A similar crowd was seen at 84 ghats of Ganga in Varanasi.
Entire Banaras became worshiper of Lord Surya today. Lakhs of devotees bowed their heads on the altar of the Ganges to worship and worship the setting sun. Harishchandra, Dashashwamedh Ghat and Rajghat were flooded with faith starting from Samne Ghat in the city and passing through Assi and Tulsi Ghat. From Lohta to Cantonment in Varuna river and Markandeya Mahadev in Gomti, only devotees and Chhath worshipers had a rally. Lakhs of fasting women worshiped with rituals by offering Arghya to the setting sun as soon as 5:12 o’clock in the evening. The family members kept the dignity of the vows and vows of the mothers and sisters by giving arghya in turn. At the same time, women took bath and meditation while observing fast for 3 days for the long life of husband and son.
Today, see the huge crowd of Kashi residents on every ghat and boat in these pictures-
Devotees gathered at Assi Ghat in Varanasi.
People during Chhath Puja at Tulsighat in Varanasi.
Women after bath before offering arghya to the sun.
General Manager Anjali Goyal arrived at Surya Sarovar located in BLW to offer Arghya to the Astachalgami Surya.
A huge crowd gathered at the Subah-e-Banaras platform located at Assi Ghat in Varanasi.
Devotees lying on the ghat for Chhath Puja at the new Assi Ghat.
People come to offer Arghya to Sun God at the new Ghat built on Varuna River in Varanasi.
People worship at Bhadaini Ghat in Varanasi.
Laying down, a woman goes to the ghat of the Ganges.
Devotees at the front ghat.
A large number of devotees also offered Arghya to Sun God at Raja Chet Singh Ghat.