Govardhan Pooja: Govardhan Puja is performed right after the festival of Diwali. It is also known as Annakoot. Let us tell you that on the day of Govardhan Puja, the idol of Lord Govardhan is made from cow dung and then he is worshipped. After this, Govardhan Mountain and Lord Krishna are worshiped in the evening and Annakoot and Kadhi rice are offered to them. Let us tell you that there is a tradition of offering Chhappan Bhog on Govardhan Puja.
It is believed that Govardhan Puja is not considered complete without Chhappan Bhog. Let us tell you that this time there is confusion regarding Govardhan Puja also. However, according to the calendar, the festival of Govardhan Puja will be celebrated on 14 November. Let us know why 56 bhog are offered in Govardhan Puja.
Why is 56 offered
It is said that Lord Krishna stood holding Govardhan Mountain on his fingers for 7 days to save the people of Gokul from the wrath of Indra. During this time, Gokul residents offered 8 dishes to Shri Krishna every day. According to mathematics, if 7 days are multiplied by 8 dishes, the total number comes to 56.
These things are included in 56 Bhog
Bhakta (rice), Soup (lentil), Praleh (chutney), Sadika (curry), Dadhishakja (curd vegetable curry), Sikhrini (sikhran), Avleh (sherbet), Balka (baati), Ikshu Kherini (murabba), Triangle. (Sugar Yukt), Batak (Bada), Madhu Title (Mathri), Fenika (Feni), Parishtashcha (Puri), Shatapatra (Khajala), Sadhidrak (Ghevar), Chakram (Malpua), Childika (Chola), Sudhakundalika (Jalebi). ) . (cream), kupika (rabri), parpat (papad), shaktika (sera), lasika (lassi), suvat, sanghay (mohan), suphala (betel nut), sita (cardamom), fruits, tambul, mohan bhog, salt, astringent, sweet, sour, bitter, acid