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The varghoda September 19, 2009

Posted by jaindiksha in Uncategorized.
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A ‘varghoda’ refers to a rathyatra, which is a procession where either the deity of a temple, or a spiritual aspirant who has done some immense fasting, or in this instance, Dr Dhariwal himself, is seated in a chariot. The procession then moves along the main roads of the city or town so that all the residents of the region might have the opportunity of seeing the blessed one.

DSC02231[Dr Dhariwal accepts the offering a traditional shawl – at a Varghoda in Beawar, Rajasthan]

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