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Ganga Snaan – Devotees take a dip in the Ganges on the full moon


Hear the news Hear the news Ujhani/Kachla (Badayun). Kachla Gangaghat was drenched with faith since Thursday morning on the full moon day before Holi. Devotees who arrived in hundreds, after taking a bath in the Ganges, offered prayers at the ghat. In the midst of chanting, sacrifices were made in the havan. Devotees also performed religious rituals in the ashrams. The process of arrival of bathers started at Gangaghat in the early hours. Due to the devotees who reached the ghat by private vehicles, roadways buses and trains, the chants of Ganga Maiya kept reverberating at Gulzar Ganga Ghat. After taking a dip of faith, devotees offer prayers to the Sun God with chanting of mantras. The presiding deity was also worshipped. Devotees received blessings by offering dakshina to saints and brahmins. The maximum crowd was seen at the ghat at the edge of Kasganj district. Devotees from the surrounding area performed religious rituals in the ashrams on the banks of the Ganges under the supervision of saints. Offerings were made in the havan for happiness and peace. Among the saints, Baba Hari Om Das Shastri told that worship after bathing in the Ganges has a special significance. By doing this many times more merit is earned. On the other hand, children enjoyed Chole, puri-sabzi and jalebi at the fair at Gangaghat. After reaching the leprosy ashram, food was made at both ends of the Gangaghat in Kachhala. About 150 lepers, women and children live in both the ashrams. Some of the devotees reached the leprosy ashrams in the morning with food packets. He fed the lepers along with their families. Apart from this, many devotees also offered flour, rice, pulses etc. Earlier, the girls were also served a feast at the Ganga Ghat. Dakshina was given to them. Dialogue Ujhani/Kachla (Badayun). Kachla Gangaghat was drenched with faith since Thursday morning on the full moon day before Holi. Devotees who arrived in hundreds, after taking a bath in the Ganges, offered prayers at the ghat. In the midst of chanting, sacrifices were made in the havan. Devotees also performed religious rituals in the ashrams. The process of reaching the bathers started at Gangaghat in the early hours. Due to the devotees who reached the ghat by private vehicles, roadways buses and trains, the chants of Ganga Maiya kept reverberating at Gulzar Ganga Ghat. After taking a dip of faith, devotees offer prayers to the Sun God with chanting of mantras. The presiding deity was also worshipped. Devotees received blessings by offering dakshina to saints and brahmins. The maximum crowd was seen at the ghat at the edge of Kasganj district. Devotees from the surrounding area performed religious rituals in the ashrams on the banks of the Ganges under the supervision of saints. Offerings were made in the havan for happiness and peace. Among the saints, Baba Hari Om Das Shastri told that worship after bathing in the Ganges has a special significance. By doing this many times more merit is earned. On the other hand, children enjoyed Chole, Puri-Sabzi and Jalebi at the fair at Gangaghat. After reaching the leprosy ashram, leprosy ashrams have been made at both ends of the Ganga Ghat in Kachla. About 150 lepers, women and children live in both the ashrams. Some of the devotees reached the leprosy ashrams in the morning with food packets. He fed the lepers along with their families. Apart from this, many devotees also offered flour, rice, pulses etc. Earlier, the girls were also served a feast at the Ganga Ghat. Dakshina was given to them. conversation .

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