Believers do not take mass baths in Ganga at the forbidden Dussehra administration

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kasganj

Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated June 19, 2021 12:27 AM IST

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Due to the ban on the Ganga bath, devotees will not be able to access the Ganga Ghats. Which will cause problems for the dealers of Gangajali, Prasad, Toy, etc. Because in the second wave since the imposition of the corona curfew, business is affected.

Ganga Dussehra: Hari’s Soron rice field
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Ganga Dussehra is a great pilgrimage city fair, the day of the descent of the Ganges. Every year, many believers come to the Dussehra Bathing Festival. Gangasnan is carried out by followers in Haripadi, Lehra and Kachla Gangaghat of the Soron pilgrimage, but this time the administration has banned Ganga Dussehra mass bathing due to Corona.Due to the ban on the Ganga bath, devotees will not be able to access the Ganga Ghats. Which will cause problems for the dealers of Gangajali, Prasad, Toy, etc. Because in the second wave since the imposition of the corona curfew, business is affected. Now, even after activation, there is a ban on major events, etc. The effect is visible.

These business people say-
Ganga is a big bathing festival from Dussehra. A large number of devotees have come to this bathing festival, but if the devotees fail to reach it, the stores cannot do business. Kanthimala, toys, etc. sales have long been affected – Anubhav Choudhary, Kanthimala seller

Ganga Dussehra is the day of the descent from Ganga. Family members pray after bathing in the Ganges. The Ganga bath ban is not justified. This will worsen the previously sluggish business. – Gopal Kasare, Gangajali salesman

The ban on bathing at Ganga Dussehra is not correct. Wholesalers and retailers are looking forward to the fair. Many shopkeepers have brought goods to Lehra and Kachla. How will the sale work if the devotees fail to reach Raju Mishra, businessman?

On Ganga Dussehra, many people take the clothes and accessories of the deities with them. The deities are adorned by wearing new clothes. Prasad is also being sold, but now there will be no selling of Prasad. – Dinesh Parashar, costume saleswoman

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Ganga Dussehra is a great pilgrimage city fair, the day of the descent of the Ganges. Every year, many believers come to the Dussehra Bathing Festival. Gangasnan is carried out by followers in Haripadi, Lehra and Kachla Gangaghat of the Soron pilgrimage, but this time the administration has banned Ganga Dussehra mass bathing due to Corona.

Due to the ban on the Ganga bath, devotees will not be able to access the Ganga Ghats. Which will cause problems for the dealers of Gangajali, Prasad, Toy, etc. Because in the second wave since the imposition of the corona curfew, business is affected. Now, even after activation, there is a ban on major events, etc. The effect is visible.

These business people say-

Ganga is a big bathing festival from Dussehra. A large number of devotees have come to this bathing festival, but if the devotees fail to reach it, the stores cannot do business. Kanthimala, toys, etc. sales have long been affected – Anubhav Choudhary, Kanthimala seller

Ganga Dussehra is the day of the descent from Ganga. Family members pray after bathing in the Ganges. The ban on the Ganga bath is not justified. This will worsen the previously sluggish business. – Gopal Kasare, Gangajali salesman

The ban on bathing at Ganga Dussehra is not correct. Wholesalers and retailers are looking forward to the fair. Many shopkeepers have brought goods to Lehra and Kachla. How will the sale work if the devotees fail to reach Raju Mishra, businessman?

On Ganga Dussehra, many people take the clothes and accessories of the deities with them. The deities are adorned by wearing new clothes. Prasad is also being sold, but now there will be no selling of Prasad. – Dinesh Parashar, costume saleswoman

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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