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Jhula festival ends in the temples of Mathura, the devotees were delighted by the divine darshan of Lord Ranganath and Radhavallabh

Mathura News: The Jhula Utsav going on in the temples of Mathura Vrindavan in the month of Sawan has come to an end. The Jhula festival started here from Hariyali Teej and on that day the Lord was seated in the swing.

After this, swings are put in all the temples of Mathura Vrindavan from Hariyali Teej to Sawan Purnima. Lord Ranganath was seated in a silver swing on Sawan Purnima. Lord Radha Vallabh sat in a swing made of fruits and swung.

Lord Raghunath appeared with Mata Goda

Let us tell you that in the largest Sri Ranganath temple of North India, Lord Sri Goda Rangamannar appeared to the devotees by sitting in a swing for 13 days. On the occasion of Hariyali Teej, a swing was put up in the swing pavilion near Garuda Pillar. Where Lord Raghunath used to sit in a swing with Mata Goda ji and gave darshan to the devotees.

Swing made of 200 kg silver

The swing that was put up for the Lord in the Ranganath temple was also quite special. This swing was made of about 200 kg of silver. In this, God was made to sit in the evening from Hariyali Teej to Sawan Purnima. The devotees were drawn to the temple after seeing the supernatural image of the Lord swinging in the swing and the artwork done by the artists on the swing.

Sawan Purnima was celebrated as the last day of Jhula Utsav. During this, the devotees worshiped God through Dandiya dance. Women devotees performed Dandiya dance on hymns. Around 25 women devotees performed dandiya dance for one hour in front of the deity and prayed to the deity for their well-being.

God appeared in the swing in Radhavallabh temple

Along with this, Jhula festival ended on Sawan Purnima in the famous Radhavallabh temple of Vrindavan. Here Lord Radhavallabh Lal gave darshan to the devotees by sitting in the swing placed in Jagmohan. Lord Radhavallabh Lal sometimes sat in a swing made of flowers and sometimes made of peacock feathers.

On the last day of Jhulan festival on Sawan Purnima, Lord Radhavallabh was seated in a swing made of fruits. This swing was made from about three quintals of fruits. When Lord Radhavallabh was seated in it, it seemed as if he was giving darshan while swinging in a garden.

use of fruits in swing

Six types of fruits were used in the fruit swing made for Lord Radha Vallabh. It contained orange, apple, banana, guava and pineapple. Where the four strings of the swing were made from apple and guava. And the swing was decorated with other fruits. Goswami Mohit Maral of the temple told that Radhavallabh is served with care and affection. According to the feelings of the devotees, they also pamper their worshipers in that way.


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