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  • Please ensure that you are physically and mentally fit to perform the journey as the Yatra involves trekking at an altitude of 1,4000ft. Get yourself medically examined and certified fit for the journey and forward the certificate to the registering authority designated for your area of residence.
  • Always keep a slip in your pocket with your Name, Address and the name of accompanying Yatri.
  • Carry dry eatable stocks with you viz. biscuits, Sugar, Candies, chocolates, milk powder, assorted dry fruits, pickles, honey, lemons and tinned foods and other items suiting your palates. Water bottle, spoons, tumblers, saucers and plates may also be carried.
  • Ration and firewood quota is also made available en route and can be purchased.
  • Do carry sufficient heavy wollens including sweaters, woollen thermal body warmers, trousers, monkey caps, mufflers and any other cold fighting apparels. Other items needed to be carried are wind cheaters, raincoats, sleeping bags, blankets, water proof shoes with sufficient grips, small water proof tents, torch with sufficient batteries and walking sticks. Ladies are advised to avoid sarees. Instead body hugging clothing like Salwar Kamiz, pants, etc are advised.
  • Move slowly and steadily, as this is an arduous pilgrimage and maintain discipline. Instructions of Yatra officer should be adhered to. Various officials are deployed by the Government of India for your help.
  • Registered ponywalla, porter, dandyman may only be hired. They are available for prefixed tarrifs.
  • Ponies carrying luggage and eatables should remain with you all the time. At no point of time should you get out of touch with them. This is to avoid inconvenience.
  • All medical facilities during Yatra are free. It is advisable to carry your own personal medical kit and First aid box.
  • Don’t attempt short cuts on the route as it is very dangerous.
  • Alcohol is strictly prohibited
  • All medical facilities during Yatra are free. It is advisable to carry your own personal medical kit and First aid box.
  • Don't break traffic discipline.
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