Kheer Bhawani yatra started in Jammu from today

 security arrangements were made tight in view of the situation

Jammu kheer Bhawani Devi: Tight security arrangements have been made for the Jammu kheer Bhawani Yatra. This time more than 8,400 devotees are involved in the Yatra.

Kheer Bhawani yatra started in Jammu from today, security arrangements were made tight in view of the situation

Kheer Bhawani Yatra

Kheer Bhawani Mandir: The annual festival is celebrated every year at the Mata kheer Bhawani temple located in Tulmul village of Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. kheer Bhawani yatra is held before the festival in kheer Bhawani temple. This is a special festival of the Kashmiri Pandit community. The people here worship Mata kheer Bhawani Devi as their patron goddess.

Kheer Bhavani Yatra

Today on 12th June, kheer Bhavani yatra has started from Jammu. Kashmiri Pandits participate in this Yatra. This time more than 8,400 devotees are involved in this Yatra. In view of the situation in Kashmir, security arrangements have been made for kheer Bhavani Yatra. Let us tell you that last Sunday, there was a terrorist attack on a bus of pilgrims going to vaishno devi temple. After which security forces have been deployed here.

The idol of Lord vishnu remains in the lake for 40 years here, darshan is very rare

Kheer Bhavani festival will be held on 14th June

Mata kheer Bhavani Annual festival will start on 14th June. kheer Bhavani festival is celebrated every year on the Ashtami date of Jyeshtha month. kheer Bhawani mela will be held in Tullamulla, Tikkar, Mata Tripursundari Devsar and kheer Bhawani Manzgam in Kashmir.

Strict security arrangements for devotees

Let us tell you that, in view of the terrorist attack on a bus of pilgrims in Reasi district recently, strict arrangements have been made for the devotees here. Kashmiri Pandits from all over the country will reach here during the two-day festival.Security convoys have been arranged to bring the devotees from Jammu to the temple located in Tullamulla in Ganderbal district. Similar security arrangements will remain even after the festival ends. Security forces have also been deployed around the temple premises.

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