Kawad Yatra Cancle In This Year – Bol Bam won’t resonate in the streets

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The cheers of Bol Bam will not resonate in the streets
Meerut. Due to the corona epidemic, the residents of the city will also be denied the saffron influx in the second year. After the prohibition of Char Dham Yatra, Kanwar Yatra has also been banned. Because of this, the calls of Bol Bam will not resonate in the streets. Devotees will not be able to perform Jalabhishek with Gangajal in pagodas including Baba Aughadnath Temple. 2.5 lakh devotees perform abhishek in the Baba Aughadnath temple. Those who need to complete their Kanwar pair are also affected.
Every year lakhs of devotees from Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat pass Meerut with Ganga water. During Kanwar Yatra, the calls of Bol Bam can be heard everywhere and the streets are covered with saffron colors. Mahamandaleshwar Peethadheeshwar Mahendra Das Ji Maharaj said that many followers are disappointed because of the postponement of the Kanwar Yatra.
At the same time, the devotees who set up the Kanwar Seva Camp will not be able to serve Shiva devotees this time either. Sudhir Rastogi, the director of Shiv Kanwar Seva Sangh, said that the Kanwariyas had been withdrawn for the second time. Camps were organized for Kanwariyas in Modipuram and Roorkee Road. Neeraj Mittal, vice president of the United Trade Association, said that with the help of militant workers from various religious and social organizations, an uninterrupted service camp was organized on the Khirwa bypass for 20 years.

refused to bring water from the cow’s mouth
Vijay Goel Vijji, who lives in Sadar, said that a team of 14 members has been fetching water from Gomukh and Gangotri for a long time. They have not been able to bring water from Gomukh for two years. Ganganagar resident Ajay Sharma said he has been bringing Kanwar continuously for 30 years. He also put Kanwar on the cycle four times. He has been denied travel for two years. Abhishek Aggarwal, the servant of Baghpat Gate Shiv Mandir, said the tableau has not been allowed to bring Kanwar for two years.

Shravan month begins on July 25th
Shravan month begins on July 25th. If the Kanwar Yatra were allowed, then the Shiva followers would have started arriving from outside the States a week earlier. After that, on August 6th, Lord Bhole Nath would be worshiped on Shivaratri, but this time Shiva devotees could not do this.

The cheers of Bol Bam will not resonate in the streets

Meerut. Due to the corona epidemic, the residents of the city will also be denied the saffron influx in the second year. After the prohibition of Char Dham Yatra, Kanwar Yatra has also been banned. Because of this, the calls of Bol Bam will not resonate in the streets. Devotees will not be able to perform Jalabhishek with Gangajal in pagodas including Baba Aughadnath Temple. 2.5 lakh devotees perform abhishek in the Baba Aughadnath temple. Those who need to complete their Kanwar pair are also affected.

Every year lakhs of devotees from Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat pass Meerut with Ganga water. During Kanwar Yatra, the calls of Bol Bam can be heard everywhere and the streets are covered with saffron colors. Mahamandaleshwar Peethadheeshwar Mahendra Das Ji Maharaj said that many followers are disappointed because of the postponement of the Kanwar Yatra.

At the same time, the devotees who set up the Kanwar Seva Camp will not be able to serve Shiva devotees this time either. Sudhir Rastogi, the director of Shiv Kanwar Seva Sangh, said that the Kanwariyas had been withdrawn for the second time. Camps were organized for Kanwariyas in Modipuram and Roorkee Road. Neeraj Mittal, vice president of the United Trade Association, said that with the help of militant workers from various religious and social organizations, an uninterrupted service camp was organized on the Khirwa bypass for 20 years.



refused to bring water from the cow’s mouth

Vijay Goel Vijji, who lives in Sadar, said that a team of 14 members has been fetching water from Gomukh and Gangotri for a long time. They have not been able to bring water from Gomukh for two years. Ganganagar resident Ajay Sharma said he has been bringing Kanwar continuously for 30 years. He also put Kanwar on the cycle four times. He has been denied travel for two years. Abhishek Aggarwal, the servant of Baghpat Gate Shiv Mandir, said the tableau has not been allowed to bring Kanwar for two years.



Shravan month begins on July 25th

Shravan month begins on July 25th. If the Kanwar Yatra were allowed, then the Shiva followers would have started arriving from outside the States a week earlier. After that, on August 6th, Lord Bhole Nath would be worshiped on Shivaratri, but this time Shiva devotees could not do this.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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