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PHOTOS: Massive devastation at Kedarnath

Last updated on: June 19, 2013 10:15 IST

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A wave of sludge hits the idol of Lord Shiva at Kedarnath

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Submerged bridge over river Ganga in Rudraprayag cuts off Kedarnath shrine

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A video grab of the devastation at Kedarnath

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Another view of the widespread damage caused by the torrential rainfall in Kedarnath

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Rescue operations by the Army in Joshimath, Uttarakhand

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Flood relief operations by the Army at village Jathlana and Lalchappar

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Indian Air Force evacuating flood victims from Changla

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Approximately 1,800 pilgrims have been moved from Govindghat to Joshimath. In addition, medical facilities, refreshments and lodging facilities were also extended to over 1,300 people at Joshimath.

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