvati Baag, to ensure safe journey for pilgrims during the 10-day Shrikhand Mahadev Kailash Yatra in Kullu.


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