rare phenomenon has been highly applauded by even other religions
and they, recorded it with inexplicable joy. The famous An-i-Akbari
of Abul Fazl embodies this care phenomenon with great gusto. It says
in Vol. II Page 360 "Amarnath is considered a shrine of great
sanctity. When the new moon rises, from leer throne of rays, -a
bubble as it were of ice is formed in the cave which daily increase.
little by little for fifteen clays, till it is some what higher than
two yards, of the measure of yard determined by His Majesty; with
the waning of moon the image likewise begins to decrease, till no
trace of it remains when the moon disappears".
Needless to prolong that every national who visits it, expresses his
infinite joy in such terms, they bear testimony to his acceptance of
the cave. There is un the left, a
small cave inside Amarnalh, from
which a white substance resembling chalk is dug out and
given to the visitors as Vibhuti of Amarnalh. And this Prasadam is
distributed by Mohammedans of Batkut village must sharp in making
the journey enjoyable during halts at several places and service at
every step arc beyond description. Distribution of Prasadam by
Muslims in a Hindu shrine is very odd and can be deemed a rarity of
rarities. Yet, it is going on since centuries. This practice is
rooted in a strange myth.