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Rain hampers tourism in Uttarakhand


With rains lashing, Uttarakhand tourism has been hit directly with prospective tourists and those wanting to undertake the char dhaam yatra doing a rethink, recalling the 2013 tragedy when torrential rains and ensuing flash floods took a toll of thousands of lives. Whereas in the last week of June when the weather was generally clear, the number of pilgrims reaching the Badrinath shrine every day was in thousands. This number has come down to 114 on July 2 and 255 on July 3, with those involved in the Yatra claiming that a lot of bookings were being cancelled. The same story is also for the Kedarnath shrine where the number of pilgrims on July 1 was 498 and 434 for July 2. If one takes the consolidated figures for the shrine which is dedicated to Lord Shiva, over 1.50 lakh pilgrims came in May, beginning from May 9 when the doors opened after the winters and over 97,000 in June. But in the three days of July the number of pilgrims has been only a little over 1300.
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