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Janmashtami being celebrated in different parts of India

AMN Janmashtami is being celebrated in different parts of the country today. It marks the birth of Lord Krishna.  On the occasion, devotees throng the temples to offer prayers to Lord Krishna. Janmashtami was celebrated in many parts of Uttar Pradesh including Mathura yesterday. In Mathura, the birth place of Lord Krishna, the temples are … Continue reading Janmashtami being celebrated in different parts of India

Annual Amarnath yatra ends

AMN The annual Amarnath yatra in Jammu and Kashmir concluded today on the occasion of Shrawan Purnima that coincides with the Raksha Bandhan. On Raksha Bandhan coinciding with Shrawan Purnima today, the last batch of Yatris will offer obeisance at the holy cave and will have darshan of ice lingam. During 39 days of Yatra … Continue reading Annual Amarnath yatra ends

Insurance cover for Amarnath pilgrims raised to Rs 3 lakh

The Amarnathji Shrine Board has decided to enhance the group insurance cover for the pilgrims and service providers from existing Rs one lakh to Rs three lakh. The board manages the annual yatra to the 3,880 metre high holy cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas. Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra, who … Continue reading Insurance cover for Amarnath pilgrims raised to Rs 3 lakh

Odisha: Thousands of devotees throng Puri to witness Jagannath Rath Yatra

A large number of devotees continued to pour in today at the holy town Puri to witness the world famous chariot festival of Lord Jagannath and his siblings. The pulling of the three chariots of Lord Jagannath, his brother Balram and sister Subhadra were called off yesterday as the evening set in. Presiding deities resumed … Continue reading Odisha: Thousands of devotees throng Puri to witness Jagannath Rath Yatra

Jagannath Puri chariot festival begins

Odisha biggest annual festival of Rath Yatra or Chariot Festival at Puri commences today. This is one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals of the country as well as the whole world. The famous festival that is celebrated usually in the month of June-July commences when the chariots of Lord Jagannath accompanied by his elder … Continue reading Jagannath Puri chariot festival begins

Amarnath Yatra: NDMA conducts mock exercises to check preparedness

AMN National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) today conducted mock exercises simulating various disaster scenarios, along the Amarnath Yatra route. It was an effort to improve preparedness and response mechanisms in the event of a disaster during the upcoming Yatra. The annual Amarnath Yatra to the cave shrine in south Kashmir will begin from June 29 … Continue reading Amarnath Yatra: NDMA conducts mock exercises to check preparedness

Essence of Eid ul-Fitr

By Mohammed Shoeb Alqasmi The moments of pleasure and cheerfulness always play an important role in human life. Festivals bring happiness not only to family but whole society and the nation. Weak and poor too feel a sense of strength and cheerfulness on the auspicious occasions. Eid ul-Fitr or simply Eid too is such an … Continue reading Essence of Eid ul-Fitr

First batch of 58 pilgrims on Kailash Mansarovar Yatra flagged off

AMN External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today flagged off the first batch of 58 pilgrims to the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra for the season. Speaking on the occasion, Ms Swaraj appealed to the pilgrims to keep an eye on cleanliness while on the way to the Mount Kailash. She also appealed to pilgrims to be more … Continue reading First batch of 58 pilgrims on Kailash Mansarovar Yatra flagged off

Amarnath pilgrims have to furnish medical certificates

AMN People who wish to trek to the Amarnath shrine must furnish medical certificates and those below 13 or above 75 years of age will not be allowed to join the pilgrimage. Besides, no woman more than six weeks pregnant will be registered for the pilgrimage. Amarnathji Shrine Board which conducts the annual pilgrimage has … Continue reading Amarnath pilgrims have to furnish medical certificates

Indonesia: Women Islamic clerics asks govt to check child marriage

Women Islamic clerics in Indonesia have issued an fatwa against child marriage. The fatwa, which is not legally binding but will be influential, was issued after a three-day Congress of female clerics in the country. They urged the government to raise the minimum legal age for women to marry to 18 from the current 16. … Continue reading Indonesia: Women Islamic clerics asks govt to check child marriage

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