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Varanasi10 hours ago
A crowd gathered at the Ganges Ghat in Varanasi to offer the rising sun.
- Thousands gathered at Assi, Dashashwamedh, Rajendra Prasad, Rajghat, Ahilyabai, Shivala Ghat
- Mustard, the NDRF jawan, was keeping a watch on the Ganges ghats with a drone.
The sixth festival of worship of Lord Surya was completed with the offering of Arghya to the rising Sun on Saturday morning. A huge crowd gathered in the morning from the Ganges Ghats of Varanasi to offer arghya. Vratis said in the conversation that they are confident that the sun will end the corona epidemic with its splendor. There was a surge in Surya Sarovar of BLW including Assi, Rajghat, Dashashwamedh, Shivala, Ahilyabai, Man-Mahal, Bhadaini.
SSP Amit Pathak inspected many places including Shastri Ghat, Rajghat, Manikarnika, Scindia Ghat.
Police were keeping a watch on the drone with patrolling from the boat
The route had to be closed for some time due to the presence of devotees at Sheetla Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat. On the great faith of the people, there was a wish among the people that the epidemic would end with prosperity and prosperity. Women also worshiped in small ponds and ponds. In many places, people reached the ghat with drums. On the other hand, the police was continuously patrolling the boat in the Ganges for protection on the Ganges Ghats. Also, the crowd was being monitored by drones.
On Saturday, on the festival of Suryopasana, people gave halfway to the Ganges Ghat, Surya Sarovar, Varuna river bank, kundas.
Devotee Mohini Singh said that in the last eight months, people of the country and the world have raised a lot of problems due to Corona. For the first time, the doors of the temple were closed. There was a distance between the devotee and God. The Sixth Maia wishes that the epidemic ends quickly.