Mass does not take place in Ajireshwar Dham, only permit for Jalabhishek

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This time there will be no Sawan mass in the ancient Ajireshwar Dham temple in Jarha in the Bijpur region. In view of Corona, the administration has not allowed this. Devotees can only perform jalabhishek here. A large mass is organized in the ancient Ajireshwar Dham temple in Jarha in the month of Sawan. Believers from different districts of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh come here by taking Kanwar Yatra in large numbers to perform Jalabhishek of Baba. Sawan month starts on Sunday. The first will take place on Monday, July 26th. In view of Corona, the district administration has banned it. By giving instructions, it was said that upon entering the temple, the devotees will be able to perform the Jalabhishek of Baba in accordance with the Corona policy. There is a complete ban on trade fairs on campus. In this regard, Rajendra Pratap Singh Baghel, chairman of the temple building committee, said that the believers will perform Jalabhishek according to the instructions of the government, paying attention to the distance of two meters from each other and masks according to Corona guidelines.

This time there will be no Sawan mass in the ancient Ajireshwar Dham temple in Jarha in the Bijpur region. In view of Corona, the administration has not allowed this. Devotees can only perform jalabhishek here. A large mass is organized in the ancient Ajireshwar Dham temple in Jarha in the month of Sawan. Believers from different districts of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh come here by taking Kanwar Yatra in large numbers to perform Jalabhishek of Baba. Sawan month starts on Sunday. The first will take place on Monday, July 26th. In view of Corona, the district administration has banned it. By giving instructions, it was said that upon entering the temple, the devotees will be able to perform the Jalabhishek of Baba in accordance with the Corona policy. There is a complete ban on trade fairs on campus. In this regard, Rajendra Pratap Singh Baghel, chairman of the temple building committee, said that the believers will perform Jalabhishek according to the instructions of the government, paying attention to the distance of two meters from each other and masks according to Corona guidelines.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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