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Ganga Dussehra: Festival, Celebration, Puja, Narration, Account, Facts, Sacred Puja

Today, we all are celebrating and observing the festival, called, the Ganga Dussehra, which is regarded as one of the very pious, sacred and the very famous Hindu festival.

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The festival, Ganga Dussehra, is also known as Gangavataran, which is observed and celebrating the avatarana (descent) of the Ganges.

All Hindus believed that the holy river Ganga, on this fateful day, descended from heaven to earth, which makes the festival, Ganga Dussehra, one of the sacred and pious Hindu festival, anyway.

Well, the festival, #Ganga Dussehra takes place on Dashami (10th day) of the waxing moon (Shukla Paksha) of the Hindu calendar in the month of the Jyeshtha.

The carnival merriment of the Hindu festival, #Ganga Dussehra, lasts for the ten days, which is consists of the nine days foregoing this holy day.

Well, the carnival, #Ganga Dussehra is mainly observed by the Hindu religion following people, predominately, in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, and West Bengal, because in this mentioned region, the cared river, Ganga flow, which is I read in the Wikipedia.

Ganga Dussehra: Festival, Celebration, Puja, Narration, Account, Facts, Sacred Puja

In the meantime, let me tell you, some of the cities, in the India, which includes, Haridwar, Varanasi, Garhmukteshwar, Rishikesh, Prayagraj, and Patna are the chief and main hub of the celebration of the festival, #Ganga Dussehra, which is also known as the Gangavataran, certainly.

The festival, #Ganga Dussehra, is actually, observe and rejoice in the city Haridwar with the massive, zeal, excitement, love, respect and vigor, indeed.

On this, carnival, of the #Ganga Dussehra, the Indian people from all over India, even from the foreign, come and visit Indian, especially, Haridwar, in order to seek blessings from Goddess Ganga.

Devotes, are also light up Diyas ( Earthern Pots) and take about 10 dips in the river, so that their each and every sin, will wash away, Wikipedia mentioned.

Some other rituals are also followed, anyway, on the festival, of the Ganga Dussehra, certainly.


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