Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Jan 10: Established in 1923, The Sakchi Durga Bari on Chenab Road has been the centre of growing number of devotees through its 91 years of traditional and spiritual history. The committee baton too has changed hands but the aura of spirituality amidst nature’s bounty has been kept intact to provide peace and fan aesthetic feelings.
On Monday, January 11, the 60th Prathisthan Utsav of Mother Kali will be observed while on Thursday, January 14, Lord Shiva’s 46th initiation ceremony will be organized. The Mandir committee’s general secretary Shantanu Bose informed that on both occasions, prayers and other religious rituals will commence early morning and would include Arti and yagna.
Bose further informed that in view of the prevailing COVID pandemic conditions, Bhog and other consecrated items will not be distributed among devotees. However, all COVID-19 related protocols will be observed with special stress on mask wearing and social distancing. Devotees will not be allowed within the temple precincts without masks. Hand sanitizer will be available in the temple premises.
The mandir Committee general secretary said that on January 11 and 14, food items, clothes and fruits will be distributed among residents at the Old Age Home in New Baradwari.
It may be mentioned here that at the Chenab Road Durga Bari, Goddess Kali is worshipped in the form of Ma Brahmamayi while Lord Shiva as Baba Neelkanth.