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Char Dham Yatra Latest Updates Live: Offline Registrations Closed Till 19th, Ban on Mobile Reels

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Char Dham Yatra Latest Updates Live: Offline Registrations Closed Till 19th, Ban on Mobile Reels

Chardham Yatra ban on mobile reels: In a press release, the Uttarakhand Tourism Department announced that to ensure the safety of previously registered pilgrims and facilitate smooth darshan, the offline counters opened in Haridwar and Rishikesh will remain closed from 17th to 19th May.

Here are the key details related to the matter:

  1. Due to the heavy influx of devotees at the Char Dhams, the Uttarakhand government has decided not to facilitate VIP darshan and to keep offline registrations in Haridwar and Rishikesh closed till 19th May.

  2. The Char Dham Yatra 2024 started on 10th May. According to official data, by Wednesday, 3,34,732 devotees from India and abroad had visited the shrines within the first six days. Registrations for the Char Dhams began on 25th April, and by Thursday evening, over 27 lakh pilgrims had registered.

  3. Chief Secretary of the state, Radha Raturi, in a letter to the chief secretaries of all states and union territories, mentioned that due to the unexpected number of pilgrims in the early days, VIP darshan will not be facilitated until 31st May to manage the crowd better.

  4. The Chief Secretary has also issued orders prohibiting the creation of videos and reels for social media within a 50-meter radius of the temple premises at all four Dhams.

  5. She stated that some travelers were making videos and reels within the temple premises, which led to crowding at a single spot, causing inconvenience to devotees wanting to have darshan.

  6. Radha Raturi said, “The Chief Minister reviewed the arrangements for Char Dham in Dehradun. He directed that no videos or reels should be made within a 50-meter radius of the temple premises to respect the religious sentiments of the devotees.”

  7. The Chief Secretary clarified that while mobile phones are not banned, making videos or reels is not permitted.

  8. The administration has also decided that pilgrims arriving at the Char Dhams without registration will be sent back.

  9. This year, 11 people have died during the Char Dham Yatra so far. Last year, approximately 200 pilgrims died during the Yatra. According to the data released by the government post last year’s Yatra, 96 people died in Kedarnath, 34 in Yamunotri Dham, 29 in Gangotri Dham, 33 in Badrinath Dham, 7 in Hemkund Sahib, and 1 on the Gaumukh trek.

  10. The Yatra to Yamunotri Dham, situated at an altitude of 10,804 feet in Uttarkashi district, and Kedarnath Dham began on Akshaya Tritiya on Friday. Meanwhile, the Badrinath Dham gates were opened on 12th May. By 15th May, 59,158 pilgrims had visited Yamunotri, 51,378 had visited Gangotri, 1,26,306 had visited Kedarnath, and 39,574 had visited Badrinath.

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