Believers gather in Vrindavan to celebrate Guru Purnima – Guru Purnima 2021

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Mathura-Vrindavan

Published by: Mukesh Kumar
Updated Tue July 20, 2021 12:03 AM IST

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Religious events began in the ashrams of Vrindavan even before Guru Purnima. There are a growing number of followers.

Crowd of believers in Banke Bihari Temple
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Amid the warnings of the third wave of Kovid, the gates of the gurus have begun to decorate for Guru Purnima in the pilgrimage city of Vrindavan. The disciples have already begun to come. Religious programs have started in the ashrams. Most of the Shrimad Bhagavatam is recited. At the same time, the crowd gathers for Thakurji’s darshan in the Shri Banke Bihari Temple.One to 1.5 crore devotees visit the city of Lord Krishna on Guru Purnima. In the past, one-crore followers only came for the Govardhan parikrama, but since this parikrama has been banned by the administration, followers are turning to Vrindavan. A week before Guru Purnima, people came to Vrindavan. Various religious events are organized in many ashrams, including Shrimad Bhagwat.

In the Ashram Gauri Gopal, Bhagwatacharya says Anirudhacharya Shrimad Bhagwat. The Shrimad Bhagwat story of Mahamandaleshwar Swami Indradev takes place in Shriradha Kishori Shakti Seva Dham on the Parikrama Marg itself. A crowd has gathered in these two ashrams to listen to the Bhagwat. The number of outsiders is great.

Bhagwat story that happens in ashrams

Similarly, Harishan Upadhyay started the story in the spiritual hut on the Parikrama path itself. These religious events are organized in many of Vrindavan’s ashrams. The crowd of disciples who come to the gurus’ ashrams in the morning and in the evening can be seen in the temples. Because of this, the streets of Sri Banke Bihari Temple are full of devotees. In doing so, the rules of Kovid are not widely followed. CO Sadar Gaurav Tripathi said that given the possibility of crowds in Vrindavan regarding Guru Purnima, the help of religious leaders, saints and saints is currently being sought. She appeals to the disciples not to come to the Ashram in the face of Kovid. That being said, a few other options are also being considered so that the amount can be controlled.

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Amid the warnings of the third wave of Kovid, the gates of the gurus have begun to decorate for Guru Purnima in the pilgrimage city of Vrindavan. The disciples have already begun to come. Religious programs have started in the ashrams. Most of the Shrimad Bhagavatam is recited. At the same time, the crowd gathers for Thakurji’s darshan in the Shri Banke Bihari Temple.

One to 1.5 crore devotees visit the city of Lord Krishna on Guru Purnima. In the past, one-crore followers only came for the Govardhan parikrama, but since this parikrama has been banned by the administration, followers are turning to Vrindavan. A week before Guru Purnima, people came to Vrindavan. Various religious events are organized in many ashrams, including Shrimad Bhagwat.

In the Ashram Gauri Gopal, Bhagwatacharya says Anirudhacharya Shrimad Bhagwat. The Shrimad Bhagwat story of Mahamandaleshwar Swami Indradev takes place in Shriradha Kishori Shakti Seva Dham on the Parikrama Marg itself. A crowd has gathered in these two ashrams to listen to the Bhagwat. The number of outsiders is great.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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