Shri Mata Vaishno Devi


Vaishno Devi Temple

According to Hindu belief, is one of the holiest Hindu temples dedicated to Shakti, located on the hill of Vaishno Devi in   Jammu and Kashmir, India. The worship goddess of this religious place, Vaishno Devi is also commonly known as Mata Rani and Vaishnavi.
The temple is located near Katra Nagar in the Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir state. It is one of the most revered holy places in northern India. The temple is located at an altitude of 5,200 feet, about 12 kilometers (7.45 mi) from Katra. Every year, millions of devotees visit this temple and it is the second most visited pilgrimage site in India after Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. This temple is maintained by a trust called Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Tirtha Mandal.


A rail link from Udhampur to Katra has recently been constructed to reach here. The place of Mata Vaishno Devi is a major pilgrimage site for Hindus, where millions of devotees come from all over India and the world.

Popular Belief About Vaishnomata Mandir

There are many stories about Mata Vaishno Devi. According to a famous ancient belief, pleased by the devotion of Sridhar, the supreme devotee of the mother Vaishno, the mother kept her shame and gave proof of her existence to the world Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board.
According to the Hindu epic, Maa Vaishno Devi was born in Ratnakar Sagar in the south of India. His cosmic parents were childless for a long time. One night before the birth of the divine girl, Ratnakar vowed that whatever the girl wanted, they would never come to her wishes. Mother Vaishno Devi was called TRIKUTA in her childhood. He was later called Vaishnavi because he originated from the gotra of Lord Vishnu. When Trikuta was 9 years old, she asked her father for permission to do penance on the seashore. Trikuta prayed to Lord Vishnu as Rama. While searching for Sita, Shri Rama along with his army reached the shore. His eyes fell on this divine girl absorbed in deep divine meditation. Trikuta tells Sri Rama that she has accepted him as her husband. Sri Rama tells him that he has pledged to be faithful only to Sita in this incarnation. But God assured him that in Kali Yuga he would appear as Kalki and marry her. Meanwhile,  

Sri Rama asked Trikuta to meditate in a cave located in the Trikuta Range of the Manik Hills in North India. Mata decided to celebrate 'Navratri' for Shri Rama's victory against Ravana. Therefore, in the said context, people recite the Ramayana during the 9 days of Navratri. Shri Rama promised that the whole world would sing praises to Mother Vaishno Devi. Trikuta will be famous as Vaishno Devi and will be immortal forever.

Over time, many stories about the Mother Goddess appeared. One such story is from Sridhar. Sridhar was a devotee of Maa Vaishno Devi. He lived in Hansli village, 2 km from present-day Katra city. Once mother saw him as a seductive young girl. The young girl asked the humble Pandit to organize a ‘Bhandara’ (a banquet for monks and devotees). The pundits went to the village and nearby places to invite people. He also invited 'Bhairav   Nath', a selfish demon. Bhairav   Nath asked Sridhar how he plans to meet the expectations. He reminded Sridhar of the bad consequences in the event of failure. As soon as Panditji drowned in worry, the divine girl appeared and said not to be disappointed, all arrangements have been made. He said that more than 360 devotees can be accommodated in small huts. According to him, a smooth event was organized at Bhandara with additional food and seating arrangements. Bhairav   Nath admitted that the girl had supernatural powers and decided to take further examination.

He followed that divine girl on the Trikuta hills. For 9 months Bhairav   Nath kept searching for the mysterious girl whom he believed to be an incarnation of the Goddess. Running away from Bhairava, the goddess fired an arrow at the earth, causing the water to burst. This river is known as Banganga. It is believed that bathing in Banganga (Baan: Baan) washes away all sins of those who obey the Mother Goddess. There are footprints of the goddess-mother on the banks of the river called Charan Paduka, which still exists today. After this, Vaishno Devi took refuge in the Garbha Griha near Adhakwari in June, where she meditated for 9 months and attained spiritual knowledge and powers. His practice ended after Bhairava sought him. When Bhairava tried to kill them, Vaishno Devi took the form of Maha Kali.

Mata Vaishno Devi appeared at the gate of the holy cave in the court. Devi decorated Bhairav with such power that his skull fell 2.5 km from the holy cave to a place called Bhairav   Valley.
Bhairav apologized while dying. Devi knew that Bhairava's main purpose behind attacking her was to attain salvation. He not only freed Bhairava from the cycle of rebirth, but also granted him the boon that to ensure that the pilgrimage was completed by the devotee, it would be necessary to visit the holy cave after visiting the Mother Goddess. Also, visit the nearby Bhairav   Nath Temple. Meanwhile, Vaishno Devi assumed the shape of a rock with three bodies (head) and meditated forever.

Meanwhile, Pandit Sridhar became impatient. He went towards the Trikuta Mountain by the same path he had dreamed. Finally they reached the entrance to the cave. He made the worship of 'bodies' his routine in many ways. Devi was pleased with his worship. He appeared and blessed her. Since then, Sridhar and his descendants have been worshiping the Mata Vaishno Devi.

Beginning of Vaishno Devi Journey

The journey of Goddess Vaishno Devi starts from Katra. Most travelers start their journey by resting here. The process of offering of pilgrims for the darshan of Mata lasts all night. It is from Katra that one gets a free travel slip to visit the mother.
Only after taking this slip can you start climbing from Katra to the court of Maa Vaishno. Three hours after taking this slip you have to enter the 'Baan Ganga' checkpoint before climbing and you can start climbing only after checking the luggage there. If you do not make an entry at the check post until 6 hours after taking the travel slip, your trip slip is canceled. Therefore, it is convenient to take a travel slip when starting the journey.

Refreshments and food is served throughout the journey. In this arduous climb, you can relax a bit and drink tea, coffee and start your journey again with the same enthusiasm. 'Clock room' facility is also available at Katra, Bhawan and many places of climbing above the building, in which passengers can easily carry their luggage at a fixed fee.
Katra is 2500 Feet above sea level. This is the last place you can access the latest modes of transport (except helicopters). There is a building (sacred cave of Mata Vaishno Devi) on a steep climb of 14 km from Katra. There is a temple of Bhairavnath 3 km from the building. Pittu, palanquin and horse facilities are also available on rent for climbing Bhairavnath temple from the building.
Travelers wishing to visit Mata in a short time can also avail helicopter facility. After spending around 700 to 1000 rupees, visitors can reach the chopper (a few km from Bhairavnath temple) from Katra.

Nowadays a battery car has also been introduced for climbing from Ardhanari to Mata Vaishnodevi Bhawan, in which about 4 to 5 passengers can sit together. Some devotees go on foot to visit Mata's cave and some hire a sedan, horse or puppet to make this easy climb easy.

To raise young children for climbing, you can book rented locals who climb their children on their backs for a fixed fee. A palanquin, PITTU or horse costs from 250 to 1000 rupees for a person to climb from Katra to Bhavan (the holy cave of mother Vaishno Devi). In addition, you will have to pay an additional fee to sit with young children or overweight individuals.

History and Mythology of Vaishno Devi Cave Temple

The world-famous and ancient temple of Vaishno Devi is located on the hills near Katra Nagar in Jammu region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. These hills are called Trikuta hill. The temple of Matarani is situated here at an elevation of about 5,200 feet. It is the second most visited religious pilgrimage site in India after Tirumala Venkateswara Temple.

Temple Introduction

A cave located on the hills of Trikuta has three self-styled idols of the goddess Vaishno Devi. Goddess Kali (right), Saraswati (left) and Lakshmi (middle) reside in the cave at Pindi. The tangible form of these three bodies is called Vaishno Devi Mata. This place is called Mother's Building. The length of the sacred cave is 98 feet. A large platform has been built in this cave. Mother's seat is on this platform where Goddess Trikuta lives with her mother.

The building is the place where Mata killed Bhairavnath. Bhairo's body is present in front of the ancient cave and his head flew three kilometers away in Bhairo Valley and the body remained here. The place where the head fell, is today called the 'temple of Bhairavnath'. It is from Katra itself that the foot-climb of Vaishno Devi begins which is about 13 kilometers from the building and 14.5 kilometers to Bhairav Temple.
Know these mysterious things related to the cave of Goddess Vaishno Devi.

Legend of The Temple

There are many legends about the temple. Once upon seeing a beautiful girl on the hill of Trikuta, Bhairavnath ran to catch her. The girl then turned to the wind and flew towards Trikuta Mountain. Bhairavnath also ran after him. It is believed that Pawanaputra approached Hanuman to protect his mother. When Hanuman ji felt thirsty, at his request, Mother took out an arrow from the bow and washed her hair in that water. Then, while entering the cave in a cave there, Mother meditated for nine months. Hanuman ji protected him.

Then Bhairav Nath came there and threatened. During that time a monk told Bhairavnath that the one whom you consider a girl is Adishakti Jagadamba, so give up the pursuit of that superpower. Bhairavnath did not listen to the monk. Mata then made her way from the cave to the other side. Famous cave is known as Ardhkumari or Ardhkumari. The stepmother of Ardhakumari's first mother is also Paduka. This is the place where Mata visited and visited Bhairavnath.
Finally, outside the cave, the girl assumed the form of a goddess and went back to the cave, asking Bhairavnath to return, but Bhairavnath did not listen and entered the cave. Seeing this, Hanuman, the guardian of Mata's cave, challenged her to battle and the two fought. Seeing no end to the war, Mata Vaishnavi killed Bhairavnath by taking the form of Mahakali.

Story of Behind The Vaishnomata Temple

The above story is also associated with Shridhar, a devotee of Vaishno Devi. More than 700 years ago, Sridhar, the supreme devotee of Maa Vaishnavi, lived in Hansali village, some distance from Katra. He was childless and poor. But he thought that one day he would keep his mother's stock. One day Sridhar invited all the nearby villagers to receive the prasadam and on the day of Bhandare, Sridhar requested everyone to go home in turn so that they could get food and cook the food and it was served to the guests on Bhandare. Feed to Can. The number of people who helped him was not enough as the guests were few.

He was wondering how Bhandara would be with so little stuff. A day before Bhandare, Sridhar was unable to sleep even for a moment, wondering how he would be able to serve food to the guests. He was beset with problems by morning and he was now searching for the Mother Goddess. He sat outside his hut for worship, by noon the guests had started coming, seeing Sridhar worshiping, he sat there where the place was seen. All the people easily sat in the small hut of Sridhar.

Sridhar opened his eyes and thought how to feed them all, then he saw a little girl named Vaishnavi coming out of the hut. He came by the grace of God, he was serving delicious food to all, and Bhandara was very well endowed. After Bhandare, Sridhar was anxious to learn about Vaishnava’s small battle, but Vaishnavi disappeared and no one was seen after that. After several days, Sridhar had a dream of that little girl, it became clear that the mother was Vaishno Devi. The girl, who came in the form of Mata Rani, told him about the cave and gave him the boon of four sons. Sridhar is happy once again and sets out in search of mother's cave and after a few days, he finds that cave. From then on, devotees started going there to see Mother, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board.

Know The Story Of Maa Vaishno Devi Temple And Its Glory

Vaishnodevi is the holiest Hindu temple, dedicated to Goddess Shakti. The temple is situated on a hill in Jammu and Kashmir, India.
The story and glory of the Maa Vaishnodevi temple is believed to have been built about 700 years ago by the Brahmin priest Pandit Sridhar, who built the Maa Vaishnodevi temple. She had true reverence for the mother when she was poor. His dream was to one day have a Bhandara (food supply for a group of individuals), an auspicious day dedicated to Mother Vaishno Devi and Sridhar invited all the villagers around to receive the Prasad.

On the day of Bhandare, Sridhar again requested everyone to go home so that they would get the cooking material and he could cook and feed the guests on the Bhandare day. The number of people who helped him was not enough as the guests were few.

As the day of the shop was getting closer, the troubles of Pandit Sridhar were also increasing. He was wondering how Bhandara would be with so little stuff. The day before Bhandare, Sridhar was unable to sleep even for a moment, wondering how he would be able to provide food to the guests, with so little material and so little space… both had a problem.

He was beset with problems by morning and he was now searching for the Mother Goddess. He sat outside his hut for worship, by noon the guests had started coming, seeing Sridhar worshiping, he sat there where the place was seen. All the people sat easily in the small hut of Sridhar and there was still plenty of space left.

Bhairavnath Temple

It is believed that the place where Maa Vaishno Devi killed Bhairavnath is famous as 'Bhavan'. In this place the Goddess Kali (right), Saraswati (left) and Lakshmi (middle) inhabit the cave as Pindi, this tangible form of these three bodies is called the form of Vaishno Devi.
According to popular belief, the place where his head fell 3 km from Bhavnath after killing Bhairavnath is today known as 'Temple of Bhairavnath'. It is said that after his slaughter, Bhairavnath repented of his mistake and apologized to the goddess. According to belief, Vaishno Devi gave a boon to Bhairavnath saying that "My darshan will not be considered complete, unless a devotee will see you after me." This temple is located near the Vaishnodevi temple.

Why the Journey of Vaishnodevi Mata is Considered Incomplete without a Visit to Bhairavnath!

Darshan of Bhairavnath - Vaishno Devi temple located in Katra in Jammu district is one of the major temples of Hindus.
This temple is situated at an altitude of 5,200 feet. It is said about this temple that when Mata Rani is called, only then one can go there and every wish sought by the true mind fulfills Mata Rani.
The special thing about Vaishno Devi is that Katra has a very beautiful route of about 12 km.

Mata Rani is in a cave on Trikuta Mountain. Vaishno Devi Temple has three stops, first is Ardhkumari Cave, second is Mata Rani's building and third is Bhairavnath Temple. Yes, the journey of Vaishno Devi would not have been complete without the darshan of Bhairavnath.

Visions of Bhairavnath

What is True Behind This?

There are many stories about Mata Vaishno Devi. According to an old belief, Sridhar, a devotee of Mata Vaishno, kept a storehouse of Mata in his village and invited all villagers and saints to come to Bhandare. For the first time, the villagers could not believe that Shridhar Bhandara, a poor Brahmin. Sridhar also invited Bhairavnath along with his disciples. In Bhandare, Bhairavnath spoke of consuming meat and liquor instead of KHEER-PURI at Sridhar's refusal.

Mata Vaishno Devi came to Bhandare as a girl to look after her devotee Sridhar. 

Mata Vaishno Devi, who was disguised as a girl, tried to convince Bhairavnath who was adamant on demanding meat and liquor, but Bhairavnath did not accept her. When Bhairavnath wanted to capture the girl, the girl ran from there to Trikuta and Vaishno Devi and the girl called Hanuman ji and said that I will do penance for nine months with Bhairavnath in this cave.
Hanuman played nine months with Bhairavnath to protect Mata outside this cave.

Today this sacred cave is known as 'Ardhquari'. Ardhkumari also has Mata's Charan Paduka. This is the place where Mother saw and visited Bhairavnath. It is said that Hanuman was with mother Vaishno Devi at that time to protect the mother queen.

Slaughter of Bhairavnath
Vaishno Devi killed Bhairavnath on the Trikuta Mountain, the place where her head fell 3 km away from the mother's house after killing Bhairavnath, today the place is known as 'Temple of Bhairavnath'. It is said that after his slaughter, Bhairavnath repented of his mistake and apologized to Mata Rani. Mata Rani gave Bhairavnath a higher position than her and said that the journey of a devotee which you will not see after my darshan.

This is the reason that people go to see Bhairav   Baba after seeing Goddess Vaishno Devi.
If you too are planning a visit to Vaishno Devi, first visit Ardhkumari Cave, then Mata Ka Bhawan and finally Bhairavnath, Mata Rani.

Vaishno Devi Tourism

Why is Vaishno Devi Famous?

Due to the hills and pilgrimage sites, they always visit throughout the year.

Scenic Spots
1. Mata Vaishno Devi Temple
2. Charan Paduka Temple
3. Ardh Kumari (Ardhkuwari)
4. Banganga Temple
5. Jahan Kosha
6. Charan Ganga

Jammu Beautiful Charm Place on Earth

The city, known as Jammu or Durgadesh, is the winter capital of the state of Kashmir. The natural beauty of the place attracts tourists from all over. The city is believed to have been founded by King Lochan in the 8th century. Jammu has a large Muslim population but the number of temples is higher than in other states. For this reason, Jammu is called the city of temples. World-famous pilgrimage sites like Vaishno Devi Dham, Bahu Fort, Amar Mahal, etc. have a peaceful desire to attract tourists here. Jammu is located south of the Great Himalayan Range and north of the Punjab plains. The lower regions of Jammu are rich in walnut and oak forests, while cedar trees are forested in the north.

Pilgrimage in Jammu - Apart from Vaishno Devi, travelers who come to Jammu are sure to visit Vaishno Devi, Raghunath Temple Mubarak Mandi Palace, Mansar Lake, Bahu Fort and Amar Mahal. Vaishno Devi Temple is actually a cave dedicated to the Hindu goddess Vaishno Devi. The idols of the Goddess in three different forms are the main attraction of tourists, including Mahakali Devi of Death and Time, Mahasaraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge, and Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Splendor. The Raghunath Temple, which was built by Maharaja Ranbir Singh and his father Rose Vas, is also the main tourist attraction for the people visiting here. This is the main pilgrimage here, which is built in the Mughalia style. What's more, when you are in Jammu, you should visit the Mubarak Mandi Palace, which was built by the Dogra dynasties. The specialty of this palace is that this palace was built in Rajasthan, Mughal and European style.

The Sheesh Mahal built in the temple complex of this palace is another attraction of this place. The Mansar Lake flowing here is considered very sacred by the people here, so you must see it. There is also a temple of Sheshnag situated on the banks of this lake situated amidst dense forests. You can also see it, this temple is dedicated to Sheshnag, the king of snakes. The Bahu Fort here is also a major tourist attraction, built 300 years ago by King Bahu Lochan, this fort reflects the Solar Dynasty. There is a beautiful lawn on the side of this fort which is known as Bagh-e-Bahu. Another major tourist attraction near the Bahu Fort is the Bavi Mata Temple dedicated to the Goddess of Time and Death. Other places located here include Pir Baba Dargah, Surinsar Lake Pir Kho Cave Jiyarat Pir Meetha, and Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary. Being well connected to the country and abroad and excellent accommodation, people like to visit Jammu in summer. Come to Jammu and buy dry fruit and see the samples of handicraft workmanship and get it as per your choice.

To reach Jammu tourists can easily reach this destination via airways, railways or roadways. Jammu Airport is the domestic airport here which is well connected to other major cities of India. Jammu Tawi railway station is the nearest railway station that is connected to other major railway stations, tourists can easily get it from other cities like Pune, Chennai, and New Delhi. If tourists want to travel by road, they can come here from major cities including New Delhi, Ambala, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Shimla and Manali. Sometimes tourists visiting Jammu can also come here between October and March as the weather here is very pleasant.

    Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Pilgrimage Helicopter Ticket Booking

  Ø How to book Mata Vaishno Devi Yatra offline or from the           then Heli Ticket Counter

  Ø For helicopter tickets of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi pilgrimage,      please follow the step by step procedure described below


Note: It is important that you write the track ID number/trace number for reference in the direction of further communication.

After the transaction is completed or any problem you encounter during the transaction, it is necessary that you check the status of your transaction in the Bhakti area on the home page of the website.
The mere deduction of the amount by the respective bank of the devotee should not be considered confirmation for the reservation.
Failure Status and Refund - If the amount has been deducted by the bank and the transaction does not appear in the devout area, the transaction is unsuccessful (reservation is not allocated if the transaction is unsuccessful). In pursuance of this situation, the devotee is requested to get the transaction details, track ID number / trace number, user ID and transaction date online. @maavaishnodevi Send to .org to initiate the refund process.

Important Travel Instructions and Information About Helicopter Operations:
  Passengers are requested to report departure flights one hour before the scheduled departure time of the flight or at the reporting time indicated in the PTD.
·       Reporting passengers beyond these times will be treated as no show passengers and the helicopter operator stores will allocate seats to other passengers.
·       Children under 2 years of age will be taken free. However, these children will be taken into the lap of an adult. In relation to the dispute of the age of the infant, valid proof of age will be the deciding factor.
·    The helicopter will be operated as prescribed by DGCA and approved by ATC for clear visibility of weather conditions and range.
·       Usually 5-6 passengers are accommodated in one flight.
·                  The helipad is located at Udhampur Road, about 2 kilometers from the bus stand at Katra.
      The flight from Katra to Sri Mata Vaishno Devi (Sanjichhat Helipad) takes about 08 minutes.
·       Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan is about 2.5 km from Sanjichhat Helipad.
·       Once the helicopter has been booked, it is not allowed to delay/cancel the booking.
·       If the operation of the helicopter is canceled due to bad weather / technical reasons for the helicopter operators, the full fare is expected to be refunded.
·       After the ticket is booked is non-transferable.
·       In case of failure on the website of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, the procedure will be followed for return with Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board.

For Any Further Inquiries, Please Contact Here
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Pawan Hans - Telephone Number 01991-234658 or Email.
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Vande Bharat Express

Vande Bharat Express @ 160 KMPH: Now the journey of Vaishno Devi in just 8 hours, special features of the train

Vande Bharat Train (Vande Bharat Train) No. 22439 will open from New Delhi (New Delhi) at 6 am and reach Katra (Katra) at 2 pm.

For pilgrims going to Vaishno Devi, the semi-high speed train Vande Bharat Express (Vande Bharat Train) has started operating from today. The train will be up to 180 kilometers per hour. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted, a special honor for the people of Jammu on Navratri. As a convenience, devotees from 'Vande Bharat Express' in India will now reach Katra from Delhi in just 8 hours. This will boost the tourism of Jammu and Kashmir, while the pilgrimage will also be comfortable. Jai Mata Di! Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Ministers Piyush Goyal, Harsh Vardhan and Jitendra Singh flagged off the train at New Delhi station for Katra. Shah also said that Article 370 was the biggest stumbling block in the development of the state and within 10 years, the state would be one of the most developed regions of the country. Shah said, - Delhi-Katra Vande Bharat Express is huge for the development of Jammu and Kashmir and promoting religious tourism. '


@Narendra Modi
A special gift for the people of Jammu on Navratri. As per Indian facilities, devotees will now reach Katra from Delhi in just 8 hours with 'Dande Vande Bharat Express' in India. This will boost the tourism of Jammu and Kashmir, while the pilgrimage will also be comfortable. Hail parents!


Vande Bharat Express Train Fare And Time Table

Vande Bharat Train (Vande Bharat Train) No. 22439 will open from New Delhi (New Delhi) at 6 am and reach Katra (Katra) at 2 pm. At the same time, this train will open from Katra at 22440 and reach Delhi at 11 am. In the train (Vande Bharat Fare), Chair car (CC) costs Rs 1620 and for Executive Class (EC) class tickets are Rs 3015. 'Dynamic Fair' is not applicable in this. This fare system is also not applicable in Vande India running between Delhi and Varanasi. The train will stop at Ambala Cantt, Patna and Jammu Tawi tracks for two minutes. Vande Bharat Express will run all day except Tuesday.

What Are The Special Features Of This Train?

·       This train with 16 coaches i.e. gear will be chair car type.
·       Its body join is a steel car type.
·       Its maximum speed is kept at 160 kilometers per hour.
·       Its test speed was 180 kilometers per hour.
·       Its coaches will be completely sealed rather than connected to each other. All 16 coaches of the train will be connected to each other.
·       The driver, including the cab, will be fully air-cooled.
·       Doors will be attic with sliding footsteps.
·       The train will have a computer for train control and remote control.
·       This train will have half axle power. Every other coach will have powered.
·       Both drivers will be cabernet coaches (driving tail coaches or DTCs) with 44–44 minutes. These coaches belong to 2A coaches i.e. second AC.
·       There will be four training coaches (TCs) with 78–78 seats. These coaches belong to 2A coaches i.e. second AC.
·       The SE will be a motorcoach (MC), consisting of 78–78 minutes. These coaches belong to 2A coaches i.e. second AC.
·       There will be a non-driving telecom coach (NDTC), which will have 78 seats. These coaches belong to 2A coaches i.e. second AC.
·       There will be a Non-Driving Telecom Coach (NDTC), which will have 52 seats. This coach will be of executive class.
·       There will be a motorcoach, which will have 52 coaches. This coach will be of executive class.
·       A total of 1,128 passengers (44x2, 78x12, and 52x2) can travel on the train.
·       All coaches will have CCTV cameras.

Here are the Top Tourist Attractions to See in Vaishno Devi:

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Ardhkuwari Cave. 3.6 / 5. 2 km to go
Bhairavnath Temple, Mata Vaishnodevi. 5. 0 km to go...
Shopping at Vaishno Devi. 3.0 / 5. 0 km
Dera Baba Banda 3.3 / 5. 15 km...
Area. 3.5 / 5 Views
A photogenic place for photography. 5 km


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