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Varanasi20 minutes ago
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The most crowds have gathered at Dashashwamedh Ghat.
- There are huge crowds of devotees on the seven km long ghats.
- Barricading by police on major routes created a no vehicle zone
The Amavasya falling on the Krishna side of the month of Magh month is called Mauni Amavasya. According to the Dharma Shastras, Magh month is considered the best in 12 months. Taking a holy dip in the Ganges in Kashi brings a virtue equal to that of the Ashwamedha Yajna. Along with Dashashwamedh, Assi, Ahilyabai, Rajghat, Bhadaini, Rana Mahal, Darbhanga, Pandeyghat, Ravidas Ghat, there are crowds of bathing people across the Ganges.
Women should worship Peepal tree
Teerth purohit Anand Pandey said that by taking a dip in the silence of mother Ganga by wishing for welfare, the teachings are fulfilled. One should donate black sesame on this day. Lord Vishnu should offer a lamp of sesame. Today, taking a bath in the Ganges provides freedom from the physical, physical, divine (misuse of planetary transits) sins.
NDRF and water police teams are also monitoring Ganga in their lap.
Speech and mental sins are also washed away
In life, human beings often speak abusive speech due to mental feelings out of maliciousness. Which is a sin. Today people observe this by remaining silent. Umbrellas, blankets, shoes are also donated by donating ancestors. Despite the thick fog on the ghats, there is no shortage in the faith of the people.