Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Saturday welcomed the devotees who will be visiting the famous temple of Kedarnath in Garhwal Himalayas. There have been many new additions to the journey, including a laser show that is going to be based on Lord Shiva, to make things more engaging for the visitors. The show is going to portray all the life forms of the god, and according to Rawat, is going to be the centre of attraction for the pilgrims at the site this year. CM Rawat also said that the government is going to make it certain that the pilgrims have a comfortable journey, that is going to be safe and entertaining for them as well. The appropriate arrangements have been made for the pilgrims, from electricity to water, to maintaining the health for the elderly people from Gaurikund to Kedarnath. Doctors are now going to be made available on the distance of every kilometer along the route.
CM Rawat thanked the management for the restoration work, so that the infrastructure looks beautiful to the pilgrims and there isn’t any complaints, as the grand, sacred building is going to be visible to all people
. There have been more significant embellishments, and the road that went from the helipad to the temple has been cut wider, for a smooth travel for the pilgrims who wish to choose helicopter rides.