Cultural – Akhand Kirtan going on for 27 years

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Atarra. There is a crowd of devotees in the Siddha Peeth Pahadia Dai temple, the center of faith. On the fourth day of Navratri, Goddess devotees worshiped the Mother Goddess and offered Kanya Bhoj etc. It is said that hundreds of years ago the mother appeared by tearing two rocks. It is believed that the wishes made here with a sincere heart are fulfilled. Akhand Kirtan is going on here for 27 years.
The Pahariya Dai temple located in Paudshra village, seven kilometers away from the town, is visited by devotees throughout the year. But during Navratri there is a huge crowd of devotees. People from dozens of nearby villages including Padra, Tenduhi, Anthua, Gumai, Bande, Baheri, Dubri, Khamhaura, people start coming to worship since morning. Throughout the day the temple premises resonate with the chants of the mother.
Rajkaran, who is looking after the temple, told that people have unwavering faith in the Mother Goddess. People come from far and wide including the surrounding areas for worship. First they take a bath in the pond built in the temple premises, after that they worship the mother.
In the month of Ashadh, the people of the village cook food in the temple premises and after offering food to the mother, they themselves eat it. The belief behind this is that so much grain should be produced that there is no shortage of food for them. If any girl and child get married anywhere in two dozen villages, they come to the temple to bow their heads.

Atarra. There is a crowd of devotees in the Siddha Peeth Pahadia Dai temple, the center of faith. On the fourth day of Navratri, Goddess devotees worshiped the Mother Goddess and offered Kanya Bhoj etc. It is said that hundreds of years ago the mother appeared by tearing two rocks. It is believed that the wishes made here with a sincere heart are fulfilled. Akhand Kirtan is going on here for 27 years.

The Pahariya Dai temple located in Paudshra village, seven kilometers away from the town, is visited by devotees throughout the year. But during Navratri there is a huge crowd of devotees. People from dozens of nearby villages including Padra, Tenduhi, Anthua, Gumai, Bande, Baheri, Dubri, Khamhaura, people start coming to worship since morning. Throughout the day the temple premises resonate with the chants of the mother.

Rajkaran, who is looking after the temple, told that people have unwavering faith in the Mother Goddess. People come from far and wide including the surrounding areas for worship. First they take a bath in the pond built in the temple premises, after that they worship the mother.

In the month of Ashadh, the people of the village cook food in the temple premises and after offering food to the mother, they themselves eat it. The belief behind this is that so much grain should be produced that there is no shortage of food for them. If any girl and child get married anywhere in two dozen villages, they come to the temple to bow their heads.