I have been coming for the Amarnath yatra since 1995. The Amarnath tracks were dangerous and we used to cover the distance with our heart in our mouth. Earlier locals used to suffocate in Kashmir and are breathing peacefully now. People look happy here today. These people are like us. Religions may be different, but humanity never dies, observed a pilgrim. They come here and render this service with the blessings of Bhole Baba. Our country will be more great when the people who read Bhagavad Gita protect the Quran and vice versa.This journey is also no less than the festival of Eid or Diwali. May Bhole baba bless everyone and keep going the yatra safely. We stay alert to help the yatris, said Kashmiri locals. We help them like our family, whatever they need is provided by the locals, tent walas, shopkeepers and the labour force. We do what we have to do for our family members, local Kashmiris said.