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July 25, 2021

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PM Narendra Modi greets people on ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’, Maharashtra CM prays for end of COVID-19 crisis

PM Narendra Modi greets individuals on ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’, Maharashtra CM prays for finish of COVID-19 disaster | Information

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday greeted individuals on the auspicious event of Ashadhi Ekadashi. Ashadhi Ekadashi is noticed on the eleventh lunar day of the Hindi month of Ashadh, and devotees pray to Lord Vitthal on today.
“On the auspicious event of Ashadhi Ekadashi, my greetings to everybody. On this big day, we pray to Lord Vitthal to bless us with abundance of happiness and good well being. The Varkari motion represents the best of our traditions and emphasises on concord and equality,” a tweet from PM Modi’s Twitter deal with stated.
 
On the auspicious event of Ashadhi Ekadashi, my greetings to everybody. On this big day, we pray to Lord Vitthal to bless us with abundance of happiness and good well being. The Varkari motion represents the best of our traditions and emphasises on concord and equality.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 20, 2021
 
In the meantime, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray carried out the ‘maha puja’ of Lord Vitthal and Goddess Rukmini at a temple in Pandharpur city of Solapur district on the event of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’. CM Uddhav prayed to God for an finish to the COVID-19 disaster and good well being of everybody within the state.
As per the long-standing custom, the chief minister carried out the puja along with his spouse Rashmi Thackeray at 2.30 am.Ekadashi marks the end result of a pilgrimage referred to as ‘wari’ that devotees (referred to as ‘warkaris’) undertake from throughout the state on foot to succeed in the Pandharpur temple city.
The ‘Ashadi Ekadashi’ is among the most necessary Hindu festivals. Nevertheless, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state authorities has not allowed the pilgrimage on foot since final 12 months.
The palkhis (palanquins) carrying ‘padukas’ (footwears) of saint-poets Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram left for Pandharpur in flower-decked buses from Pune district on Monday.
After performing the puja, Thackeray stated, “Let there be a sea of devotion in Pandharpur and warkaris be allowed to carry out ‘wari’ on foot once more, and for that, I prayed to Lord Vitthal to eradicate COVID-19 and bless individuals within the state with good well being.”
His son and state minister Aaditya Thackeray was additionally current on the event. Warkari couple Keshav Kolte and Indubai Kolte obtained the chance to carry out the rituals alongside the Thackerays.
Yearly, a warkari couple is chosen to carry out the official puja with the chief minister. 
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