Govardhan Puja: The true love between brother and sister

The second day after Diwali has arrived. The fifth day of the festival can also be referred to be the last day. This is the day that is dedicated to sisters and brothers. The name was given to their unshakeable love bond. The sisters are standing at Yama’s door, and the Puranas, who have been called black, terrible, and cruel, who has been called the god of death, is also abusing and challenging him, that my brother has been called black, terrible, and cruel, who has been called the god of death, that my brother has been called the god of death, that my If you touch it, you’ll be able to see it.

This effort is being made by sisters. Even with this, these sisters, who are deemed fragile, are not doing enough. He constructed his shape out of cow dung to challenge Yamraj. The sisters have seized him from the grip of the snake from which he gets life, as well as the pestle with which he punishes the souls.

Yama’s chest is being crushed with this pestle. Godhna kootte hai, aisne thudbe tohen… Ae Yameeraja continues to sing. It’s a folk faith festival. Between the four frames of cow dung, a human figure can be seen in the form of a sign, together with snakes, scorpions, excrement, and creatures similar to this. If you see some young women standing around this artwork with a pestle in their hands, you know you’re either in Bihar or the frigid air of this cultural state has touched the earth where your feet are standing.

In Bihar, there is no such tradition related to folk beliefs and directly involved in nature. The Bhai Dooj celebration is an example of this. There is also faith in God, and he has complete freedom to speak whatever he wants.

Every agenda is harmed by Gordhan ki hut. It’s also worth noting that every Hindu institution, fast, and the festival has been labeled as anti-women or anti-women in recent days. It’s also part of this to regard half of the population as helpless and vulnerable. Yamraj may have been marginally harmed by the custom of slaying God, but it openly emphasizes such a maladaptive and agenda-driven worldview.

This is the tale of the butchering of cows. The sun has begun to rise. In the streets, a swarm of women and girls are forming rails. If you walk down any street, you’ll hear songs like “Awara Kutila Bhavara Kutila, Kutila Yama Ke Duar…,” “Kutila Bhaiya Ke Dushman, Charu Pahar Din Raat…,” and “Kutila Bhaiya Ke Dushman, Charu Pahar Din Raat…” Folk stories bolster traditional views. Behind the murder of God and the abuse of brother, there lies a different story. This story is somewhat different from Bhai Dooj’s well-known tale.

The feudal ruler was punished by Yama. One of his feudatories is said to have received severe punishment and was fired from Yama’s court. Now that he has been punished, Yamraj’s court’s work has come to a halt. It was difficult to decide who should be appointed in his place. The difficulty arises from the fact that only a person with a pure heart should have remained in that position. In such a case, Yamani advised Yama to seek a person on Earth who had never cursed or insulted his sister. To compensate for that, such a step was done. Finding such a young man was extremely difficult. Somehow his sister came to know that Yama-Yamani was being taken to Yamaloka without killing her brother. In such a situation, he unnecessarily started abusing his brother. Yama came to know that the sister was abusing him only in lies, then he started to kill the young man with his tricks. He threw the wall at the brother at first, but the sister took it upon herself. The snake then slid under the pata while eating. The sister put her lap forward as soon as the snake hissed. When Yama delivered scorpions to the bed for the last time, the sister took them on her lap and turned them into flowers.

Yama had to deal with his sister’s wrath. Enraged by Yama’s pranks, the sister challenged Yamraj, claiming that nothing could ever happen to his brother during his lifetime. Cow excrement in the courtyard at the same time. He was picked up by his sister, who stated that if my loyalty to my brother is genuine, Yama’s strength should be bound to it. Yamraj loses his power after uttering this.

At the same time, Yama is listening to the radio, which makes him understand his errors. Yama then apologizes to her sister and begs for her punishment. The sister sculpts a human figure out of the faeces and crushes it on this. But because Yamraj is unaffected, he keeps the betel nut, clove, and cardamom and kills him. The cow dung disintegrates as a result of this injury, and Yama’s power becomes autonomous. 

Sister pricks tongue with thorns. The sister then pricks the thorn of curry or acacia in her tongue because she had to unwittingly abuse her brother. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the story continues with the practice of cow slaughter. Their brother is abused by their sisters. Then she challenges Yamraj before apologizing and wishing her brother a long life. Our culture is defined by how real the story is, how much of it is fake, what is known but hidden, unselfish and honest love in it. The same culture, it is stated, for which there is something that our personalities do not fade away.

Our customs are still alive. Even if the period is set to convey its feelings in One Touch, One Click, sisters are coding Gordhan in some village, someplace under Banyan-Peepal. This particular type of brotherly well-being is still alive, so know that there is still life in us. Everything else is science, except for true love.