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Temples & Legends Of Maharashtra
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PEDHE-PARASHURAMA

The daily routine of rituals begins at five in the morning when the beat of the drum heralds the dawn of a new day. The god is bathed and worshipped. At eight o’clock in the morning a boom from the gun announces the time for the morning 'dbuparati’. This gun is an unusual feature in temple routine in this part, although it is quite in keeping with the nature of the warrior god. By eleven the main worship is performed after which the presentation of the Mahanaivedya takes place. Music is played from the drum-house while this session is going on. The image is then dressed and decked out in garlands and bouquets of flowers. The presentation of the naivedya in the evening again occasions the beat of the drum. By eight is the palanquin procession, that circumambulates the temple and visits the surrounding deities en route. The gun fires a blast to proclaim this procession.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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