Governor Ms. Uike participated in Chhath Mahaparv organized at Mahadev Ghat

Governor prayed for prosperity and prosperity of the state by performing evening aarti of Kharun river.

Raipur,(| Governor Ms. Anusuiya Uikey today attended the Chhath Mahaparv organized at Mahadev Ghat on the banks of river Kharun. The program was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the Governor-cum-guests. On this occasion, Governor Ms. Uike performed evening aarti of river Kharun at Mahadev Ghat and wished for happiness, prosperity and prosperity of the country and the state.

A large number of devotees were present in the program including MLA Satyanarayan Sharma, former minister and MLA Brijmohan Agarwal, former minister Rajesh Munat, Veena Singh, Sanjay Srivastava, chief of Chhathparv organizing committee Mahadev Ghat Rajesh Singh.

While bowing to Lord Surya, Chhathi Maiya and Hatkeshwar Mahadev, Governor Ms. Uike extended Chhath greetings to all the devotees and devotees and wished for the prosperity of the country and the state. He said that the festival of Chhath is celebrated with great enthusiasm not only in the country but also abroad. This festival of nature worship is one of the most important festivals of folk life and there is a rich tradition of celebrating Chhath with faith and reverence.

Governor Ms. Uike said that Chhath festival is a unique example in the whole world of devotees expressing their faith and devotion towards nature by staying waterless for 36 hours. Social harmony and harmony is also the specialty of Chhath Mahaparva, people participate in it irrespective of their religious beliefs. He said that this festival also reflects the belief of ‘unity in diversity’ in India. The Governor said that the new generation should also be aware of their Teej-festivals and rites and should follow it while taking pride in their traditions. He said that many mythological stories and beliefs are prevalent in the country regarding the celebration of Chhath festival and nature has been kept at its center. The Governor said that our Teej, festivals, customs and beliefs teach us to develop and live life in harmony with nature.

Governor Ms. Uike said that how a folk festival keeps cultural, religious and historical aspects in one thread, it can be easily understood from Chhath Mahaparv. Governor Ms. Uike also congratulated the committee for the successful organization of Chhath Mahaparv. The Governor was honored by the committee with a memento on the occasion.