Govardhan Puja 2022: The Govardhan Puja is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of Lord Krishna over the evil demon king, Indra. It is also known as the Annakut festival and is celebrated on the first day of the Hindu month of Kartik.
The Govardhan Puja is a Hindu festival that is celebrated every year on the day after Diwali. The festival commemorates the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon king Indra. In Hindu mythology, Govardhan is a mountain that was lifted by Lord Krishna to save the people of the village from the wrath of Indra. The festival is also known as Annakut Puja, which means “Puja of the food”. On this day, Hindus offer prayers and thanksgiving to Govardhan Mountain and make offerings of food to the deity.
The date of Govardhan Puja changes every year according to the Hindu calendar. In 2022, the festival will be celebrated on Tuesday, 25 October.
On this day, devotees offer prayers and milk to Govardhan Hill, which is considered to be a sacred site. They also prepare special food offerings, which are then distributed to the poor and needy.
The Govardhan Puja is an important festival for Hindus and is celebrated with great pomp and fanfare. It is a time for rejoicing and thanksgiving, and is a reminder of the power of good over evil.