Today on the first Monday, Jalabhishek must be done in temples through social distancing

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Badaun. Sawan month started on Sunday. There was less activity in the temples on the first day of Sawan. On Monday, however, the followers of Bhole will reach the Jalabhishek in the pagodas. The preparations for this have been completed.
This time the Kanwar Yatra was banned because of the impending corona infection. In temples, too, there are instructions from the administration for worship services according to the Corona guidelines. From the administration to the committees of the temples, it is said that worship services are held here with social distance. Jalabhishek is performed on the special rasling by Gaurishankar Sahasradham. Preparations for Jalabhishek are also being made in Birubari and other well-known Shiva temples.
Devotees will see the holy Rasling
Preparations for Jalabhishek on the shivling of Sahasradham Gaurishankar Devalaya on Usawan Road from the city are complete. Avnish Mishra, who is in contact with the temple’s management system, took stock of the cleanliness on Sunday. Pandit Sri Krishna of Nepalese descent said that worship will begin here in Brahmamurhut. Jalabhishek will also take place. Said the rasling of the temple is unique in the entire state. It has a special blend of mercury and gold.
Must go to Birubari Temple with a mask on
Jalabhishek begins at 4:30 a.m. in Birubari, the city’s iconic temple. The temple’s mahant, Abhimanyu Pandey, said there used to be more crowds than the Kanwar pilgrims arrived. This time there is a ban on it, so there is no possibility of crowds. Only the locals will come for Jalabhishek. This is where people are asked to use masks and disinfectants and keep them away. All the people on the temple committee are already keeping their distance by putting on masks.
There will be no mass in Patna Devkali Temple, only darshan
Four kilometers before the city of Usawan is the famous Patna Devkali Temple within the boundaries of the Kalan Police Station of Shahjahanpur. Legend has it that the Shivling himself appeared here and the demon Guru Shukracharya worshiped Lord Shiva and repented here. Most of the Kanwarias and Shiva devotees of Badaun District, after taking water from Kachla, go to Patna Devkali Temple and perform abhishek. There is a fair in the entire temple complex of Sawan. This time the administration removed the rest of the stores except for the Prasad stores. Mahant Akhilesh Giri said no vehicle would reach the temple, so police have put up barricades at two points on Usawan Shahjahanpur Road. If anyone overcrowded the temple, the committee level would also file a complaint with the police.
Jalabhishek is made in the Manokamna Temple of Bisauli. held
Bisoul. On the first Monday of Sawan, the preparations in the great temples of the city are completed. Preparations to adhere to the corona policy were also seen by the temple committee. On the first Monday of Sawan, arrangements were made for cleaning, etc., of the Manokamna Temple on Bilsi Marg of the city. Bamboo bats were installed on the temple grounds. The committee also took care of the cleanliness inside and outside the temple area. Many people from the surrounding villages come to the famous Manokamna Temple to perform Jalabhishek.
Followers led Jalabhishek on the first day of Sawan. on
Billi. On the first day of Sawan, followers of Bhole worshiped in temples and performed jalabhishek. The temples had been bright since morning. Devotees dedicated various kinds of material to Bholmath, including thorn apple, cannabis, flowers and milk. Devotees reached Neel Kantheshwar Maharaj, Hanumangarhi, Shiv Shakti Bhawan, Kuti Mandir, Nav Durga Temple at Mohalla number two in the city and performed Jalabhishek. Followers say tomorrow will be the first Monday of Sawan month, July 26th. Hence, the number of devotees performing jalabhishek in the temples is likely to be high. conversation
There is a total ban on Kanwar Yatra. In the temples, Jalabhishek is instructed to enter five people at the same time. This is followed. Temple committees have also been informed. Action will be taken against those who break the rules. Amit Kumar, City Council

Badaun. Sawan month started on Sunday. There was less activity in the temples on the first day of Sawan. On Monday, however, the followers of Bhole will reach the Jalabhishek in the pagodas. The preparations for this have been completed.

This time the Kanwar Yatra was banned because of the impending corona infection. In temples, too, there are instructions from the administration for services according to the Corona guidelines. From the administration to the committees of the temples, it is said that worship services are held here with social distance. Jalabhishek is performed on the special rasling by Gaurishankar Sahasradham. Preparations for Jalabhishek are also being made in Birubari and other well-known Shiva temples.

Devotees will see the holy Rasling

Preparations for Jalabhishek on the shivling of Sahasradham Gaurishankar Devalaya on Usawan Road from the city are complete. Avnish Mishra, who is in contact with the temple’s management system, took stock of the cleanliness on Sunday. Pandit Sri Krishna of Nepalese descent said that worship will begin here in Brahmamurhut. Jalabhishek will also take place. Said the rasling of the temple is unique in the entire state. It has a special blend of mercury and gold.

Must go to Birubari Temple with a mask on

Jalabhishek begins at 4:30 a.m. in Birubari, the city’s iconic temple. The temple’s mahant, Abhimanyu Pandey, said there used to be more crowds than the Kanwar pilgrims arrived. This time there is a ban on it, so there is no possibility of crowds. Only the locals will come for Jalabhishek. This is where people are asked to use masks and disinfectants and keep them away. All the people on the temple committee are already keeping their distance by putting on masks.

There will be no mass in Patna Devkali Temple, only darshan

Four kilometers before the city of Usawan is the famous Patna Devkali Temple within the boundaries of the Kalan Police Station of Shahjahanpur. Legend has it that the Shivling himself appeared here and the demon Guru Shukracharya worshiped Lord Shiva and repented here. Most of the Kanwarias and Shiva devotees of Badaun District, after taking water from Kachla, go to Patna Devkali Temple and perform abhishek. There is a fair in the entire temple complex of Sawan. This time the administration removed the rest of the stores except for the Prasad stores. Mahant Akhilesh Giri said no vehicle would reach the temple, so police have put up barricades at two points on Usawan Shahjahanpur Road. If anyone overcrowded the temple, the committee level would also file a complaint with the police.

Jalabhishek is made in the Manokamna Temple of Bisauli. held

Bisoul. On the first Monday of Sawan, the preparations in the great temples of the city are completed. Preparations to adhere to the corona policy were also seen by the temple committee. On the first Monday of Sawan, arrangements were made for cleaning, etc., of the Manokamna Temple on Bilsi Marg of the city. Bamboo bats were installed on the temple grounds. The committee also took care of the cleanliness inside and outside the temple area. Many people from the surrounding villages come to the famous Manokamna Temple to perform Jalabhishek.

Followers led Jalabhishek on the first day of Sawan. on

Billi. On the first day of Sawan, followers of Bhole worshiped in temples and performed jalabhishek. The temples had been bright since morning. Devotees dedicated various kinds of material to Bholmath, including thorn apple, cannabis, flowers and milk. Devotees reached Neel Kantheshwar Maharaj, Hanumangarhi, Shiv Shakti Bhawan, Kuti Mandir, Nav Durga Temple at Mohalla number two in the city and performed Jalabhishek. Followers say tomorrow will be the first Monday of Sawan month, July 26th. Hence, the number of devotees performing jalabhishek in the temples is likely to be high. conversation

There is a total ban on Kanwar Yatra. In the temples, Jalabhishek is instructed to enter five people at the same time. This is followed. Temple committees have also been informed. Action will be taken against those who break the rules. Amit Kumar, City Councilor

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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