Karma Puja 2022: Karma Puja , a symbol of brother and sister’s affection, will be celebrated today. On Monday, along with Sanjot, the sisters took a vow to observe Karma Vrat. The Karma festival starts from the Shukla Paksha Chaturthi in the month of Bhadra. On Ekadashi, sisters fast and worship Karam Dal in the evening and seek blessings of their brothers for their long life and health.
For the health and long life of the brother, sisters will play chandeliers by awakening at night, while brothers keep a fast of Karma festival to protect their sisters. On the day of fasting, after sunset, the brother brings karma and gives it to the sisters. After that the worship begins. On the next day, after flowing the Karam Dali, sisters tie a thread of protection in their hands by giving prasad of cucumber and gram to their brother. After that she passes.
Karma is a symbol of affection
Karma is a nature festival. In which there is an impression of brother and sister’s love and affection. Jawa Dali is worshiped in Karma. Seven types of grains are sown in Jawa Dali. Strict rules are followed. According to the rules water is given in Jawa Dal. In the morning and evening, the sisters dance by keeping the place where the jaw is kept covered with cow dung. On Ekadashi, sisters fast and worship Karam Dal. Jawa awakens Dali in the night. Karam Geet Aaja Re Karam Gosai Dhare Dway Re, Kal Re Karam Gosai Kans awakens by singing the song Pare.
Jawa dance tour taken out
Earlier, a huge Karam Jawa Naach Yatra was taken out from Chas ITI Mor of Bokaro to Bokaro Naya Mor Birsa Chowk under the program ‘Dahren Karam Bedha, Chala Karam Nachab Manjh Sahare’ on behalf of the Greater Jharkhand Art Culture Forum on Sunday. During this, local artists tied the knot by presenting chandeliers. Men and women present in the rally also danced fiercely. In the beginning, worship of Karam Gosain was done with the rituals. The rally was concluded by garlanding the statue of Birsa Munda in Naya Mod. During this, the whole city reverberated with the song of Karam, the beat of the temple and the echo of the drums.