Sawan month began with darshan worship in temples

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Mirzapur. Sawan began worshiping Bholmath on Monday. Believers flocked from the city to the villages to worship Bholmath in various Shiva temples. Shiva followers performed Jalabhishek from Bholmath with bel leaves, bhang, dhatur, madar flowers and ganga water.
Jigna: According to the rules of Kovid in Baba Badoranath, people were given darshan worship. The process of darshan, worship, and jalabhishek, which began in the morning, lasted all day. Temple priest Mahendra Giri said believers are not allowed to enter the temple every Monday, Trayodashi and Nagpanchami in Sawan. Jalabhishek is performed from Chonga. Bhajan, Kirtan, Katha, Rudrabhishek and Bhandara are organized in the temple complexes throughout the month of Sawan. On the first Monday of Sawan, full preparations were made for Jalabhishek at Vimleshwar Mahadev Temple in Hargarh, Jhoria Mahadev in Vijaypur, Budhenath in Nadini, Parshurampuri in Chehra, Taleshwar Mahadev Temple in Chaderuchukatha and other Shiva temples. Halia: On the first day from Sawan to Mangala Aarti, devotees crowded Darshan worship in the Kotarnath Shiva temple. After bathing in the Adva River, people stood in line and worshiped Bholmath with Jalabhishek.
Believers gathered at Shri Tadeshwar and Panchmukhi Mahadev temples
On the first day of Sawan there were a lot of Shiva devotees in Shri Tadkeshwar and Bariaghat Panchmukhi Mahadev temples in Raidani colony on Sunday. On the first day of Sawan, female devotees performed the Jalabhishek of Bholmath with Bhang, Dhatur, Bel Patra and Ganga waters.
In the morning, female devotees reached Bariaghat, Pakkaghat, Babaghat, Kachari Ghat and other ghats of the city for bathing. After bathing in the Ganges and reaching the Shiva temples on the ghats, they performed jalabhishek and darshan puja. Aside from the ancient temple, the process of worship, devotion and jalabhishek of Bholmath continued throughout the day in other Shiva temples. In rural areas, the Shiva temples at the Ganga Ghats were full of believers on the first day of Sawan. Men and women who came from rural areas worshiped Bholmath with Ganga bath.

Mirzapur. Sawan began worshiping Bholmath on Monday. Believers flocked from the city to the villages to worship Bholmath in various Shiva temples. Shiva followers performed Jalabhishek from Bholmath with bel leaves, bhang, dhatur, madar flowers and ganga water.

Jigna: In Baba Badoranath people were given darshan worship according to the rules of kovid. The process of darshan, worship, and jalabhishek, which began in the morning, lasted all day. Temple priest Mahendra Giri said that believers in Sawan, Trayodashi and Nagpanchami are not allowed to enter the temple every Monday. Jalabhishek is performed from Chonga. Bhajan, Kirtan, Katha, Rudrabhishek and Bhandara are organized in the temple complexes throughout the month of Sawan. On the first Monday of Sawan, full preparations were made for Jalabhishek at Vimleshwar Mahadev Temple in Hargarh, Jhoria Mahadev in Vijaypur, Budhenath in Nadini, Parshurampuri in Chehra, Taleshwar Mahadev Temple in Chaderuchukatha and other Shiva temples. Halia: On the first day from Sawan to Mangala Aarti, devotees crowded Darshan worship in the Kotarnath Shiva temple. After a swim in the Adva River, people stood in line and worshiped Bholmath with Jalabhishek.

Believers gathered at Shri Tadeshwar and Panchmukhi Mahadev temples

On the first day of Sawan there were a lot of Shiva devotees in Shri Tadkeshwar and Bariaghat Panchmukhi Mahadev temples in Raidani colony on Sunday. On the first day of Sawan, female devotees performed the Jalabhishek of Bholmath with Bhang, Dhatur, Bel Patra and Ganga waters.

In the morning, female devotees reached Bariaghat, Pakkaghat, Babaghat, Kachari Ghat and other ghats of the city for bathing. After bathing in the Ganges and reaching the Shiva temples on the ghats, they performed jalabhishek and darshan puja. Aside from the ancient temple, the process of worship, devotion and jalabhishek of Bholmath continued throughout the day in other Shiva temples. In rural areas, the Shiva temples at the Ganga Ghats were full of believers on the first day of Sawan. Men and women who came from rural areas worshiped Bholmath with Ganga bath.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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