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No giving up pilgrimage

Monday, July 09, 2018

AN Indian pilgrim almost is fanatic in his approach to the pilgrimage he undertakes. He will go on the most perilous journey. Nothing stops him. No hindrance, obstacles, threats will stop him. His faith is strong and nothing can break it. He will not give up any dangerous journey. Enemies may be waiting to kill him. There is hidden danger lurking on the road. There are secret perils that are directed against him. Nothing will  make him give up his sacred pilgrimage.

There are two pilgrimages which are dangerous, Amar Yatra and Mansarovar. The latter is on the Himalayas and the other in Kashmir. There is not much danger from man in the case of the first. There is threat from nature. You have to go up trecherous territory and on the way face natural calamities. People defy these and go up. Every year there are deaths. People have to get permission to go to the pilgrim centre. Another popular centre is  Amar Yatra. The pilgrims have not been able to go this year. Former chief minister ignored requests for making them safe. There were threats to human life this year but the pilgrims were to defy them and go. The Centre prevented them.

They are certain to go now that the Indian government has taken over the route and organising the pilgrimage. Unless there is cent per cent  safety the pilgrimage should not be allowed.

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