Monday, December 30, 2013
Himalayan Devi Yatra led by a four-horned sheep
Nanda Devi, a powerful manifestation of Devi Sati, that is dear to the people of Kumaon and Garhwal regions of Uttarakhand, is honoured in a huge 21-day procession attended by thousands of people through the Uttarakhand Himalayas. The occasion called the Raj Jat is held once in 12 years and was attended by over 5,000 people who trekked through 280-km of difficult terrain to complete the Raj Jat.
Nanda Devi chooses her ram (Male sheep) born with four horns instead of two! The Ram is understood to belong to the goddess and is brought up with a lot of care. At the culmination of the Raj Jat, the sheep is dressed in finery and precious metals and freed so it can ascend the Himalayas on its own. It is in fact the This is how Mahashakti Nanda Devi calls her ram home.
May Bhagwati Nanda of the Himalayas bless us all with intelligence, compassion and abundance!
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