October 31, 2016

GOVARDHAN PUJA , ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA

Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  " GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL"  , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY "GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS LORD SHRI KRISHNA AND LORD SHRI VISHVAKARMA REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, AND A VERY LONG LASTING PROSPERITY AND IMMENSE STRENGTH TO ALWAYS WORK AND EARN, TO EVERYBODY ON THIS PIOUS AND HAPPY OCCASION OF " GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL  " BY THE GRACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY GODS AND GODDESSES TODAY  AND ALWAYS." 

Goverdhan puja(Annakoot) translated as “a mountain of food”, is a Hindu festival on the fourth day of a five-day festival of Diwali, in which devotees prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to the murtis of Paramatma(God) as a mark of gratitude. For Vaishnavas, this day commemorates the incident in the Bhagavata Puran when Krishna lifted Govardhan hill on his pinky to provide the villagers of Vrindavan shelter from torrential rains. The incident is seen to represent how God will protect all devotees who take singular refuge in him. Devotees offer a mountain of food, metaphorically representing the Govardhan hill, to God as a ritual remembrance and to renew their faith in taking refuge in God. The festival is observed by Hindus in India and all over the world. The Annakut festival occurs on the first lunar day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month of Kartik, which is the fourth day of Deepawali (Diwali), the Hindu festival of lights, and also the first day of the Vikram Samvat calendar.  While the first three days of Diwali are days of prayer to sanctify wealth and invite greater wealth into the devotee’s life, the Annakut day is a day of offering gratitude for God’s beneficence. 
Craftsmen all over India and based outside India all over the world pay reverence to their tools and machinery on this day today of VISHVAKARMA PUJA / ANNAKOOT and perform GOD VISHVAKARMA PUJA.SOURCE--WIKIPEDIA.

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 


INDIA FIRST, I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

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