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Rath Yatra festival ends with Bahuda Yatra in Dev Nagar, read details here

Rath Yatra festival ends with Bahuda Yatra in Dev Nagar, read details here

The Rath Yatra, which began on June 20 in Government Colony of Dev Nagar, Karol Bagh, concluded on June 28 with Bahuda Yatra. Chief officials of the Rath Yatra Committee, Anil Patnaik, Prasanna Kumar Nanda and BR Mishra told that Jagannath along with his sister Subhadra and his elder brother Baldau go to their aunt’s house on the second day of Shukla Paksha of Ashadh month, after that on the Shukla Paksha of Ashadh month. On the Dashami of Paksha, lord Jagannath returned to his Shridham from his aunt’s house. This tradition is called Bahuda Yatra. Shravan Kumar ji Pradeep ji and PK Sarangi ji, other office bearers of Rath Yatra Samiti Dev Nagar, told that during this great festival many traditions are observed regarding Mother Lakshmi . When Maa Mahalakshmi got angry with Lord Jagannath, she broke the chariot of Lord Jagannath, as observance of of the tradition, Hera Panchami was also organized in Dev Nagar Society.

Important personalities who attended:

Rajya Sabha MP Prashant Nanda ji, Director General of Indian Meteorological Department Dr. Mrityunjay Mohapatra ji, popular MLA of Karol Bagh Vidhansabha Vishesh Ravi ji and local councilor Urmila Mahendra Gautam ji were present and offered special prayers on the occasion of conclusion of this 9-day festival and conveyed their best wishes to the residents of Dev Nagar. Rajya Sabha MP Prashant Kumar Nanda and Director of Meteorological Department Mrityunjay Mohapatra etc. thanked Devnagar Rath Yatra Committee and RWA Committee for organizing this event.Councilor Urmila Mahendra Gautam expressed their gratitude to the people of Rath Yatra Samiti and RWA Samiti and said that Lord Jagannath Prabhu’s blessings remain on the people of this society and Karol Bagh as well as on all the people of the country to move forward with the cultural diversity. During the Bahuda Yatra, about two thousand devotees were present in Dev Nagar Society who experienced spiritual bliss by pulling the rope of the chariot and at the same time received the Prasad of Mahaprabhu.
Along with the members of the Rath Yatra committee of Dev Nagar, there was a special contribution by other dignitaries, mainly Anil Patnaik, BR Mishra, Arun ji, to introduce Orissa as well as this wonderful culture and inclusiveness of the country were Sunil Behera, Sudhir Gupta, Kulshrestha ji, PK Sarangi, Kuldeep ji, Vijay ji, Anubhav ji, Shravan Kumar ji, Prasanna Kumar Nanda ji, Aseem Bhattacharya, Pradeep Sharma, Vijay Londe ji, Kishan ji Madhav ji, Deepak ji, Pawan ji, Jai Narayan ji, Sumant ji, Prakunj ji, Hemant ji, Champak ji, Nayak ji and members of Sai Mitra Mandal.


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