Vaishno Devi darshan

Vaishno Devi darshan

General Information About tour



Mata Vaishno Devi and the Holy Cave is located in the Trikuta Mountain. The main Darshans remain to be of the three heads called the Holy Pindies. The uniqueness of the Holy Pindies is that although they emanate from one single rock form, each one is distinctly different from the other two in colour and texture.

 

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji is considered to be an incarnation of the three Supreme Energies. It is reiterated that Darshans inside the Holy Cave are in the form of natural rock formations called Pindies. There are no statues, pictures or idols inside. All along the track and at the Bhawan, there are many photographs explaining the nature of Darshans inside the Holy Cave. Yatries should observe these carefully since these are meant to guide them towards the final Darshans in the Holy Cave.  

 

Towards the right of the devotee is the Holy Pindi of Mata Maha Kali .

In the centre is the Holy Pindi of Mata Maha Lakshmi .

The Pindi to the extreme left of the viewer is worshipped as the Holy Pindi of Mata Maha Saraswati .


Best time for Yatra :

The Yatra to the Holy Shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi Ji is open throughout the year. The summer months of May, June and July and the festival period of Chaitra (spring) and Sharad-Ashwin(Autumn) Navratras and New Year vacations witness peak rush. As a result of this rush, devotees have to often wait for 12-20 hours before having Darshan.

 
Instead the monsoons and winters are good periods to plan a yatra. The winter months of December and January witness of snow fall .The original Holy Cave of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji is also open during the winters and Darshans through this cave is a unique mystical experience. If the average number of pilgrims during a period is less than 15,000-18,000 on any given day, one can expect a comfortable trip and a satisfying Darshan of the Holy Pindies.