Badrinath Dham: The doors of Badrinath Dham will be closed today Saturday at 3:33 pm for winter. With this, this year’s Chardham Yatra will also come to an end. Today the temple has been decorated in a more grand manner. More than ten thousand devotees are likely to arrive today to have darshan of the Dham.
According to media reports, an official release of Badrinath Dham Temple Committee has said that the doors of Badrinath Dham will be closed for winter today i.e. at 3.33 pm on Saturday afternoon. On the fourth day, as part of the ongoing Panch Pujas as part of the process of closing the doors of the Dham, Chief Priest Rawal Ishwar Prasad Namboodiri, dressed as a woman, invited Goddess Lakshmi to sit in the sanctum sanctorum along with Lord Badri Vishal.
Panch puja started from 14th November
Panch pujas in the Dham started on 14 November. On the first day, the doors of the Ganesh temple located in the Dham and on the second day, the doors of Adi Kedareshwar temple and Adi Shankaracharya temple were closed. Whereas, after the worship of Khadga book on the third day, the recitation of Veda verses stopped. Let us tell you that the priests worshiped Goddess Lakshmi and offered her embroidered food. According to Chief Executive Officer Yogendra Singh, this time the number of devotees in Badri Vishal Dham has crossed 18 lakh.
Temple decorated with 15 quintals of marigold flowers.
Badrinath temple was decorated with about 15 quintals of marigold flowers early today. Devotees who reached Badrinath Dham for the puja appreciated the decoration and were also seen taking pictures of the temple decorated with marigold flowers. Let us tell you that the view of Badrinath Dham on the night of Diwali was worth seeing, the temple was beautifully decorated. Diwali was celebrated with great pomp and joy in the temple. Devotees from India and abroad reached Badrinath Dham to celebrate Diwali. They were seen waiting in queues from morning till late evening to have darshan of the Lord.
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