Dioghar Today, on the occasion of Kartik Purnima, a large number of devotees were present at Baba Baidyanath. On the other hand, the second and last lunar eclipse of this year is going to happen on this day. For this reason, the doors of Baba Baidyanath temple will be closed at 3.50 am before the eclipse period. At the same time, the Futavar bridge will be closed for ordinary martyrs at 2:30.
State Purohit Shrinath Maharaj giving information on this said that the issue of Kartik Purnima is important. On this day, devotees bathe in the Ganges river and give water to Baba. At the same time, the lunar eclipse also occurs from 4.56 to 6.20 pm. In such a situation, it happens 10 hours before the Sutak lunar eclipse. Shrinath Maharaj said that during this Sutak period people can do japa meditation.
Sotak lunar eclipse starts 10 hours before. People can only have food etc. until twelve o’clock. After that, food and water are forbidden. But children, elderly and sick people are not bound by this rule. Continue to perform Bhajan Kirtan during the Sutak eclipse period, in which case the doors of the temples will be closed to devotees from 3 pm onwards.
God will be worshiped in temples. Devotees should continue doing Bhajan-Kirtan in their homes during Sutak period. But worship should not be done during this time. At this time, one should refrain from eating, bathing and doing any pleasant work. There are no taboos for children, the sick and the elderly in Sotek.
Baba Mandir will be closed to general public for 1 hour and 30 minutes due to unexpected crowd on the occasion of Kartik Purnima, entry of devotees who have come to Paurnia Bridge will be from 2:30 PM. After offering water to all the devotees in the queue till 3 pm, the doors of the temple are closed to ordinary devotees till the time of eclipse.
The door of Baba Mandir closes at 3.50 and the temple opens again after 6.20. After that Bholenath makeup is done. After that, ordinary devotees will be allowed to visit the temple. After salvation at 6.20 pm, after cleaning the temple, the door is opened for Shringar worship.