Vaishno Devi Temple Jammu Snowfall Time

Vaishno Devi Temple Jammu

Vaishno Devi Temple is one of the most famous and oldest spiritual places among the pilgrims. It is located at an Altitude of 5,300 on Trikuta Mountain and 13.5 km away from the City Katra. This Holy Cave is Dedicated to Goddess Vaishnavi, the embodiment of Goddess Gori.¬†It is strongly believed that devotee only start your journey to visit Mata Vaishno Devi when he/she gets a call from Mata Rani. As it is said in Hindi- “Chalo Bulawa Aaya hai, Mata ne Bulaya hai”.

Every year Vaishno Devi Temple witnesses more than 8 million devotees, that’s why it the second most visited Temple in the Country. Vaishno Devi is open for the Devotees throughout the year. But the best time to start for the journey is summer season, from March to October. This time crowd is huge as this season is best for the visit, as this time is cool and pleasant.

Vaishno Devi Temple Jammu Snowfall Time

But if you want to witness snowfall, then you have to visit the Temple in either December end or whole January. The season is erratic this time. But it also depends on your luck, as there is no fixed day for the snowfall.

There could be no scope of snowfall in three days, but you could witness high snowfall on forth day. During Snowfall time, the Helicopter services are suspended. The snowfall is peace for eyes to see. In this time, the skies open up and the Katra and the surrounding areas are covered in snow.

But it is not advisable to vist the Temple during this season, as the Temperature reaches sub-zero level. Harsh Climate makes the journey difficult. It is strongly advisable to visit in this season if you are physically fit. Wearing heavy woollen clothes is advisable.

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