Bhaktapur, October 15: Fairly just a few Hindu devotees in Nepal carried out a singular ritual on Vijaya Dashami on Friday: they lied down, lined the physique with cow dung and positioned lit oil-fed lamps over it to thank the gods for answering prayers. Devotees have been following this distinctive custom for ages in Nepal. Individuals of various age teams participate in it. They lie in the identical place for so long as 6 hours. Different relations maintain a watch to make sure that no lamp falls.
Maheshwar Amatya, father of a teenage devotee who positioned lamps on the shoulders and head, advised ANI, "Today is Vijaya Dashami. He has been performing this ritual for a few years. He had undergone this procedure about 2-3 years ago wanted to continue it. It wasn't possible last year because of the lockdown but this year there are no such restrictions and the temple also is open so we grabbed this opportunity," he mentioned. "It is a religious practice and is desired by children as well as elders. People take part in this ritual to ask the gods for something or to thank them," Amatya mentioned. Vijaya Dashami 2021 Needs: President, PM Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and Different Leaders Lengthen Greetings on Dussehra.
Earlier in 2020 with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, a lesser variety of devotee footfalls had been recorded within the temple for this ritual. However this 12 months the quantity has regularly elevated with more individuals arriving on the temple to thank the gods, particularly on Vijaya Dashami. Normally, devotees place, 3, 5, 7, 18 and even 108 oil-fed lamps on their our bodies. The follow is believed to convey success and do away with sins.
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