PHOTOS: Storyteller Shri Devkinandan Thakur in Palamu, crowd of devotees gathered in Kalash Yatra

Palamu, Chandrashekhar Singh: In connection with Shri Laxminarayan Mahayagya cum Shrimad Bhagwat Katha, Kalash Yatra was taken out with musical instruments at around 9 am on Tuesday from the Housing Colony premises located on Bypass Road of the city. Famous Bhagwat Katha reciter Devkinandan Thakur led the Kalash Yatra riding on the chariot.

The learned Brahmin who had come from Varanasi chanted mantras and worshiped Mother Ganga, after which the devotees, men and women filled water in the urn from the banks of Koyal river located at Girivar School and left for the yagya site. Water from seven rivers was sprinkled on the devotees participating in the Kalshayatra.

The Kalash Yatra reached the yagya site at Housing Colony via Head Post Office Chowk, Chhammuhan, Redma Chowk, Bypass Road. After this Hanumat Puja ritual took place. In this sequence, flowers were showered on the devotees from the helicopter. The people of the committee should be active in making it successful.

Under the supervision of Brahmachari Uditanand Ji Maharaj and Saint Shri Gauravanand Ji Maharaj, Kalash Yatra was taken out from the Yagya site Housing Colony premises. The procession was taken out under the supervision of Mahayagya Committee patron Arjun Pandey alias Guru Pandey, President Devendra Tiwari, Yagyashala in-charge Krishnakant Choubey and General Secretary Shailesh Dubey. Leaving the yagya site complex, the Kalash Yatra reached near the Town Hall via Bypass Road, Redma Chowk, Chha Muhan, Head Post Office Chowk.

Chief Patron of Mahayagya Committee Arjun Pandey alias Guru Pandey, Panki MLA Dr. Shashibhushan Mehta and many dignitaries of the division participated. After the Kalash Yatra, the Havan Yagya ritual will start from the morning of 22nd November. The ritual of Havan will begin with the chanting of Vedic mantras by the Yagyacharya and learned Brahmins in the Yagyashala. 55 guests will perform Havan simultaneously at 11 ponds.

From 22nd November to 27th November, Devkinandan Thakur will enthrall you with Shrimad Bhagwat Katha. Bhagwat Katha will be held from 3 pm to 6 pm. Devotees will be able to enjoy the company’s juice on November 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thousands of devotees from urban and rural areas of Palamu division participated in the Kalash Yatra.

Magistrate was deployed for Kalash Yatra. Police arrangements were made at every nook and corner. The police administration remained fully prepared. The route chart for Kalash Yatra was changed so that people do not face any problem in transportation. However, the jam situation continued in Koel bridge. Due to this, people faced problems in transportation.

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