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PEDHE-PARASHURAMA

A band of musicians accompanies the procession, By around mid night this procession popularly known as Chhabina in Marathi comes to an end. Then again a series of kirtans takes place. Anybody who has not got an opportunity to perform till then is now welcome. When this is over, the 'lalit’ begins. The lalit is a sort of a rustic drama depicting the various incarnations of the gods or representing some mythological tales. This is a very popular feature and a large number of people are present to witness it in spite of the fact that it begins somewhere at four or four thirty in the early morning.

The day next in importance to the jayanti of Parashurama is the sixth day of the month of Magha. This day commemorates the installation of the present images in the temple. In a way this also is a jayanti or anniversary. The Ganesh festival that falls on the fourth day of the month of Bhadrapad is also quite popular over the place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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