The most popular and holy pilgrimage Amarnath is located in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Followers of Hinduism visit this sacred place annually. The temple of Amarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The magnificent cave is positioned at height of 3888m at a distance of 141 kms from Srinagar.

The most popular and holy pilgrimage Amarnath is located in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Followers of Hinduism visit this sacred place annually. The temple of Amarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The magnificent cave is positioned at height of 3888m at a distance of 141 kms from Srinagar.

#Amarnath temple. The #Ice Shiv ling!

#Amarnath temple. The #Ice Shiv ling!

#Amarnath temple is a cave temple located in Jammu and Kashmir. It is about 75 ft high and at least 80 ft deep, with its outer mouth measuring about 40 yards across. It remains under the snow throughout the year except during the summer months of June and July when the snow melts enough to make it accessible. This is the only time when devotees make the annual pilgrimage to Amarnath Yatra.

#Amarnath temple is a cave temple located in Jammu and Kashmir. It is about 75 ft high and at least 80 ft deep, with its outer mouth measuring about 40 yards across. It remains under the snow throughout the year except during the summer months of June and July when the snow melts enough to make it accessible. This is the only time when devotees make the annual pilgrimage to Amarnath Yatra.

PILGRIMS: Kashmiris traveled near Amarnath Temple in Jammu, India, Sunday. Every year, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims trek through treacherous mountains in revolt-torn Kashmir, along icy streams, glacier-fed lakes and frozen passes, to reach the Amarnath cave. (Tauseef Mustafa/Agence France-Presse/Getty Image)

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PILGRIMS: Kashmiris traveled near Amarnath Temple in Jammu, India, Sunday. Every year, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims trek through treacherous mountains in revolt-torn Kashmir, along icy streams, glacier-fed lakes and frozen passes, to reach the Amarnath cave. (Tauseef Mustafa/Agence France-Presse/Getty Image)

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