new Delhi. Kailash Mansarovar Yatra will become easy from next year. Devotees will not have to walk on foot during the journey. The entire journey will be motorable. That is, devotees will be able to reach Kailash Mansarovar directly from Dharchula by vehicle. Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari gave information in this regard in the Parliament. He said that after the construction of the road, the movement of devotees as well as security forces and local citizens will be easy.
At present, it takes four to five days to reach Kailash Mansarovar from Dharchula. During this, devotees have to stop at night and walk on the way. The Border Road Organization is paving the Ghattabagad-Lipulekh road of strategic importance connecting the China border. After the completion of this road, devotees will be able to reach Kailash Mansarovar from Dharchula in a few hours.
Union Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari told in the Lok Sabha that the road construction work will be completed by December 2023. The construction of the road from Garbadhar to Lipulekh was started in the year 2006. Then the target was set to complete the work of this road by the year 2012, but due to the odd geographical conditions, the road could not be cut on time. Modern machines were brought there by helicopter to cut extremely hard rocks at Malpa and other places.
After long efforts of BRO, the cutting work of this 95 km long Ghattabagad-Lipulekh road connecting China border has been completed in June 2020. In Dharchula, one part of the international border is with Nepal and the other with China. Border out posts have been made on the border to keep an eye on the enemy. Before the road was built, from logistics to other essential goods for the soldiers of the army were transported by horse mules. It takes four days to reach the border from Dharchula. With the construction of the road, the supply will become easier. Along with the migration villages of the valley Bundi, Garbyang, Napalchu, Gunji, Nabi, Ronkang, Kuti, along with Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, Kailash, Om Parvat, Indo-China trade will also be facilitated.
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the journey now
The pilgrims coming from any corner of the country reach Dharchula via Pithoragarh or Almora. Then 35 kms. They reach Mangti Nala by boarding the trains. Jipti-Gala 8 km from here. They reach on foot and have to spend the night here. 27 kms on the second day. On foot they reach Budi via Ghatiyabagar, Lakhanpur, Najanggad, Malpa, Lamari. This is the second stop. 17 kms on the third day. On the third and fourth nights, the body has to stay here to adjust according to the weather and get medical examination done. Nabidang 18 kms via Kalapani on the fifth day. travel of. After spending the night here, they reach Lipulekh, from where they enter the Chinese border.
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journey after the road is paved
Dharchula will be able to start the journey the next day after staying overnight and from here the pilgrims will be able to cover 74 km in a single day. The journey will be completed in about 6 hours by trains and will reach Gunji. Next day will reach Gunji after traveling for 3 hours. In this way the journey can be completed in a few hours.
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