Savan – Savan as of today, the crowd will no longer gather in the pagodas

Ancient Bhuiforwanath Shiva Temple in Lakhimpur City
– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

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Lakhimpur Kheri. The holy month of Sawan begins on Sunday. Like last year, Kanwar Yatras will not be able to leave this year either. A limited number of devotees will also be able to pray in Shiva temples. The Covid protocol is followed.
There are many ancient Shiva temples in the Kheri district. Some of them are from the Ramayana period and some from the Mahabharata period. The Shivling, which was founded in the ancient Shiva temple of Golagokarnath, called Chotikasi, is said to have been founded by Ravana. Thousands of believers pray here during the month of Sawan. Kanwariyas anoints Bhole Nath by bringing water from sacred rivers, but like last year there will be no Sawan Mela this time either.
The Shiv temple of Tedhnath Baba in the area of ​​Mohammadi Tehsil is said to date from the Mahabharata period. There are also a lot of followers in Sawan here. Bhandars are organized by Sawan every Monday. This time too, there will be fewer followers to be seen here. Devkali is an ancient place of pilgrimage, about 15 km from Lakhimpur. According to legend, King Janmejaya, son of King Parikshit, performed the famous Naagyagya in Puranas here. People gather on Nag Panchami on this pilgrimage to get rid of Kaal Sarp Dosh. There is also a fair here every Monday in Sawan. This time, due to the covid guidelines, fewer people will be able to come here.
The old Liloti Nath temple on Nighasan Road, nine kilometers from the city, is also said to date from the Mahabharata period. Legend has it that the Shivling was founded here by Ashwastama, the son of Guru Dronacharya. It is believed that the Shivling is worshiped when the doors of the temple are opened in the morning after cleansing at night. There is a fair here every Monday in Sawan, but this time there won’t be a fair.
Even in the city, the Bhuiforvanath Shiva Temple and Junglinath Shiva Temple are filled with devotees all over Sawan. The chain of shops runs all day. In this sawan there will be some crowding in these temples compared to normal days but the scene will not be seen as before. The sellers of worship materials, flowers, and bell petals suffer from this. conversation

Shivling founded in the ancient temple of Gola Gokarnath– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

Lakhimpur Kheri. The holy month of Sawan begins on Sunday. Like last year, Kanwar Yatras will not be able to leave this year either. A limited number of devotees will also be able to pray in Shiva temples. The Covid protocol is followed.

There are many ancient Shiva temples in the Kheri district. Some of them are from the Ramayana period and some from the Mahabharata period. The Shivling, which was founded in the ancient Shiva temple of Golagokarnath, called Chotikasi, is said to have been founded by Ravana. Thousands of believers pray here during the month of Sawan. Kanwariyas anoints Bhole Nath by bringing water from sacred rivers, but like last year there will be no Sawan Mela this time either.

The Shiv temple of Tedhnath Baba in the area of ​​Mohammadi Tehsil is said to date from the Mahabharata period. There are also a lot of followers in Sawan here. Bhandars are organized by Sawan every Monday. This time, too, there will be fewer believers to be seen. Devkali is an ancient place of pilgrimage, about 15 km from Lakhimpur. According to legend, King Janmejaya, the son of King Parikshit, performed the famous Naagyagya in Puranas here. People gather on Nag Panchami on this pilgrimage to get rid of Kaal Sarp Dosh. There is also a fair here every Monday in Sawan. This time, due to the covid guidelines, fewer people will be able to come here.

The old Liloti Nath temple on Nighasan Road, nine kilometers from the city, is also said to date from the Mahabharata period. Legend has it that the Shivling was founded here by Ashwastama, the son of Guru Dronacharya. It is believed that the Shivling is worshiped when the doors of the temple are opened in the morning after cleansing at night. There is a fair here every Monday in Sawan, but this time there won’t be a fair.

Even in the city, the Bhuiforvanath Shiva Temple and Junglinath Shiva Temple are filled with devotees all over Sawan. The chain of shops runs all day. In this Sawan there will be some crowding in these temples compared to normal days, but the scene will not be seen as before. The sellers of worship materials, flowers and bell leaves suffer from this. conversation

Shivling founded in the ancient temple of Gola Gokarnath

Shivling founded in the ancient temple of Gola Gokarnath– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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