The worship of God Shiv begins in the month of Sawan

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Sawan as of today is worshiped in pagodas
Deorie. The holy Shravan month begins on July 25th. The worship of Lord Shiva has a special meaning this month. Preparations for worshiping Lord Bhole Bhandari are completed for the whole month, especially Monday, at the district’s famous Somnath Temple, Durgeshwarnath Temple, Majhoraj, Dugdheshwarnath of Rudrapur, Mahendranath of Mahan and other pagodas. However, given the possibility of a third wave of corona infection, Shiva followers were asked to stay at home and pray according to the temple committee’s distance rule.
The painting and painting work is complete at the city’s famous Somnath Temple, overlooking Sawan. Shri Baba Somnath Seva Samiti President Shankar Lal Saraogi, Minister Shankhlal Sarraf said that in view of the third wave of corona, believers have been asked to do worship, jalabhishek and rudrabhishek, etc. by staying at home. Prasad is not distributed on the temple grounds. All devotees will take care of themselves. Those who come must follow the rules of Kovid-19.
On the other hand, Priest Bhola Giri said that permission to visit and worship Baba Somnath would be given on the first Monday according to the guidelines of the district administration. Narayan Mani Tripathi, the priest of the pagoda on the police lines, said the temple had been cleansed with regard to Sawan. Vyas Muni Pandey, the priest of Sidgheshwarnath Shiva Temple in Bhatwalia, said that the amenities of the devotees coming on the occasion of Sawan will be provided. Yashoda Baba, the priest of Omkareshwar Panchdev Shiva Temple in Kachari Chauraha, said that the worshipers of Lord Shiva receive merits in the month of Sawan. The darshan service on the first four Mondays including the first is carried out according to the Corona guideline. Believers will also come to worship at the Shri Siddeshwarnath Temple near New Colony Chhota Park on the first Monday.

Sawan as of today is worshiped in pagodas

Deorie. The holy Shravan month begins on July 25th. The worship of Lord Shiva has a special meaning this month. Preparations for worshiping Lord Bhole Bhandari are completed for the whole month, especially Monday, at the district’s famous Somnath Temple, Durgeshwarnath Temple, Majhoraj, Dugdheshwarnath of Rudrapur, Mahendranath of Mahan and other pagodas. However, given the possibility of a third wave of corona infection, Shiva followers were asked to stay at home and pray according to the temple committee’s distance rule.

The painting and painting work is complete at the city’s famous Somnath Temple, overlooking Sawan. Shri Baba Somnath Seva Samiti President Shankar Lal Saraogi, Minister Shankhlal Sarraf said that in view of the third wave of corona, believers have been asked to do worship, jalabhishek and rudrabhishek, etc. by staying at home. Prasad is not distributed on the temple grounds. All devotees will take care of themselves. Those who come must follow the rules of Kovid-19.

On the other hand, Priest Bhola Giri said that permission to visit and worship Baba Somnath would be given on the first Monday according to the guidelines of the district administration. Narayan Mani Tripathi, the priest of the pagoda on the police lines, said the temple had been cleansed with regard to Sawan. Vyas Muni Pandey, the priest of Sidgheshwarnath Shiva Temple in Bhatwalia, said that the amenities of the devotees coming on the occasion of Sawan will be provided. Yashoda Baba, the priest of Omkareshwar Panchdev Shiva Temple in Kachari Chauraha, said that the worshipers of Lord Shiva receive merits in the month of Sawan. The darshan service on the first four Mondays including the first is carried out according to the Corona guideline. Believers will also come to worship at the Shri Siddeshwarnath Temple near New Colony Chhota Park on the first Monday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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