Shiv Devotees Left For Noida With Dak Kanwar From Shuktirth Gangaghat

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In view of Shivratri festival in Muzaffarnagar, Dak Kanwaris passing through Shiv Chowk of the city. Dialogue – Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR

Shivbhakta Morna (Muzaffarnagar) left for Noida with Dak Kanwar from Shuktirth Gangaghat. Shuktirth Dak has become the new center of Kanwar after the ban on Kanwar Yatra in Uttarakhand. After Shamli, now Shiv devotees of Noida, Ghaziabad and Meerut left for the pagodas by taking dak kanwar from Shuktirth Gangaghat. Shiva devotees demanded to develop Shuktirth for Kanwars and to provide facilities for Kanwariyas. After the ban on Kanwar in Uttarakhand due to Kovid-19, a large number of Kanwariyas are turning to Shuktirth Gangaghat to collect Gangajal. Devotees who came in large numbers from Shamli first and now from Noida, Ghaziabad and Meerut reached the pilgrimage town of Shuktirth and took water from Gangaghat to perform Jalabhishek of Lord Ashutosh on Shivratri. After this, all the Shiva devotees left for the pagodas at their destination in the form of dak kanwar. During this, Shiva devotees Sonu Sharma, Mohit Kashyap, Shubham, Vibhu, Rajiv, Sanju, Vipin and Raju, residents of Noida and Ghaziabad, told that Shuktirth is an ancient and historical pilgrimage city. The government should develop Shuktirth on the lines of Haridwar and develop it as a Kanwar pilgrimage site. At the same time, Shiv Bhakts Jitendra, Animet, Sachin, Saurabh, Pannelal Rahi and Vijay, residents of Marakpur Tigri village of Mawana area of ​​Meerut district said that now that there is a ban on bringing kanwar from Uttarakhand for two years, it is necessary that Shuktirth Along with developing it on the lines of Haridwar to bring Kanwar, its publicity should also be done.

Shiv Bhakt Morna (Muzaffarnagar) left for Noida with Dak Kanwar from Shuktirth Gangaghat. Shuktirth Dak has become the new center of Kanwar after the ban on Kanwar Yatra in Uttarakhand. After Shamli, now Shiv devotees of Noida, Ghaziabad and Meerut left for the pagodas by taking dak kanwar from Shuktirth Gangaghat. Shiva devotees demanded to develop Shuktirtha for Kanwars and to provide facilities for Kanwariyas. After the ban on Kanwar in Uttarakhand due to Kovid-19, a large number of Kanwariyas are turning to Shuktirth Gangaghat to collect Gangajal. Devotees who came in large numbers first from Shamli and now from Noida, Ghaziabad and Meerut reached the pilgrimage town of Shuktirth and took water from Gangaghat to perform Jalabhishek of Lord Ashutosh on Shivratri. After this, all the Shiva devotees left for the pagodas at their destination in the form of dak kanwar. During this, Shiva devotees Sonu Sharma, Mohit Kashyap, Shubham, Vibhu, Rajiv, Sanju, Vipin and Raju, residents of Noida and Ghaziabad, told that Shuktirth is an ancient and historical pilgrimage town. The government should also develop Shuktirth on the lines of Haridwar and develop it as a Kanwar pilgrimage site. At the same time, Shiv Bhakts Jitendra, Animet, Sachin, Saurabh, Pannelal Rahi and Vijay etc. residents of Marakpur Tigri village of Mawana area of ​​Meerut district said that now that there is a ban on bringing kanwar from Uttarakhand for two years, it is necessary that Shuktirth Along with developing it on the lines of Haridwar to bring Kanwar, its publicity should also be done. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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