Now God Gives Devotees Online Viewing – Now God Visits Online Devotees

Ayodhya. Given the rapidly growing corona infection in the district, the doors of the Ramnagari monastery temples have been closed. Because of this, the devotees cannot worship their worship. In view of the corona infection in the monasteries, the entry of supporters and supporters has been banned.
Provisions have been made on behalf of the great temples to give devotees an insight into their home worship. God gives online darshan to devotees through social media. The living darshan of the Aarti, which takes place in the Sanctum Sanctorum, in the form and in the temples of the Lord, is accessible to the devotees.
The monastery temples of Ramnagri full of devotees and devotees are heard by the devotees. In view of the increasing infection with corona, the administrators of the monasteries have closed the doors at the request of the administration, but the chain of corona infection can be slowed down.
Because of this, the devotees are unable to get darshan from their worship. Taking into account the faith of the devotees, the temple administrators have taken the initiative. Every day, followers get a glimpse of the image of God sitting in the temples via social media.
Devotees visit Ramalala, Kanak Bhavan, Hanumangarhi, Nageshwarnath, Dasaratha Mahal, Chhoti Devkali, and other major temples, including devotees, through social media every day. Followers of Ramlala’s great gig are sitting at home every day via Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Hanuman Ji Maharaj’s darshan in Hanumangarhi is also accessible to the followers sitting at home.
Thousands of devotees are receiving darshan from Hanumantlala on social media as early as the crack of dawn. Similarly, the divine-great vision of the Kanak Bihari government is conveyed to followers on a daily basis through social media.
Similarly, the darshan of God residing in Nageshwarnath, Dasaratha Mahal, Sriramballabhukunj is made available to devotees on social media on a daily basis. Sant MBidas, who visits Hanumangarhi and Kanakabhavan every day, welcomes this initiative by the temple administrators and says that we can see our worship at home.
At the same time, we can contribute to the ongoing struggle to clear the darkness of the corona by lighting the lamp of spirituality while sitting at home. In addition to being able to see their worship through social media, home-seated devotees are given the privilege of being part of their aarti. Followers can also get a glimpse of the temples’ live aarti via social media.
Hanumangarhi priest, Rajudas, says that the sight of Mangala Aarti, Bhog Aarti, Sandhya Aarti and Shayan Aarti that takes place daily in Hanumangarhi is being offered to followers through Facebook. Every day around five thousand devotees receive darshan from Live-Aarti on this site. Similarly, a living aarti darshan of the government of Kanak Bihari was arranged by Kanak Bhavan. Due to the closure of the Choti Devkali Temple, devotees will not receive darshan from Mata Parvati who is sitting in the temple.
For this reason, a Facebook page was also set up for the live broadcast of Aarti on behalf of the temple. Devotees also receive live darshan daily from Mother Saryus Aarti. Mahant Shashikant Das, the convenor of Aarti, says that approximately two thousand devotees daily become part of Mother Saryu’s live aarti.

Ayodhya. Given the rapidly growing corona infection in the district, the doors of the Ramnagari monastery temples have been closed. Because of this, the devotees cannot worship their worship. In view of the corona infection in the monasteries, the entry of supporters and supporters has been banned.

Provisions have been made on behalf of the great temples to give devotees an insight into their home worship. God gives online darshan to devotees through social media. The living darshan of the Aarti, which takes place in the Sanctum Sanctorum, in the form and in the temples of the Lord, is accessible to the devotees.

The monastery temples of Ramnagri full of devotees and devotees are heard by the devotees. In view of the increasing infection with corona, the administrators of the monasteries have closed the doors at the request of the administration, but the chain of corona infection can be slowed down.

Because of this, the devotees are unable to get darshan from their worship. Taking into account the faith of the devotees, the temple administrators have taken the initiative. Every day, followers get a glimpse of the image of God sitting in the temples via social media.

Devotees visit Ramalala, Kanak Bhavan, Hanumangarhi, Nageshwarnath, Dasaratha Mahal, Chhoti Devkali, and other major temples, including devotees, through social media every day. Followers of Ramlala’s great gig are sitting at home every day via Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Hanuman Ji Maharaj’s darshan in Hanumangarhi is also accessible to the followers sitting at home.

Thousands of devotees are receiving darshan from Hanumantlala on social media as early as the crack of dawn. Similarly, the divine-great vision of the Kanak Bihari government is conveyed to followers on a daily basis through social media.

Similarly, the darshan of God residing in Nageshwarnath, Dasaratha Mahal, Sriramballabhukunj is made available to devotees on social media on a daily basis. Sant MBidas, who visits Hanumangarhi and Kanakabhavan every day, welcomes this initiative by the temple administrators and says that we can see our worship at home.

At the same time, we can contribute to the ongoing struggle to clear the darkness of the corona by lighting the lamp of spirituality while sitting at home. In addition to being able to see their worship through social media, home-seated devotees are given the privilege of being part of their aarti. Followers can also get a glimpse of the temples’ live aarti via social media.

Hanumangarhi priest, Rajudas, says that the sight of Mangala Aarti, Bhog Aarti, Sandhya Aarti and Shayan Aarti that takes place daily in Hanumangarhi is being offered to followers through Facebook. Every day around five thousand devotees receive darshan from Live-Aarti on this site. Similarly, a living aarti darshan of the government of Kanak Bihari was arranged by Kanak Bhavan. Due to the closure of the Choti Devkali Temple, devotees will not receive darshan from the goddess Parvati who sits in the temple.

For this reason, a Facebook page was set up on behalf of the temple to broadcast Aarti live. Devotees also receive live darshan daily from Mother Saryus Aarti. Mahant Shashikant Das, the convenor of Aarti, says that approximately two thousand devotees daily become part of Mother Saryu’s live aarti.

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