Govardhan Puja 2021: Govardhan Puja today, read mythology, worship method and mantra – Govardhan Puja 2021 today meaning of govardhan puja Importance puja vidhi and Mantra tlifd

History highlights

  • Govardhan Puja departed from Dwapar Yuga
  • Annakoot is offered on this day

Govardhan Puja 2021: People also know Govardhan Puja as Annakoot Puja. Govardhan Puja will take place on the next Diwali day, that is, today. On this day, the worship of Govardhan Parvat, Godhan, meaning the cow and Lord Shri Krishna, has a special meaning. Along with this, there is also a law to worship gods like Varun Dev, Indra Dev and Agni Dev. In Govardhan Puja various kinds of food are dedicated and distributed, hence the name of this festival or festival is called Annakoot. On this day, various types of dishes and sweets are offered to the Lord.

Learn why Govardhan Puja is performed
Annakoot or Govardhan Puja has started from Dwapar Yuga after the incarnation of Lord Krishna. In this, Hindus worship Govardhan Nath ji by making alpana from cow dung in the courtyard of the house. After that, to please Giriraj Bhagwan (mountain), Annakoot is offered to him. Annakoot is performed in the temples on this day.

this is the story
The religious belief behind worshiping Govardhan is that Lord Krishna wanted to break Indra’s pride. To do this, by lifting Govardhan Mountain with his little finger, he protected the residents of Gokul from Indra. It is believed that after this Lord Krishna Himself ordered the worship of Govardhan Mountain by doing 56 bhog on the day of Kartik Shukla Pratipada. Since then, the practice of Govardhan Puja continues even today and the Govardhan Puja and Annakoot festival is celebrated every year.

Worship Lord Krishna and Mother Lakshmi
On this day, Govardhan Parvat and Lord Krishna are especially worshiped by doing Annakoot. On this day, Krishna ji and mother Lakshmi are pleased by the wealth, the car, the good house, so that there can be much progress in work or business.

Offer Naivedya and pray with this mantra
Laxmiriya Lok Palanam Dhenuropen Sanstha.
घृतं वहति यज्ञार्थे मम पापं व्यपोहतु ।।
After the night, the adored cows should kill the adored Govardhan Mountain. Then smear the house and yard with that cow dung.

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