Strongly believe in the danger of Corona: A bath in the Ganges on Guru Purnima

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Ujhani / turtle. On Guru Purnima there was a bathing ban in the Ganges due to the risk of corona infection, but despite the strictness of the police, numerous believers reached the banks of the Ganges. Along with Kachla Ghat, many devotees also immersed themselves in Ataina, Bhundi Ghat and Beladandi Ghat in the Ganges. Police and administrative officials, however, kept returning the believers and warning of the risk of corona infection.
Ganga Snan has a special meaning on Guru Purnima. Then the month of Sawan begins. Because of a corona infection, a Ganga bath on Guru Purnima was forbidden on Saturday. In Kachla Ghat on both sides, in Bhundi Ghat, Aetaina and Beladandi Ghats, police forces were deployed together with judges. In the midst of the severity, many believers plunged into the Ganges and sang “Har Har Gange”. After bathing in the Ganges, the devotees take out the aarti from Maa Ganga and offer Prasad. Donated to the wise and saints on the banks of the Ganges. The believers arrived at Kachla Ghat from Brahma Muhurta itself. Despite the severity of the Ganges Ghats, some devotees managed to get a bath. The officers from Badaun and Kasganj were deployed on both sides of the Kachla Bridge on the border of the Badaun Kasganj district. Many pilgrims were turned back by the border itself. Apart from that, barriers were also erected on the banks of the Ganges on the border of the two districts, but the believers escaped the police and reached for a bath.
Police also monitored from boats
Strict measures were taken by the police at the Ganga Ghats. He repeatedly warned believers against gathering due to the Corona curfew. Those who bathed in the Ganges were made aware of social distancing by the police by arriving in boats. The faith did not lose even amid the severity of the police and bathing in the Ganges lasted from Brahma Muhurta until the evening. Large numbers of devotees also took Ganga water to perform jalabhishek in the pagodas.
Ganga bath also done outside of the ghats
At the Ganges Ghats, the police stopped the believers in order to reach the Ganges for bathing. Because of this, the devotees also took bath some distance from the main ghats. In Kachla Ghat, far from the ghats on either side of the Ganges, people have been seen bathing. Even in Ataina, where the police were on duty and the devotees were stopped, the devotees were seen bathing by somehow changing the path and reaching the bank of the Ganges.

Ujhani / turtle. On Guru Purnima there was a bathing ban in the Ganges due to the risk of corona infection, but despite the strictness of the police, numerous believers reached the banks of the Ganges. Along with Kachla Ghat, many devotees also immersed themselves in Ataina, Bhundi Ghat and Beladandi Ghat in the Ganges. Police and administrative officials, however, kept returning the believers and warning of the risk of corona infection.

Ganga Snan has a special meaning on Guru Purnima. Then the month of Sawan begins. Because of a corona infection, a Ganga bath on Guru Purnima was forbidden on Saturday. In Kachla Ghat on both sides, in Bhundi Ghat, Aetaina and Beladandi Ghats, police forces were deployed together with judges. In the midst of the severity, many believers plunged into the Ganges and sang “Har Har Gange”. After bathing in the Ganges, the devotees take out the aarti from Maa Ganga and offer Prasad. Donated to the wise and saints on the banks of the Ganges. The believers arrived at Kachla Ghat from Brahma Muhurta itself. Despite the severity of the Ganges Ghats, some devotees managed to get a bath. The officers from Badaun and Kasganj were deployed on both sides of the Kachla Bridge on the border of the Badaun Kasganj district. Many pilgrims were turned back by the border itself. Apart from that, barriers were also erected on the banks of the Ganges on the border of the two districts, but the believers escaped the police and reached for a bath.

Police also monitored from boats

Strict measures were taken by the police at the Ganga Ghats. He repeatedly warned believers against gathering due to the Corona curfew. Those who bathed in the Ganges were made aware of social distancing by arriving in boats by the police. The faith did not lose even amid the severity of the police and bathing in the Ganges lasted from Brahma Muhurta until the evening. Large numbers of devotees also took Ganga water to perform jalabhishek in the pagodas.

Ganga bath also done outside of the ghats

At the Ganges Ghats, the police stopped the believers in order to reach the Ganges for bathing. Because of this, the devotees also took bath some distance from the main ghats. In Kachla Ghat, far from the ghats on either side of the Ganges, people have been seen bathing. Even in Ataina, where the police were on duty and the devotees were stopped, the devotees were seen bathing by somehow changing the path and reaching the bank of the Ganges.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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