It is believed that only persons who get call from the deity can began journey to Vaishno Devi. The Vaishno Devi temple is located at the Trikuta Mountains that are situated within the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Vaishno Devi temple is considered one of the Holy places for Hindus that is visited by almost 10 million people every year. It is synonymous to any other historical building or the landmark for the Hindus and pilgrims that is the reason the shrine always stands crowded with loads of people.
Vaishno Devi is itself a place of attraction to tourists, but there are several tourist places in the Vaishno Devi which can be explored by the tourists and visitors. These places are:
- Bhairavnath Temple: it is one of the recommended places to the visitors of Vaishno Devi because it is believed to be the place of death of saint named Bhairavnath. So after the death, this place was turned into temple and many people and tourists visit this place to seek blessings of god.
- Ardh Kuwari Cave: this cave is situatedin the way to Vaishno Devi temple. This is the cave where Vaishnavi took shelter for nine months.
- Dera Baba Banda: this is also a worth visiting place in Vaishno Devi. This place is dedicated to Dera Baba Banda by Guru Gobind Singh.
- Deva Mai Temple: the Deva Mai temple is also regarded as one of the most important pilgrims by Hindus. This place is must visited by the devotees who visit the Vaishno Devi.
Best Time to Visit Vaishno Devi
As it is located in the winter capital of the Indian country, the season remains there moderate throughout the year. However, seasons in this part of India is divided into summer, winter and rainy. The temple remained open throughout the year but the best time to visit this pilgrimage is between the months of March and October. The reason for this fact is that during this period you can avoid the crowd of the people and you can find the best and pleasant weather during this span. Navratri is also a good time to visit the place.