New Delhi: The limit of pilgrims visiting Mata Vaishno Devi pilgrimage has increased from 1st November to 7000 to 15000 per day. Earlier only 7000 people were allowed because of the corona. During the nine days of Navratri, more than 39,000 devotees have visited Mata Vaishno Devi on the hill of Trikuta in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The influx of devotees in Navratri
At least 39,974 pilgrims from different parts of the country along with the state reached the court of Mata Vaishno Devi between October 17 and October 25, shrine officials said. Officials said, 15,764 pilgrims from Jammu and Kashmir and 24,210 pilgrims from other parts of the country arrived.
Officials said that during Navratri, the Shrine Board had made proper arrangements for pilgrims near the Holy Cave. The board had arranged 24-hour water and power supply as well as shops related to sanitizers, medicines, and fast food.
Also, the board launched the Mata Vaishno Devi mobile app, which can be launched from the Google Play store, to avoid any difficulty for the pilgrims.