Malmas Mela: Crowd gathered to visit Baba Amarnath’s cave in Rajgir, know ticket rate and specialty

By Priyanka Tiwari July 24, 2023 4:29 PM IST

Mohd. Mahmood Alam / Nalanda. Amarnath cave has been made exactly like Jammu-Kashmir at the state muslin fair organized in Rajgir of Nalanda, which has become the center of attraction and devotees compete to take selfies. In this, the devotees will be able to see the grand form of Baba Barfani (Baba Amarnath). 40 skilled artisans of Munger have given an attractive look to the cave with the help of bamboo-ropes, jute bags and plaster of Paris after hard work of about one and a half months.

People will have a different feeling on entering inside the cave. It would seem that they are literally roaming inside a cave for a while. The twinkling colorful small lights inside the cave add to its beauty. The special thing about this cave is that there is an opportunity to see different forms of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati at not one but many places inside the cave. After going inside the cave for about half a kilometer, finally Baba Barfani will give darshan.

The ticket is for Rs.
Director of Amarnath cave Pintu Saav told that this cave has been built with one month’s hard work by artisans Manoj Kumar Mehta and Ranjit Kumar of Aliganj in Munger district. In this, a ticket rate of Rs 100 has been kept for adults and Rs 50 for children. The more important thing in this is that in case of emergency, five small gates have been made to take out the devotees. Every effort has been made to see the grand form of Baba Amarnath to the devotees coming during the fair.


FIRST PUBLISHED : July 24, 2023, 16:20 IST