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India is a land of festivals and different traditions, and each of its states really brings out the historical rituals and the ancient cultures of India through their festivals. Chhattisgarh has a huge number of temples with beautiful architecture and sculptures and most of these temples host some of the most divine festivals in India and the people celebrate it with amazing energy and positive spirits. Sheorinarayan Fair is one such festival of Chhattisgarh in the Sheorinarayan temple.
The festival is celebrated in the temple of a small town of Sheorinarayn. This is positioned in the confluence of three rivers in the Janjgir district of Chhattisgarh. The rivers Mahanadi, Sheonath, and Jonk, meet here at the temple and this is made in honor of Lord Rama.
The fair is the exhibition of the local cultures and the traditions and the people visiting the fair really enjoy the fair.
This festival is held in the month of February. It is on the Magh Purnima, which is the full moon day in the month of Magh according to the Hindu calendar.
The reality of the floating stones and the famous berries of Shabri, associated with Lord Ram, all of these mythological answers all easily available at the Sheorinarayan temple.
This temple has a lot of spiritual importance and the devotees just wait for the annual fair to take place so they can come and seek the blessings of their idol Lord Ram.
The fair brings a lively atmosphere at the temple, and people are truly engrossed in the celebration, the pilgrimage center is immensely enthused, and the people there really enjoy it. This Sheorinarayn Fair in Chhattisgarh is a wonderful opportunity for the devotees of Lord Ram to visit the temple and also be a part of the amazing celebration. The followers offer prayers to the Lord at the temple in the fair.
There some unique and local shops of the local handicraft and normal produce for the tourists; the people coming from Chhattisgarh but are not local also are seen at the shops buying festive items as memories of their trips and as gifts for their friends and families.
There are also several eating joints for the local low-priced food for the devotees and the tourists. There are several poojas held at the temple and the devotees dance to the tune of the religious music and enjoy the vibe in the temple. The architecture of the temple has many different religious patterns, and the visitors come to witness these unique monuments and sculptures.
Every person in India, as well as people all across the world, should visit the temple to experience the extravagant religious fair.
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