Ranchi: Second Monday of Sawan and Somvati Amavasya observed in Deoghar on Monday. The queue of Kanwariyas has been standing in line since midnight and is waiting for its turn. After the official worship, the water offering started from 4.30 pm. Baba’s devotees are offering water through Argha.
The SP of the Santhal Pargana commissioner said devotees do not face any kind of trouble. Till the time of writing the news, the line of devotees on Kanwariyan Path has reached eight km from Baba Mandir. And the process of offering water is going on regularly.
Deputy Commissioner Manjunath Bhajantri and Superintendent of Police Subhash Chandra Jat are constantly inspecting the routeline and taking stock of the ongoing activities to ensure that the Kanwariyas do not face any kind of trouble. The queue of devotees reached Nandan Pahar on the second Monday. In this order, the Deputy Commissioner is inspecting the route line since night itself and taking stock of law and order, security arrangements.
At the same time, the deputed magistrates, police officers and police force jawans talked about every possible cooperation of the devotees with service and decency, so that the devotees leave here after getting a good experience from Baba Baidyanath’s city Deoghar. A special vigil is being kept in Baba Nagri regarding the second Monday.
From early morning itself, Deputy Commissioner Manjunath inspected the Bhajantri Mela area and took stock of the facilities being provided to the devotees, the elaborate security arrangements and the arrangements. During this, CCTV cameras are being monitored at Barmasia, Parmeshwar Dayal Road, BEd College Complex, Tiwari Chowk, Shivram Jha Chowk, Nehru Park, Q Complex, Kumaitha, Nandan Pahar, Ring Road, Nandan Pahar T Point.
During the inspection, Deputy Commissioner Manjunath Bhajantri said the district administration is fully prepared for the unexpected rush on the second Monday. All the facilities and arrangements had been rectified earlier. Wherein from 04:26 minutes water offering has started through Argha. Along with this, the devotees are offering water in a safe and accessible manner in a queue.
On the other hand, cleanliness, drinking water, toilets, garbage collection, health facilities, information cum help centres are working fully actively in the fair area. After a long gap of 19 years, there is a coincidence of Malmas (Purushottam month) in the holy month of Shravan.
On the other hand, the second Monday of the Shravani fair, which falls on Amavasya Tithi, is becoming a day of special importance. Also, there is Kark Sankranti on Monday itself. Amidst the unique coincidence, Bangla Shravan will also start in Babanagari from Tuesday, 18th July. Malamas (Purushottam month) and Bangla Shravan will run together continuously for one month till 16th August. After the conclusion of Malmas Mela, the second fortnight of Shravani Mela will continue again from 17th to 31st August.