The fifth batch of the Amarnath pilgrims has left for the holy cave shrine, which is situated in the south of Himalayas from Jammu Today.
A fresh batch of pilgrims has left early morning from the Bhagwati Nagar-based Yatri Niwas is travelling in 53 vehicles.
The yatris comprised of 362 females, 1408 males, 27 sadhvis and 127 sadhus. 56 vehicles, including SRTC and LMVs buses, carried the devotees to Kashmir Valley.
The pilgrimage from Jammu base camp has started since July 1 and is moving smoothly and the batches are leaving for the valley regularly every day.
Moreover, the authorities have made elaborate arrangements for boarding and lodging of yatris in Jammu and also other parts of the state.