From Patna to Gaya, how Bihar celebrates this auspicious festival. | Techy Kings


The Chhath Puja festival is being celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm in different parts of the country. After the Diwali celebrations, Chhath Puja celebrations began on October 28 with Nahay Khe. Chhath Puja is celebrated on the sixth day of the auspicious month of Kartak according to the Hindu calendar. Chhath Puja is a festival dedicated to Sun God Surya and is celebrated for family health, wealth and prosperity. The four-day celebrations of the popular fair began on October 28 and will conclude on October 31, 2022.

The festival is celebrated in many parts of the country, especially in Jharkhand, Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh. A number of ghats have been designed and prepared for Chhath Puja celebrations. However, Bihar is the state that celebrates the festival with great preparations. Check out the list below of places you can visit during Chhath Puja in Bihar to enhance your festival experience.

1. Patna

Patna, being the capital of Bihar, is the hub of six festivals. During the festival, devotees gather at the river Ganges and offer sunset and sunrise prayers. Ganga Ghat is decorated and looks attractive.

2. Chapra

Chapra in Bihar is known for two things – the Ambika Bhawani Temple and Chhath Puja celebrations. It is situated along the confluence of Ganga and Ghangara rivers where this festival is celebrated with great fervor.

3. Darbhanga

During Chhath, the markets of Dharbhanga are filled with bananas. It is the fifth largest city in Bihar, which beautifies its ghats on the Chhath Puja festival.

4. went

Being the second largest city in Bihar, Gaya celebrated Chhath Puja with great fervor. During the festival, famous ghats like Kedui Ghat, Sidhya Ghat and Dev Ghat are thronged with devotees from across the country.

5. Bhagalpur

Bhagalpur, the third largest city in Bihar, is home to the Vikramshila Ganga Dolphin Sanctuary. During Chhath Puja, thousands of devotees from different parts of the country flock to the city to witness the festive joy.


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