Lucknow: People are taking a dip of faith in all major rivers on Maghi Purnima on Saturday. At the dawn of Prayagraj, by taking a dip in the confluence of the devotees, devotees are worshiping and donating after the bath at the holy confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and Antar Salila Saraswati. On this occasion, Pushpavarsha is also being conducted by helicopter on the devotees on the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
The Chief Minister said that the ‘Pushpavarsha’ on the holy occasion of Maghi Purnima in the pilgrimage Prayagraj is a recitation of the Indian Sanatan culture. He said that the dip of faith and faith in the holy Sangam should be auspicious for all.
People taking a bath in the Ganges with floral rains welcomed every har Gange with a jayghosh. A state helicopter has been sent from the capital to Prayagraj for flower rains. This helicopter flew from the police line there and showered Sangam flowers. Pushpavarsha is being done at the confluence in several rounds. This time, Pushpavarsha is happening for the second time in Magh Mela. Earlier, flowers were also showered on Mauni Amavasya.
The Chief Minister also offered his best wishes on Maghi Purnima. He said that on the auspicious occasion of Maghi Purnima today, hearty greetings to the people of the state and to the saints, devotees and Kalpavis who have come from all over the country and abroad to bathe in the Magh Mela. Bathing, donation and yagna have special significance on this day in the pilgrimage pilgrimage.
This is the fifth bathing festival in Magh Mela. Simultaneously, Kalpavas will be concluded in the one-month Magh Mela to be held at the confluence age. From the day of Paush Purnima, a month of Kalpavas started at the confluence age.