Introduction to Tourist Attraction in Amaranth
The term 'Amaranth' is a sign of an immortal God where Amar means 'Immortal' something which is eternal and Nath refers to 'God'. The pilgrimage tour to Amaranth involves huge courage and zeal. Many tourists from all over the world come every year to discover this exotic place and feel connected to their god. It is a holy place and all the Hindu disciples show their participation in this tour by spending their vacations in the caves of Amarnath.
The area of Amarnath temple is not hurdle free as, it requires great efforts because it includes rock cult temples which depict the affluent cultural heritage of India. Before joining the holy tour to Amaranth, one needs to be physically fit to cover this journey full of pebbles and rocks. We should be grateful to the Government of India that ones desire of visiting the temple and spending fruitful vacations gets accomplished coming over here.
Various Tourist Attractions in Amarnath
A traveler always wants that the place he is about to move in should have some beautiful attractions , the view of which he would love to capture in his camera. Similarly, the Amaranth offers stupendous tourist attractions. As the caves of Amarnath are built at the height of 150 meters high and are 90 feet long, it tempts the tourists. The snow falling on these caves and form the shape of different deities amazed us. The Shiva lingam impresses the tourists completely as it is considered as the true picture of Lord Shiva. The beautiful family paintings of Lord Shiva in center surrounded by son Lord Ganesha on the left and wife Mata Parvati on the right are very faboulous.
Last, but not the least, the old Shankaracharya Temple is so beautiful that we feel blessed and fortunate to have a chance of its visit once in our lifetime. We will find both Hindu and Muslims admiring the Hazrathbal shrine on the banks of Dal Lake.
The best part of the tour to Amarnath and the attractions are for all the sections of society and move them completely.