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Devotees performed in pagodas on Sawan Jalabhishek’s first day
Deorie. At the beginning of the holy month of Shravan, only male and female devotees gathered in the pagodas of the district to worship and perform Jalabhishek. After taking a bath in the morning, people turned to the Shiva temples and praised Bhole Bhandari with full devotion. Since it is the first Monday, more believers are expected to visit the temples today.
The worship of Lord Shiva in the month of Shravan is considered particularly important and very rewarding. There is a tradition of giving special worship to Lord Bhole Bhandari throughout the month, especially on Mondays and Fridays, in other pagodas, including the district’s famous Somnath Temple, Durgeshwarnath Temple, Majhoraj, Dugdheshwanath of Rudrapur, Mahendranath of Mahan. This time, however, due to the corona infection, guidelines for worship in famous pagodas were issued by many temples. Since Sunday is the first day of the month of Sawan, most of the devotees visit the Somnath Temple in town, the pagoda on the Police Line, the new Baba Siddheshwarnath Shiv Mandir colony and the eponymous Shiva Temple in the Bhatwalia Electricity Center, Omkareshwar Panchdev Shiva Temple of Kachari Square He went and said prayers. Believers complete their worship by performing jalabhishek and offering their favorite prasad to Shiva. The shops selling Prasad materials outside the temples have also started decorating.
Bhajan Kirtan will run continuously for 41 days in Mathia Shiva Temple
Chukhundu. Bhajan Kirtan started on Sunday as soon as Sawan started in the ancient Shiva temple in Mathia. As soon as this program is over after 24 hours, on the other hand, cultural Bhajan Kirtan will again be organized by Shiva followers in the temple complexes from Monday for 41 days. Which will last until September 5th.
Rudrabhishek is also of great importance here in the Shiva temple. All over Sawan, Shiva devotees from Bihar Province, including the surrounding villages, come here to visit Rudrabhishek. According to legends and local scholars, the Shiva temple of Mathia is said to come from Tretayuga. Here are five shivlings. In which three different temples and two on the platform are built. Rudrabhishek is of great importance on the temple in the month of Sawan and on Mahashivaratri. Shiva devotees from near and far reach the temple for Rudrabhishek when their wishes are fulfilled. A fair is also organized here on Mahashivratri. According to the scholars of the area and the priest of the temple, Virbhadra Giri, this Shiva temple of Mathia belongs to Tretayuga. The thick walls of the temple complex are also a symbol of antiquity. There is also a detailed mention of the temple in the book ‘Kutkustha’ by the well-known scholar and villager Late Rampujan Pandey aka Damdi Pandit. While in the country, a person named Ishwariya Rai from Vihar Province had him excavated after a dream. After the Shivling was found during the excavations, the Shivlings were established in different temples by building the same temple. In Sawan and on Mondays and Fridays there are a lot of devotees of Bhole Nath throughout the month. However, this time too, the month of Sawan has faded due to a corona infection. By the way, this time cultural Bhajan Kirtan was organized for 41 days in the temple complexes by the followers of Shiva.

Devotees performed in pagodas on Sawan Jalabhishek’s first day

Deorie. At the beginning of the holy month of Shravan, only male and female devotees gathered in the pagodas of the district to worship and perform Jalabhishek. After taking a bath in the morning, people turned to the Shiva temples and praised Bhole Bhandari with full devotion. Since it is the first Monday, more believers are expected to visit the temples today.

The worship of Lord Shiva in the month of Shravan is considered particularly important and very rewarding. There is a tradition of giving special worship to Lord Bhole Bhandari throughout the month, especially on Mondays and Fridays, in other pagodas, including the district’s famous Somnath Temple, Durgeshwarnath Temple, Majhoraj, Dugdheshwanath of Rudrapur, Mahendranath of Mahan. This time, however, due to the corona infection, guidelines for worship in famous pagodas were issued by many temples. Since Sunday is the first day of the month of Sawan, most of the devotees visit the Somnath Temple in town, the pagoda on the Police Line, the new Baba Siddheshwarnath Shiv Mandir colony and the eponymous Shiva Temple in the Bhatwalia Electricity Center, Omkareshwar Panchdev Shiva Temple of Kachari Square He went and said prayers. Believers complete their worship by performing jalabhishek and offering their favorite prasad to Shiva. The shops selling Prasad materials outside the temples have also started decorating.

Bhajan Kirtan will run continuously for 41 days in Mathia Shiva Temple

Chukhundu. Bhajan Kirtan started on Sunday as soon as Sawan started in the ancient Shiva temple in Mathia. As soon as this program is over after 24 hours, on the other hand, cultural Bhajan Kirtan will again be organized by Shiva followers in the temple complexes from Monday for 41 days. Which will last until September 5th.

Rudrabhishek is also of great importance here in the Shiva temple. All over Sawan, Shiva devotees from Bihar Province, including the surrounding villages, come here for rudrabhishek. According to legends and local scholars, the Shiva temple of Mathia is said to come from Tretayuga. Here are five shivlings. In which three different temples and two on the platform are built. Rudrabhishek is of great importance on the temple in the month of Sawan and on Mahashivaratri. Shiva devotees from near and far reach the temple for Rudrabhishek when their wishes are fulfilled. A fair is also organized here on Mahashivratri. According to the scholars of the area and the priest of the temple, Virbhadra Giri, this Shiva temple of Mathia belongs to Tretayuga. The thick walls of the temple complex are also a symbol of antiquity. There is also a detailed mention of the temple in the book ‘Kutkustha’ by the well-known scholar and villager Late Rampujan Pandey aka Damdi Pandit. While in the country, a person named Ishwariya Rai from Vihar Province had him excavated after a dream. After the Shivling was found during the excavations, the Shivlings were established in different temples by building the same temple. In Sawan and on Mondays and Fridays there are a lot of devotees of Bhole Nath throughout the month. However, this time too, the month of Sawan has faded due to a corona infection. By the way, this time cultural Bhajan Kirtan was organized for 41 days in the temple complexes by the followers of Shiva.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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