The Board shall continue the Live Telecast/ Virtual Darshan of the morning and evening Aarti, read a release.
The pratham (first) puja at the cave shrine was held by Lt Governor G C Murmu on Sunday. In addition, the authorities said all the yatris would have to undergo testing.
This was stated by the officials of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) that manages the affairs of the Yatra to the cave shrine situated at 3,880 metres above the sea level in J&K's Anantnag dist
Police said the yatris left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas in an escorted convoy of 11 vehicles. This includes pilgrims going to both Baltal and Pahalgam base camps.
As many as 2.60 lakh pilgrims paid obeisance at Amarnath despite interruptions due to torrential rains.
The Amarnath Yatra this year started on June 28 and would conclude on August 26.
Among the latest batch, 773 pilgrims have opted for the Pahalgam track in Anantnag district, while 435 including were going from the shorter 12-km Baltal side in Ganderbal district.
A fresh batch of Amarnath pilgrims, including women and Sadhus, left Jammu early this morning for Baltal and Nunwan base camps in Kashmir.
The accident occurred when the driver lost control of the vehicle and it rolled down from the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Qazigund area.
A pilgrim identified as Gurman Singh, son of Gurtal Singh, resident of Punjab suffered a massive brain hemorrhage at Baltal base camp in central Kashmir district of Ganderbal early Monday morning.
The Muslim driver of the Amarnath Yatra bus, which was attacked by militants in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Monday evening, has been hailed as a hero.