Road side camps are noticeable in and around the city, where special provision of water and rest have been set up. Roads have special lanes for Kanwariyas, who can walk as and when they want inspite of traffic.
When asked about added security measures, Joint Commissioner of Traffic Police, Bharti Arora said, ''To avoid traffic chaos, separate lanes have been made for the pilgrims along with the Delhi-Jaipur Road. With the deployment of traffic police at all crossing sections in the city, local policemen have been stationed too. In order to make the Kanwariyas movement comfortable, in a large quantity, guards have been positioned across the city.''
Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidhyathi, on being asked as to who provides the needed permission to set up camps in Gurgaon said, '' MCG and HUDA, whoever owns the land are asked for permission and they provide it.''
A lot of volunteers are also active at this time of the year, as sawan month is said to be the most auspicious month amongst Hindus. Volunteers, who help Kanwars are also believed to earn a lot of good fortunes. Food arrangement by local people like fruits is offered to the devotees on all the way.