Shobha Yatra marks the beginning of the Sanatan Sanskriti Samagam
Hundreds of vehicles join the Shobha Yatra.
On Sunday, Lord Shri Ram’s Karmabhoomi Siddhashram Buxar echoed with Shri Ram’s name. The 9-day Sanatan Sanskriti Samagam has begun with this Shobha Yatra. Buxar MP, Union Minister, and Convenor of the Samagam, Ashwini Kumar Choubey and a large number of devotees accompanied the Shobha Yatra as it left Mata Ahilya Dham, Ahirauli. The Shobha Yatra included over 500 small and large vehicles. Jai Shri Ram slogans could be heard everywhere. Flowers were showered on devotees to boost their spirits. The enthusiasm and joy of Buxar residents could be seen everywhere. While touring the entire city in the Shobha Yatra it reached back to Mata Ahilya Dham, Ahirauli. The 15-kilometer yatra took four hours to complete. Tableaux depicted Lord Rama’s family, Lord Vamana, Maharishi Vishwamitra, and other sages on five chariots. The Shri Ram Karmabhoomi Yatra chariot, which was the centre of attention, was also moving. According to Union Minister Shri Choubey, the Samagam will play an important role in bringing the cultural and spiritual importance of Buxar to light. It is a religious city, a city of incarnation. The people of Buxar have pledged to increase Buxar’s divinity. Buxar will grow into a major religious centre for devotees from all over the world.
In the presence of Pujya Jeeyar Swamiji Maharaj, Yagya will begin today
Beginning on Monday, Pujya Shri Jeeyar Swamiji Maharaj will preside over the beginning of the Shri Laxmi Narayan Yagya. The Dharma Sansad International Sant Sammelan will take place on November 8 in Pujya Shri Jeeyar Swami’s presence. Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, Sarsanghchalak, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s, will be the event’s chief guest. On November 8, Kailash Kher, a well-known singer and artist, will be performing live as a part of Cultural Program. On November 7, the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima Dev Diwali, Buxar will make history. With 11 lakh lamps, a powerful image of Lord Shri Ram is being created. Additionally, 3 lakh diyas will be used to decorate various Ganga Ghats. On Monday morning, Padma Vibhushan Jagatguru Rambhadracharya Ji Maharaj will arrive.