Govardhan Puja – The Govardhan Puja, or the worship of the cow, is one of the most important Hindu festivals. It is celebrated on the last day of the dark fortnight (puja paksha) of Ashwin month (October – November) every year. The festival falls on the day of the waxing moon (Gauribidan), and is usually celebrated in households by offering prayers to Lord Krishna and his consort Radha. Here’s a guide to the Govardhan Puja 2023 celebrations.
This Festivals is the part of 5 day long festivities of Diwali and it is is mark a day after Diwali. Each year Krishna Janamastami is mark as a manager to recall the plot of Gokul which had saved from rains at that time. In fact, it is trusted that the God of Rain, Lord Indra was angered by their decision to worship a hill (Annakut hill / Parbat) instead of him and caused uncontrollable rains during festive to punish them. This is at the time Lord Krishna lifted Govardhan Hill on his pinky finger in order to save people from drowning.
Govardhan Puja 2023
The festival is marked on the following day of Diwali. As this year, Diwali is exists marked on 24 October, so the holy occasion of Govardhan Puja will mark on 25 October. Let us tell you, Govardhan occasion is as well known as Annakut Puja. It is trusted about this occasion that on this day, Lord Krishna lifted the complete Mount Govardhan to save Gokulwasis from Indra’s rage. On the day of Govardhan Puja, human worship Mount Govardhan by making its idol from Dung.
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