Mirzapur: crowd of believers gathered in Sheetla Temple, venerated darshan

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Jigna. On the last Monday of the month of Ashadh there were a lot of devotees in Dularo Mata in Derwa and in the Badi Mata Sheetla Temple in Vijaypur. In the scorching sun, the devotees prepared pudding puri and handed them to the mother. In addition to mother worship, many also had their children shaved.
Fans and children enjoyed the fair over an area of ​​around two kilometers. On the exhibition grounds, visitors had to deal with the problem of drinking water and jam. Adequate security precautions have been taken in the temple to cope with the crowd.
Halia: Last Monday there has been a great influx of devotees since morning at Mother Sheetla’s court in Ghatta Dham. After bathing in the Shevati River, the devotees stood in line with coconut, chunari and garlands and flowers in their hands. It is believed that through worship and worship here one gets rid of the epidemic like smallpox. Applying it with the water from the temple’s swamp provides immediate relief from the dreaded disease such as smallpox. In social distancing, temple manager Prakash Chand Shukla engaged in darshan and worship. After the darshan, the devotees enjoyed mass. Much was bought from Lai, Bamboo and Wood. Late in the evening, about 30,000 believers reached their mother’s court and bowed their heads.
Women held fast, performed jalabhishek in Shiva temples
Mirzapur. Women begin sawan fasting on the last Monday of the month of Ashadh. After bathing in the Ganges and other lakes, most of the women reached the Shiva temples and worshiped Baba Bholmath by performing jalabhishek and darshan.
Along with the Sri Panchmukhi Mahadev Temple in Bariaghat in the city, the Shri Tadkeshwar Mahadev Temple in the Raidani colony had been full of devotees since the morning. Jigna: On the last Monday of Ashadh before the month of Sawan, many women who reached Baba Badovernath Dham performed Jalabhishek and worshiped. The priest Baba Mahendra Giri said that since the morning the devotees began to come and go for darshan worship.

Jigna. On the last Monday of the month of Ashadh there were a lot of devotees in Dularo Mata in Derwa and in the Badi Mata Sheetla Temple in Vijaypur. In the scorching sun, the devotees prepared pudding puri and handed them to the mother. In addition to mother worship, many also had their children shaved.

Fans and children enjoyed the fair over an area of ​​around two kilometers. On the exhibition grounds, visitors had to deal with the problem of drinking water and jam. Adequate security precautions have been taken in the temple to cope with the crowd.

Halia: Last Monday there has been a great influx of devotees since morning at Mother Sheetla’s court in Ghatta Dham. After bathing in the Shevati River, the devotees stood in line with coconut, chunari and garlands and flowers in their hands. It is believed that through worship and worship here one gets rid of the epidemic like smallpox. Applying it with the water from the temple’s swamp provides immediate relief from the dreaded disease such as smallpox. In social distancing, temple manager Prakash Chand Shukla engaged in darshan and worship. After the darshan, the devotees enjoyed mass. Much was bought from Lai, Bamboo and Wood. Late in the evening, about 30,000 believers reached their mother’s court and bowed their heads.

Women held fast, performed jalabhishek in Shiva temples

Mirzapur. Women begin sawan fasting on the last Monday of the month of Ashadh. After bathing in the Ganges and other lakes, most of the women reached the Shiva temples and worshiped Baba Bholmath by performing jalabhishek and darshan.

Along with the Sri Panchmukhi Mahadev Temple in Bariaghat in the city, the Shri Tadkeshwar Mahadev Temple in the Raidani colony had been full of devotees since the morning. Jigna: On the last Monday of Ashadh before the month of Sawan, many women who reached Baba Badovernath Dham performed Jalabhishek and worshiped. The priest Baba Mahendra Giri said that since the morning the devotees began to come and go for darshan worship.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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