Sawan Jhula Mela: Millions of people will gather at ayodhya’s sawan jhula mela

Sawan Jhula Mela: Millions of people will gather at ayodhya’s sawan jhula mela

Ayodhya: The Muharram festival is held in Ayodhya only during the Sawan Jhula Mela. In such a situation, given the sensitivity of the two festivals, the administration is very careful in terms of security and maintaining order. DM Nitish Kumar said that according to Chandra Darshan this year Muharram’s first date will probably fall on July 31 and August 10. On the occasion of Muharram, processions are taken out in urban and rural areas. Along with this, Tajia was settled in various places and buried in Karbala. He said that on July 31, along with Jhulanotsav, Sawan Jhula Mela would also start. It is estimated that a crowd of up to 15 lakhs gathered in the famous Sawan Jhula Mela and Kanwar Yatra of Ayodhya. In such a situation, the plan is in the process of being finalized to create an atmosphere of harmony in the neighborhood and watch over sensitive areas of the fair grounds.

He said fundamentalists, anti-social elements and anti-social forces are being watched. By marking chaotic elements, instructions were given to closely monitor their activities. According to DM Nitish Kumar, City Magistrate and Resident Magistrate, Ayodhya and all SDMs, Additional District Magistrates (City) and Additional District Magistrates (Administration) must maintain vigilance throughout their areas assigned.

Officers were held responsible for strictly following Covid-19 instructions. Peace committee meetings are organized by contacting and communicating with Muslim religious leaders, clerics and related committees. Along with this, arrangements are also made for a fifteen-day cultural fair full of make-up juice. The main fair will start on July 31 with a Maniparvat fair and religious program. In which the Jhulanotsav is started by installing the deities of all the major temples of Ayodhya on hundreds of swings located on Maniparvat. From the next day, colorful cultural programs continue for fifteen days by having the deities sit on swings in the temples. This fair lasts until the night, during which thousands of people gather in the temples and enjoy cultural programs.

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Indian Lekhak

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