Rare coincidence of Ambuvachi Mela with Gupta Navratri after years: Alok Giri

Ambuwachi fair will be organized in Kamakhya temple from June 22 to June 26, will be held from June 25, devotees will get darshan benefits
Swami Alok Giri Maharaj of Shree Taponidhi Panchayati Akhara Niranjani said that the rare coincidence of Maa Kamakhya temple’s Ambuwachi fair with Gupta Navratri has been made after many years. The Ambuvachi fair will start from 22nd June and continue till 26th June. The temple will remain closed for the devotees for the first three days. Devotees will be able to have darshan from June 25.
Mahant Alok Giri Maharaj, manager of Shri Balaji Dham Siddha Hanuman Narmadeshwar Mahadev Temple, Jagjitpur, said that there is a description of four Navratri in Hindu religious scriptures. Apart from Chaitra and Sharadiya Navratri, there are also two Gupta Navratri. One Gupta Navratri falls in the month of Magha and the other in the month of Ashadha. Ashadh Gupta Navratri is starting from 19th June, which will end on 28th June. The Ambubachi fair is being organized at the Kamakhya temple in Guwahati in a rare coincidence of Gupta Navratri. Devotees, saints and tantriks are reaching the temple from all over the country. He said that this year the Ambubachi fair will run from June 22 Wednesday to June 26 Sunday. The doors of the temple will be closed on June 22 and will be opened on the morning of June 25. On June 25, the doors will open only after worshiping the Goddess and taking a bath. After this the prasad will be distributed among the devotees. Ambubachi Mela is also known as Ameti or Tantric fertility festival. Tantrics from all over the country gather here in large numbers to worship the mother. Ambubachi means spoken of water. The word also means that the rains during the monsoon months prepare the earth to be fertile. The annual menstrual cycle of Maa Kamakhya is celebrated at the Ambubachi Mela. Swami Alok Giri Maharaj said that the Kamakhya temple remains closed for three days during the Ambubachi fair. During these three days, there are certain restrictions for the devotees, which include things like no devotee reading holy scriptures, worshiping, cooking food etc. Such things are similar to what is seen by women during menstruation. He said that after three days, the doors of the temple are opened again, and devotees are allowed to enter the temple. Devotees then visit the temple to seek the blessings of the goddess, and prasad is distributed among them.
Swami Alok Giri Maharaj said that
According to religious beliefs, ten Mahavidyas are worshiped in Gupta Navratri. Gupta Navratri is special for the seekers learning Tantra Mantra. The auspicious time for setting up the Kalash for the worship of Gupta Navratri is on Monday, June 19, 2023, from 05.23 am to 07.27 am. Apart from this, Abhijit Muhurta on this day is from 11.55 am to 12.50 pm. Kalash can be established in this Muhurta also. Swami Alok Giri Maharaj said that
It is one of the most popular temples in India. Kamakhya Devi is considered as Maa Durga. It is believed that Mata Sati’s vagina had fallen here, hence this place is counted among the most important places among the 51 Shaktipeeths.
Digambar Khushhal Bharti, Ramkumar Giri, Madhuban, Raghunath Giri, Mai Maharaj, Swami Atmanand Bharti, Himanshu Bansal, Nityanand Girish Jwala Giri, Thanapati Govind Giri, Anand Giri, Gautam Sharma, Hemant Sharma, Baba Kumar Giri Madhubala Rao with Alok Giri Maharaj , Singer Rajasthan, Chirag, Babu Giri National Army MahakalAlong with other dignitaries have reached for the darshan of Maa Kamakhya Devi.

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