Lord Shiva is anointed by Gomukh with the water of the Ganges

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Saharapur. Also this year, in the month of Shravan, the devotees will consecrate Lord Shiva with the Ganges water of Gomukh. Hence, the demand for Gomukh Gangajal bottles available from the post office has increased. Because due to the cancellation of Kanwar Yatra and the continued strictness regarding Corona in Uttarakhand, devotees cannot go to Haridwar and Rishikesh.
The holy water of the Ganges has a special meaning in Sawan. Gangajal is the main town in Panchamrit Abhishek, but due to Corona it is not possible to bring Gangajal from Haridwar and Rishikesh this time due to the strictness at the borders of the state of UP-Uttarakhand and the ban on Kanwar Yatra. As a result, the demand for Gomukh Gangajal from the Post has increased by 30 percent. A 250 ml bottle of Gangajal is available at the post office counter for 30 rupees. Senior Superintendent Post Office Umrao Singh said that the demand for Gangajal from Gomukh increased during the month of Shravan.
Today is the first Monday, pagoda preparations are completed
The followers are looking forward to the month of Shravan. Today is the first Monday of Sawan month. In this regard, precautions have been taken to decorate the pagodas with colored lights and to follow the Corona guidelines. Shri Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple in the metropolis, Shri Bageshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Patheshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Pataleshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Hari Temple, Tehsil Shri Shiv Temple, Shri Balaji Dham on Behat Road, Shri Saidham, Shri Vishrampuri Kal Bhairav ​​Temple at The Mela Gughal Complex devotees will come to perform Jalabhishek. At the same time, at the beginning of the month of Shravan, the devotees also performed jalabhishek in the temples on Sunday.
How to please Lord Shiva please
Atul Joshi Maharaj, the founder of Balaji Dham, Acharya Rohit Vashistha, the chairman of Shri Baglamukhi Temple, says that it is very easy to please Lord Shiva among all the deities. Lord Shiva rejoices in fasting in the month of Shravan. Get up early in the morning, take a bath and go to the temple and worship it while sitting in front of the shivling. First of all, one should bow to Lord Shiva and his ganas. Thereafter, Lord Shiva should be bathed with pure water. Anoint the Lord with panchamrite by mixing cow’s milk, curd cheese, ghee, honey and sugar. After bathing the Lord, bathe him again with Ganges water. Then apply sandalwood tilak. Offer Belpatra to God, show a smoking lamp, offer it. While sitting in a remote place, chant Om Namah Shivay 1080 times.
Special importance on Monday, police increased vigil
The worship of Lord Shankar on the Monday of the month of Sawan brings many benefits and the devotee is freed from suffering. At the same time, the police have also increased the vigil due to the possibility of crowds in the pagoda. Police forces are deployed on the main temple area of ​​the metropolis. The Corona guidelines are adhered to. SP City Rajesh Kumar said the police are fully active regarding the month of Shravan.

Saharapur. Also this year, in the month of Shravan, the devotees will consecrate Lord Shiva with the Ganges water of Gomukh. Hence, the demand for Gomukh Gangajal bottles available from the post office has increased. Because due to the cancellation of Kanwar Yatra and the continued strictness regarding Corona in Uttarakhand, devotees cannot go to Haridwar and Rishikesh.

The holy water of the Ganges has a special meaning in Sawan. Gangajal is the main town in Panchamrit Abhishek, but due to Corona it is not possible to bring Gangajal from Haridwar and Rishikesh this time due to the strictness at the borders of the state of UP-Uttarakhand and the ban on Kanwar Yatra. As a result, the demand for Gomukh Gangajal from the post office has increased by 30 percent. A 250 ml bottle of Gangajal is available at the post office counter for 30 rupees. Senior Superintendent Post Office Umrao Singh said that the demand for Gangajal from Gomukh increased during the month of Shravan.

Today is the first Monday, pagoda preparations are completed

The followers are looking forward to the month of Shravan. Today is the first Monday of Sawan month. In this regard, precautions have been taken to decorate the pagodas with colored lights and to follow the Corona guidelines. Shri Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple in the metropolis, Shri Bageshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Patheshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Pataleshwar Mahadev Temple, Shri Hari Temple, Tehsil Shri Shiv Temple, Shri Balaji Dham on Behat Road, Shri Saidham, Shri Vishrampuri Kal Bhairav ​​Temple at The Mela Gughal Complex devotees will come to perform Jalabhishek. At the same time, at the beginning of the month of Shravan, the devotees also performed jalabhishek in the temples on Sunday.

How to please Lord Shiva please

Atul Joshi Maharaj, the founder of Balaji Dham, Acharya Rohit Vashistha, the chairman of Shri Baglamukhi Temple, says that it is very easy to please Lord Shiva among all the deities. Lord Shiva rejoices in fasting in the month of Shravan. Get up early in the morning, take a bath and go to the temple and worship it while sitting in front of the shivling. First of all, one should bow to Lord Shiva and his ganas. Thereafter, Lord Shiva should be bathed with pure water. Anoint the Lord with panchamrite by mixing cow’s milk, curd cheese, ghee, honey and sugar. After bathing the Lord, bathe him again with Ganges water. Then apply sandalwood tilak. Offer Belpatra to God, show a smoking lamp, offer it. While sitting in a remote place, chant Om Namah Shivay 1080 times.

Police increased the vigil on Monday

The worship of Lord Shankar on the Monday of the month of Sawan brings many benefits and the devotee is freed from suffering. At the same time, the police have also increased the vigil due to the possibility of crowds in the pagoda. Police forces are deployed on the main temple area of ​​the metropolis. The Corona guidelines are adhered to. SP City Rajesh Kumar said the police are fully active regarding the month of Shravan.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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