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Vaishno Devi
Pilgrimage of Mata Vaishno Devi is said to be one of the holiest pilgrims in world. Sri Mata Vaishno Devi resides in a cave and the cave is situated in the three peaked mountain called as Trikoot. Lakhs of devotees pay homage to Mata Vaishnodevi Ji every year. Mata Vaishnodevi fulfills all the wishes of her devotees and now the number of devotees have exceeded to 5 million every year. Devotees coming to Vaishno Devi are not only from India but also from abroad.

The holy cave of Mata Vaishnodevi Ji is located at the height of 5200 FT. Devotees mostly stay at Katra and take on the walk of 12 km. There is no idol of Mata Vaishno Devi inside the cave, there are only three rocks called as Pindies. Darshans for Mata Vaishnodevi Ji is opened 24 hours throughout the year.

The management of the devotees and regulation of the shrine is under Mata Vaishnodevi Ji Shrine Board formed in 1986. Mata Vaishnodevi Ji Shrine Board has done many activities for comforts of devotees and development of the place. Rs125 crore has been spent for the developmental activities. Mata Vaishno Devi Ji Shrine board continues to invest all the donations and offerings received by the Darashanyatri for the improvements of facilities.

It's a strong believe that you cannot reach Vaishno Devi without the call of Mata. When Mata Vaishnodevi calls you, then you are bounded to visit her place for love and blessings. Many of the Yatris have faced this experience, so we cannot call it a belief. Whenever and wherever you are if Mata Vaishnodevi calls you, then you will definitely reach there and if she does not call you whatever you do you cannot reach the place. So you have to wait for Mata Vaishno Devi Ji call. There is a popular slogan for this said as “Maan Aap Bulandi”, which means the “mother herself calls”. When Maa Vaishno Devi calls someone, then the person successfully completes the journey with her blessings. So whenever you get the call you will reach to Mata Vaishno Devi Ji.