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Govardhan Vishas Images
Govardhan Vishas Images
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Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights is the beginning and the people have already started preparing for the festivities. From ferry lights, oil lamps, sweets, colorful lanterns get-togethers and many other things during Diwali This year Diwali falls on November 7. There are several observances before and after the main day of celebrations which are held in Hinduism. Govardhan Puja is celebrated a day after Diwali and hence this year it falls on November 8, 2018. The day is dedicated to Lord Krishna and devotees special prayers sessions and preparing food offerings.
Govardhan Vishas Images
Govardhan Vishas Images
The day comes from the significance of the mountain Govardhan located in Vrindavan. According to Hindu mythologies, Lord Krishna saved Virdhavan from Lord Indra's curse. Devotees also refer to Govardhan Puja as Annakut Puja. Happy Dhanteras 2018 Wishes: WhatsApp Messages, GIF Images, SMS, Facebook Status & Cover Photos to Greet on This Auspicious Occasion.
Govardhan Vishas Images
Govardhan Vishas Images
Goverdhan Puja Significance

Food is an integral part of Govardhan Puja where devotees prepare 56 dishes, also known as Chappan Bhog. According to Hindu legends, farmers of Vridhavan had to offer lavish meals to Indra, God of Rain and harvest. Although the farmers were poor they did not have any other means and had to compulsorily make the offer. Lord Krishna found the practice very cruel and told farmers to stop lavish meals to Indra. He also promises that his needs
Govardhan Vishas Images
Govardhan Vishas Images

Farmers agreed to the plan but Lord Indra was angry on seeing Krishna He then triggered heavy rains in Vrindavan leading to floods. The villagers ran to Krishna for help who told them to go to Govardhan Hill. When people reached the top While storm and rain continued to raise water levels, Krishna held the people of Vrindavan on Govardhan hill for seven days. Finally, on the eighth day
Govardhan Vishas Images
Govardhan Vishas Images

People then decided to offer Krishna food as he did for the past seven days. As Krishna eats eight meals in a day, they decided to make it up for all of it. The food is usually included in the Chappan Bhog are different types of dry fruits, sweets, drinks, rice, spices, milk products, pickles, vegetables, fruits and namkeen.
Govardhan Vishas Images
Chappan Bhog is also offered to Lord Krishna on Janmashtami, which is his birthday. As the festival holds a special place in the heart of the people of Vrindavan they create small hills of cow dung and decorate it with flowers. They worship it and showing love toward Krishna

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