Prayagraj :- Human is a social animal. It is our duty to live in the society, follow its rules. But sometimes human beings want to raise themselves above these rules and customs. The trap from which we want to get out, but many compulsions keep us bound in it. The mood is such that we want to walk alone in some path, want to know ourselves and the best way to know ourselves is to connect with God. One way, one remedy fantasy Yes. The rules of Kalpvas make Kalpvas special. Some of its rules are still being followed prominently in the same way as they were followed centuries ago. Modernity has not been able to dominate them. So let’s know what are the rules of Kalpavas?
A special routine is followed from morning to evening.
• Devotees wake up in the brahma muhurta in the severe cold of Magh and take a Sangam bath. Devotees also take bath thrice a day due to their ability.
• After bathing in the morning, they worship, recite in their respective camps and then all the people go to the group and listen to the sermons of the sages.
• Donations are made to the Mahatmas and the needy. People donate every day according to their capacity and follow auspicious conduct.
• During Kalpavas, devotees practice restraint in their senses. During this, not telling lies, non-violence, a simple life are the predominance of the devotees.
• Devotees live in huts. Sleeps in the ground on a bed made of straw or sarpat. Eat food prepared by himself or his wife.
• Some people eat fruit at both times and some people do fruit at one time. Eating garlic and onions is strictly prohibited.
• All the devotees plant a Tulsi plant for 1 month inside or outside their camp, which is taken care of, worshiped and worshiped in the morning and evening.
• During this one month, a person gets rid of worldly worries, leaving behind the household life for a few moments, spends all his time in Bhajan-Kirtan and remembering the Lord.