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CM Yogi Extols Devotees on Mauni Amavasya, Urges Spiritual Practices

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath extends warm greetings to all devotees on the sacred occasion of Mauni Amavasya, emphasizing the importance of spiritual observances. He invokes blessings from Mother Ganga and Lord Surya for the fulfillment of everyone’s wishes and the infusion of new energy into their lives.

CM Yogi expresses heartfelt greetings to revered saints, Kalpavasis, and devotees partaking in the ritual bathing at Sangam. Mauni Amavasya, known as the new moon day of the Magh month, holds great significance as a Mahavrat based on yoga. It is believed that on this day, gods reside in the holy Sangam, amplifying the spiritual benefits of bathing in the Ganga.

The tradition of Mauni Amavasya is steeped in ancient stories, including the tale of Sagar Manthan, where bathing in the rivers of Sangam grants the virtue of bathing in nectar. The day’s observance is magnified if it falls on a Monday or coincides with the Maha Kumbh.

Scriptures extol the virtues of charity, particularly on Mauni Amavasya, encouraging donations of food, clothes, money, and other essentials. Observing silence throughout the day is recommended, along with worship of both Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Those unable to fast are advised to consume sweet foods.

CM Yogi’s message resonates with the spiritual significance of Mauni Amavasya, inspiring devotees to engage in acts of piety and generosity, thereby enriching their spiritual journey and fostering harmony and goodwill in society.

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