Yogi Amityanath, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, held a meeting Wednesday with officials about the law and order situation in advance of Kanwar Yatra, Bakrid (and other upcoming festivities).
The CM stated that “anti-social elements” will attempt to ruin the environment, but it’s up to us to be vigilant and to have talks with religious leaders.
The Kanwar Yatra is a trek in which Shiva devotees travel by foot or other means to gather water from Ganga, Haridwar, to offer it to Shiva temples in their respective areas. It will begin July 14.
Devotees can register themselves at kavad.delhipolice.gov. However, it is not required.
“Kanwar Yatra” is a celebration of faith and enthusiasm. Traditional dance, song, music, and song have all been part of it. The devotees should be respected and not harassed. Be sure to check the sound quality of the DJ and song-music. Adityanath tweeted, “It is in line with the prescribed standards and no religious songs are allowed to be played in it.”
Eid-ul-Azha, also known as Bakrid, will be observed most likely on July 10. It all depends on seeing the moon.
Eid-ul-Azha, also known as “Sacrifice feast”, is a celebration that involves the sacrifice of an animal, usually a sheep (or goat) to show their love and devotion for Allah. After the sacrifice, people give the offerings to their families, friends, neighbors, and, especially, to the poor or needy.