There is good news for the devotees who are planning to visit Maa Vaishno Devi on the occasion of Navratri. Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board has increased the daily number of pilgrims going to Vaishno Devi to 7000. Earlier this limit was 5000. This decision of the Shrine Board will be applicable from October 15. 

Because of this decision, more people will be able to see Goddess Vaishno Devi during Navratri. Travelers coming from outside Jammu and Kashmir to visit the mother must bring a corona negative certificate. 

Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board CEO Ramesh Kumar Jangid said that the number of pilgrims visiting the temple has now been increased from 5,000 to 7000. Now seven thousand passengers will be able to go to the court of Mata Vaishno Devi daily. Jangid said that Prabandhan was reviewing the arrangements being made for the pilgrims during the Navratri festival starting from 17 October. 

According to Vaishno Devi management, these 7 thousand passengers can be from Jammu Kashmir or even from outside. There is no restriction for this. He said that whoever has to go to see Mata Vaishno Devi should register on the website of Shrine Board. 

It will be mandatory for pilgrims coming from outside the Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory to bring with them the Corona Negative Certificate. 

According to the report, for the convenience of pilgrims coming to Vaishno Devi during Navratri festival, services of mules, pithos and palanquins will also be started between Katra and Bhavan from October 15. 

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