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Thousands Devotees Flock for Gogamadi Mela
on 2001/8/12 23:46:02 ( 787 reads )


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GOGAMADI, INDIA, August 11, 2001: Thousands of devotees flocked to one of the prominent fairs of Northern India, Gogamadi Fair, on Saturday evening. Devotees donning yellow clothes could be spotted separately in the rush of mela. They first of all had a bath in the sacred Gogana pond and then had a one-and-a-half kilometers round of the dhuni of Guru Gorakhnath Ji. This was done by them bare-footed. After this they did their worship, etc. in a traditional manner. Many devotees were seen doing full prostrations between the Gorakh Tila and Goga Ji's Temple.




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