In Kashi, foreign devotees are doing Maharudrabhishek with 21 Vedic Brahmins in the month of Sawan.
Varanasi, August 03 (H.S.). The turbulent city of Kashipuradhipati and the banks of the Ganges have been the center of attraction among the indigenous and foreign pilgrims for centuries. Foreigners take refuge on the banks of the Ganges and temples for peace and spiritual experience. They also participate in Yagya and Havan in the month of Sawan. Its view can be seen in the Maa Gayatri temple located in Chittupur. Here foreign devotees also conduct Rudrabhishek with full devotion. There are also many foreign devotees who help financially in this.
During the Yagya and Havan in the temple, they get wonderful spiritual experiences and bliss and during this they also offer prayers to Devadhidev Mahadev. In this, more than 200 Vedic Brahmins and Batuks participate in the events associated with the temple. In the holy month of Shravan, Maharudrabhishek is organized daily by 21 Vedic Brahmins here. Jyotirvid Pt. Shivpujan Chaturvedi, president of the Vedic Educational Research Society, the founder of the temple, says that in the last three decades, more than 8000 people from about 60 countries of the world came in contact with him. They came here in search of peace of mind. He benefited immensely from the Vedic astrology yagya and chanting activities in the temple and he became associated with the temple and Kashi for a lifetime. Many people have given the Vedic names of their children born by the grace of Yagya or who survived the death. Every year they reach Kashi with their family and offer darshan of Mother Gayatri and Mahadev. This creates a positive environment and gives livelihood to the Vedic Pandits. He told that due to the grace of Mahadev, the Vedic people associated with the temple did not face any problem of survival even during the corona epidemic.