The Shri Kedarnath Utthan charitable trust (SKUCT) has allocated Rs 120 crores for the event to add the temple premises.
According to the state’s Tourism Secretary Dilip Jawalkar, the second phase of the event work with a price of Rs 120 crores is getting to be completed in Kedarnath Dham, including 50 feet wide walkway, security wall and other works. The temple authority has given the number to the organisations, which may perform the event work.
The SKUCT receives funds for reconstruction work from various PSUs and corporations under their corporate social responsibility activities.
The SKUCT has been constituted by the Uttarakhand government in 2017 with an aim to facilitate construction, re-construction, development, re-development and renovation of all infrastructure at Kedarnath Dham.
The government constituted the trust with an aim to form sure holistic and time bound rehabilitation of the Kedarnath shrine – that was badly affected by flash floods within the year 2013.
Kedarnath Dham is one of the foremost revered pilgrimage centres of northern India. Located at an altitude of three ,584 meters, amidst the snow-clad Himalayan peaks and on the banks of river Mandakini, this shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is taken into account one of the 12 Jyotirlingas.
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