Etawah News, Animal Worship on Gurupurnima in Lakhapur Village

Photo No. 26- Villagers living in Katra Lakhapur village. perform special rituals
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Etawa. In a dozen villages, including the Katra Lakhapur village of the Basrehar block, the age-old tradition of a special midnight worship ritual is continued by Guru Purnima to this day.
All villagers take part in the program together. In rituals, villagers perform pujas to protect domesticated pets from various types of diseases and epidemics. This puja also took place this year.
Asaram, 70, from the village said that this type of worship has been taking place every year at midnight in the month of Ashadh on the full moon day for hundreds of years. See it since birth.
Traditionally, the worship material is collected through donations from each house in the village. On this day all villagers do puri and puas in their homes. What is used in worship.
In the midnight of the full moon night of the month of Ashadh, this puja is concluded with a havan in the old temple of the mother goddess. All the members of the village offer prasad with utensils in their hands.
After the worship is over, the Havan fire is held in the Khaappa and the entire village is circled from the edge of the village. In order to prevent any kind of disease from entering the village, all animals in the village are now protected by the Vandan vaccination.
This type of ritual is performed in more than a dozen surrounding villages and this tradition has been going on for hundreds of years. The villagers say that the greatest benefit of this ritual is that it gives milk to buffalo, cows, and goats in a special way.

Etawa. In a dozen villages, including the Katra Lakhapur village of the Basrehar block, the age-old tradition of a special midnight worship ritual is continued by Guru Purnima to this day.

All villagers take part in the program together. In rituals, villagers perform pujas to protect domesticated pets from various types of diseases and epidemics. This puja also took place this year.

Asaram, 70, from the village said that this type of worship has been taking place every year at midnight in the month of Ashadh on the full moon day for hundreds of years. See it since birth.

Traditionally, the worship material is collected through donations from each house in the village. On this day all villagers do puri and puas in their homes. What is used in worship.

In the midnight of the full moon night of the month of Ashadh, this puja is concluded with a havan in the old temple of the mother goddess. All the members of the village offer prasad with utensils in their hands.

After the worship is over, the Havan fire is held in the Khaappa and the entire village is circled from the edge of the village. In order to prevent any kind of disease from entering the village, all animals in the village are now protected by the Vandan vaccination.

This type of ritual is performed in more than a dozen surrounding villages and this tradition has been going on for hundreds of years. The villagers say that the greatest benefit of this ritual is that it gives milk to buffalo, cows, and goats in a special way.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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