On the third Monday of Sawan, the hymns of Shiva will resonate in the pagodas of the city. A group of Kavadis will be seen everywhere in the city with shouts of Bol Bam. Kavadis including devotees will chant Bol Bam by performing Jalabhishek, while on the third Monday of Sawan month from the Siddheshwar Mahadev temple located at Kotwali intersection, the traditional.
Third Monday of Sawan.
On the third Monday of Sawan, the hymns of Shiva will resonate in the pagodas of the city. A group of Kavadis will be seen everywhere in the city with shouts of Bol Bam. Kavadis including devotees will chant Bol Bam after performing Jalabhishek, while on the third Monday of Sawan month from Siddheshwar Mahadev temple located at Kotwali intersection, traditionally Shiv Palki Yatra will be taken out in the city.
On the third Monday of Sawan, there will be queues of devotees in the Shiva temples of the city as well as other temples. Worship and Abhishek will be performed by the devotees. The atmosphere will be Shivamaya with the echo of the chants of Bholenath. In the Shiva temple, Shiva devotees will worship after offering coconut, vine leaves, flowers, sugar, rice, vermilion and sandalwood from early morning.
Today, the third Monday of Sawan, will take out Shiv Palki Yatra.
Mankameshwar temple priest told that Monday of Sawan month has special significance to fulfill his wishes by pleasing Lord Shiva in the month of Sawan. If the method of worshiping Shiva and fasting is correct, then Shiva ji quickly becomes pleased and fulfills the wishes of his devotee.
Traditionally on the third Monday of the month of Sawan, the Shiv Palki Yatra will start at 12 noon from the Siddheshwar Mahadev temple located at the local Kotwali intersection, which will reach Mankameshwar temple directly from the main road of the city. Giving information, Sunil Dubey, chairman of Shivpalki Yatra Committee, said that following the guide line of covid-19 and the government, this year Shiv Palki Yatra is being taken out briefly in the city, starting from the Kotwali intersection and directly from the main road. Mana will reach Kameshwar temple.
Palki Yatra will start from Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple.
Lord Siddheshwar riding in a palanquin will be adorned with flowers. After the aarti worship at Mankameshwar temple, the palanquin yatra will again reach Siddheshwar temple, where Maha Aarti, After the distribution of Mahaprasadi, it will end. The organizing committee appealed to the devotees of Shiv and the residents of the city to join the palanquin tour and worship Lord Siddheshwar, keeping in mind the covid 19, the founder of the committee, Kishore Kaushal, patron Satish Rathore, Harish Chandra Agarwal, Shankar Samrat Prajapati, Anil Sharma, Rajendra Verma, Rahul Yadav, Pappu Dhadi, Brajesh Parasar, Subhash Sharma, Pradeep Chauhan, Ashish Gupta, Raju Ratlami, Purushottam Meena, Akhilesh Chaurasia, Pratul Rathor, Navneet Talreja, Pranav Sharma, Dilip Gandhi and all the members of the committee are included.
One thousand Shivlings are contained in the city’s Sahastralingeshwar Mahadev.
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The Banks Of The River Sivan, Of Which The Sahastralingeshwar Mahadev Temple At Badiyakhedi In The City Is The Oldest. Special Worship Is Done Here In The Month Of Sawan. It Is Said That Whatever Wish Is Sought In This Shiva Temple, Lord Bholenath Fulfills It.
The Priests Here Say That This Statue Came Out Of The Siwan River.
A Shivalinga Of The Sahastralingeshwara Temple Contains One Thousand Shivlings. The Priests Here Say That This Statue Came Out Of The Siwan River, The Temple Is About 300 To 400 Years Old. The Temple Has Been Built On The Banks Of The Sivan River Only After The Shivling Emerges From The Sivan River. A Large Number Of Devotees Reach Here For Darshan In The Month Of Sawan.
Special Abhishek Is Done Every Monday. Devotees Line Up From Early Morning To See Shiva. On Shivratri And Sawan Monday, Special Makeup Of Lord Bholenath Is Done, There Are Bhajan Kirtan. The Sahastralingeshwara Temple Believes That On The Auspicious Day Of Sawan Monday And Shivaratri, The Lord’s Wishes Are Fulfilled By Anointing Him With Milk, Curd And Gangajal.