- Employment Notice
- Advertisement Notice and Application form for Civil Engineers
- Darshan Figures for Yatra-2018
- Step By Step Procedure for registration through designated Bank Branches
- Procedure for Registration of Yatris through designated bank branches
- DNIT Housekeeping Sheshnag Camp Yatra - 2019
- DNIT Housekeeping 2019 Nunwan Camp Yatra- 2018
- DNIT Housekeeping Baltal Camp Yatra - 2019
- DNIT Housekeeping Panjtarni Camp Yatra - 2019
- DNIT Parking 2019
- DNIT Cloak Room at Baltal - 2019
- DNIT Cloak Room at Holy Cave - 2019
- DNIT Cloak Room Nunwan - 2019
- DNIT of Cafeteria Yatra - 2019
- Heli_Tender_2019 and 2020
Do’s for the Yatris
- Do carry sufficient woolen clothing as the temperature may sometimes abruptly fall to below 5 degree Celsius.
- Do carry umbrella, wind cheater, raincoat, and waterproof shoes as the weather in the Yatra area is unpredictable.
- Do keep your clothes and eatables in a suitable water proof bag to avoid your belongings getting wet.
- Do keep in your pocket a note containing the name / address, mobile telephone number of any Yatri proceeding for Darshan on the same date as you are doing, for emergency purposes.
- Do carry your identity card / driving license and Yatra permit with you.
About Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board
Out of all Hindu deities, Lord Shiva is extremely popular not only amongst Indians but also amongst the people of other nationalities. To get closer to their revered God, who appears on this earth in the unique form of an Ice Lingam, millions of devotees trek through the daunting mountains to Shri Amarnathji Shrine in South Kashmir every year in the summer months to pay obeisance. The Shrine is managed by Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), that was constituted by an Act of the Jammu & Kashmir State Legislature in 2000 with His Excellency the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir as its ex-officio Chairman.
The Amarnathji Shrine Board is responsible for the better management of the Shri Amarnathji Yatra, upgradation of facilities for holy pilgrims and matters connected therewith or incidental thereto... [..]