Devotees attended the marriage ceremony of Lord Narayan on the third day of the 16th Brahmotsavam at Shree Laxminarayan Divyadham

The marriage ceremony of Lord Sri Lakshminarayan at Shri Lakshminarayan Divyadham concluded with full joy and gaiety. A unique happiness was seen among the devotees by being part of the procession of God. Which is difficult to describe in words.

This festival was organized here on the third day of the ongoing 16th Brahmotsavam in the presence of Jagadguru Ramanujacharya Swami Purushottamacharya Maharaj. The devotees chanting Gobinda Gobinda were having a lot of fun while dancing on various musical instruments. Swami Purushottamacharya Maharaj performed the daughter-in-law of Goddess Lakshmi. He said that on this day only God got married which we celebrate every year. To get the blessings of the Lord, one should participate in the aartis, bhajans, kirtans and events of the Lord. Guru Maharaj gave prasad and blessings to everyone.

Today itself, the birth anniversary of the founder of the sect, the commentator Ramanuja Swami ji was also celebrated. On this occasion, a large number of devotees gathered and took out the tableau of Paramacharya. With colorful flags ringing in their hands, drum beats and religious chants, the devotees danced fervently. On this occasion, the famous Nagada party of Banchari enthralled everyone. It is believed that about a thousand years ago, on the increase of anti-religion behavior, on the instructions of God, Seshaji incarnated as Ramanuja in Perambadur in the South and connected people with religion. He further established Guru Bhakti and Guru Gyan and propounded a distinct Advaita doctrine for Jiva and Brahman. He lived for about 120 years and united the whole country in one thread.

On this occasion, Gurumaharaj worshiped the idol of Ramanuja Swami by performing abhishekam and wished for the welfare of the people. This five-day Brahmotsav will conclude on April 27 with a huge procession with Lord Shri Lakshminarayan and all other deities.

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