Raipur. Chhattisgarh: According to the tradition, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, every year for the good wishes and good luck of the state, and for the destruction of obstacles, bears the blow of Kush. Even today, he performed this tradition in village Janjgiri. The villager, Mr. Birendra Thakur, attacked him with a sote. In this regard, the villagers tell that it is an ancient tradition that hitting Sota in this way is the destroyer of obstacles as well as brings happiness and prosperity.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister told the villagers that every year Shri Bharosa Thakur used to strike. Now this tradition is being followed by his son Shri Birendra Thakur. In discussion with the villagers, he said that Govardhan Puja is the worship of the tradition of prosperity of the cow dynasty, the more prosperous the cows are, the more we will progress. This is the reason why Govardhan Puja is so popular in rural areas. People wait for it throughout the year, in a way this worship is also a symbol of our gratitude towards the cow.
Every year I reach among you guys early in the morning and I feel very happy. Govardhan Puja is a folk festival tradition. Our ancestors have created very beautiful little traditions and through these traditions our lives are filled with joy. Today, reaching amongst all of you and seeing this joyful crowd, my heart is also filled with joy. Govardhan Puja and Gaura Gauri Puja is a celebration of deep affection for the soil. Feeling happy seeing your faces full of joy. How culturally rich our state is and how we are saving this cultural richness as a heritage.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that it is the duty of all of us to preserve the identity of our soil and promote it. How many beautiful traditions our Chhattisgarh has. There was a apprehension that gradually these traditions might not be forgotten. In discussion with the villagers, the Chief Minister said that we have taken a pledge that we will give topmost place to our cultural traditions in our system because we also exist through tradition.
We also have values from tradition. The Chief Minister said that the festivals of our rural culture are festivals to promote agriculture. Through festivals we connect to the ground. The Chief Minister also participated in Gaura Gauri Puja on this occasion and addressed the people who had come. He said that you are expressing such beautiful worship and after this the gaiety of the festival. It always makes me happy to be among you guys and I always look forward to this opportunity, on this occasion I wish
That our state should move forward on the path of continuous progress. May there be happiness in your life. I wish good luck to you.
Traditional Govardhan Tihar celebrated with great pomp amidst gaiety Like every year, Govardhan Tihar is being celebrated with pomp and enthusiasm amidst traditional gaiety at the Raipur residence of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel. On this occasion, Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel along with his wife Smt. Mukteshwari Baghel and family members performed Tulsi, Gaura-Gauri and Govardhan Puja and offered Khichdi to Gaumata and wished them happiness, prosperity and prosperity.
On this occasion, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Tribal Development Minister Dr. Premsai Singh, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Vikas Upadhyay, MLA Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Housing Board Mr. Kuldeep Juneja, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Mr. Girish Devangan, Chhattisgarh Minorities Commission. President Shri Mahendra Chhabra, Mayor Raipur Shri Ejaz Dhebar, Chhattisgarh Khadi And many public representatives and citizens are present, including Chairman of Village Industries Board Shri Rajendra Tiwari, Chairperson of State Women’s Commission, Smt. Kiranmayi Nayak.
On the occasion of Deori Tihar and Govardhan Puja at the Chief Minister’s residence, Raut Nacha Dal and Sua Dancer team enthralled everyone by presenting traditional dance with catchy tunes.