Girnar Green Parikrama 2023: Girnar Parikrama Route: Girnar Parikram Roo t: Green Parikrama is organized in Junagadh every year. This Parikrama, which is held after Diwali, connects people with nature and also has a lot of religious significance. The religious importance of Leeli Parikrama held every year in the Girnar mountain area of Junagadh is also high. This year too, Leeli Parikrama will be held. Then lakhs of people come from other districts including Junagadh to participate in this green circumambulation. Generally Girnar’s green circumambulation starts from Kartak Sud Agiyaras.
The Green Parikrama was closed for two years due to Corona, lakhs of people participated in the Parikrama held last year. Then there are possibilities that lakhs of people will come in this parikrama this year also. Parikrama was held after two years. A large number of devotees are expected to join.
Girnar Leeli Parikrama 2023
23rd to 27th November Green Parikrama of Girnar will be held. The date has been fixed as per Tithi in the meeting of Utra Annakshetra Mandal.
- Every year from Kartak Agiyaras to Kartak Sud Poonam the Green Parikrama of Girnar is held.
- A meeting of Bhagwan Jati Samaj and Utra Mandal of the Trust was held regarding the planning of Parikrama.
- In which the circumambulation will begin on November 23 and end on November 27 on Kartak Sud Poonam.
- At present Girnar is full of water in the river-channels of the region; The farming season is over, which will attract a large number of prospects.
- There has been a demand that a meeting should be called by the system before Diwali in the facilities of the pilgrims coming to Parikrama.
- It is estimated that around 15 lakh pilgrims will flock to Parikrama this year.
Girnar circumnavigation route
5 km from Junagadh city. In the lap of Garwa Girnar, which is far away, the pilgrims who have come for the circumambulation at the foothills of Bhavanath gather on Kartak Sud Agiyarase from the morning. On the same day at midnight, the Parikrama is started with the sound of Bandhuka by lighting the lamp in the presence of numerous devotees along with Saints-Mahantos, District Administrative Officers and many leaders.
On the next day, the pilgrims walk the path while observing and rejoicing in this Kamangari Dharam Prakruti. Fatigue during the day is slightly less on the first day. And for lunch all the pilgrims prepare their own meal. Thus, the next day’s night stay is done at Jinabawani Madhi. This is the first vacation for pilgrims. Pilgrims have to cover 12 km to reach here. As much distance as it covers. Vadliwala Mataji’s place is located on this route. After that comes Jinabawani Madhi. Here, during the Nawabi period, a saint named Jinabawa used to play music. Hence it is known as Jinabawani Madhi.
From the morning of the third day, exhausted and refreshed, the pilgrims move forward chanting slogans like Jai Girnari, Jai Bholenath, Har Har Mahadev, Jai Gurudat. By noon, pilgrims rest and eat breakfast brought with them or are seen cooking. And as soon as the evening falls, they find a place anywhere in the dense forest and make a camp. Thus, the night stay of the third day is done in Malawela. This place is a very scenic spot in the middle of the forest of Girnar. On the third day, pilgrims cover a distance of approximately 8 km.
Very tall vines grow here. Where the sun’s rays can’t reach even during the day and that’s why its name has been given as Malvelela. Wherever at night, bhajans and rasamandali are organized by bhajaniks. Thus the pilgrims exhaust their fatigue in an environment full of devotion and natural beauty. On the morning of the 14th everyone starts walking from there.
On the morning of the fourth day, the caravan of pilgrims leaves Malvelela and proceeds southwards through Girnar East. And slowly walking forward taking rests. As the Yatra is the final leg on this day, physically challenged Buddhist pilgrims proceed slowly taking rest. And reaches Bordevi in the evening. Thus the fourth day and last night stay of the circumambulation comes here. Bordevi Mataji’s Shikharband temple is located in the place of Bordevi Mataji, which is full of beauty and natural beauty, where there is a dense forest.
On the last and fifth day of the Yatra i.e. Kartak Sud Poonam Dev Diwali all the pilgrims turn towards Bhavanath. Thus, many true pilgrims of this Yatra also climb Girnar. And there all the shrines have darshan. Apart from that, the pilgrims visit Bhavanath Mahadev and then bathe in Damodar Kund and complete this journey. Thus this Parikrama Yatra started from Kartak Sud Agiyaras ends on Diwali.
The Green Parikrama held in Girnar is held every year according to the tithi. So this year also it will be held from Kartak Agiyaras to Kartak Sud Poonam. According to this date, Parikrama is likely to be held from November 23 to 27. Final dates for Girnar Leeli Parikrama will be updated once announced.
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