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Know all about 84 Kosi Parikrama Yatra

Bhaskar News | Last Modified - Aug 25, 2013, 02:50 PM IST

We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.
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    Ayodhya/Basti: The battle of wits between ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) turned Ayodhya into a fortress, with Section 144 of CrPC clamped in the temple town on Sunday. We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.

    The 84 Kosi Yatra is a tradition that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death).

    According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the ‘yagna’ in the ‘treta period’ at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of UP which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region.

    However, some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya.

    According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.

  • +4 See more slides

    Ayodhya/Basti: The battle of wits between ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) turned Ayodhya into a fortress, with Section 144 of CrPC clamped in the temple town on Sunday. We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.

    The 84 Kosi Yatra is a tradition that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death).

    According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the ‘yagna’ in the ‘treta period’ at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of UP which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region.

    However, some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya.

    According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.

  • +4 See more slides

    Ayodhya/Basti: The battle of wits between ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) turned Ayodhya into a fortress, with Section 144 of CrPC clamped in the temple town on Sunday. We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.

    The 84 Kosi Yatra is a tradition that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death).

    According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the ‘yagna’ in the ‘treta period’ at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of UP which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region.

    However, some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya.

    According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.

  • +4 See more slides

    Ayodhya/Basti: The battle of wits between ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) turned Ayodhya into a fortress, with Section 144 of CrPC clamped in the temple town on Sunday. We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.

    The 84 Kosi Yatra is a tradition that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death).

    According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the ‘yagna’ in the ‘treta period’ at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of UP which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region.

    However, some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya.

    According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.

  • +4 See more slides

    Ayodhya/Basti: The battle of wits between ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) turned Ayodhya into a fortress, with Section 144 of CrPC clamped in the temple town on Sunday. We tell you the significance of the Chaurasi (84) Kosi Parikrama yatra.

    The 84 Kosi Yatra is a tradition that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death).

    According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the ‘yagna’ in the ‘treta period’ at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of UP which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region.

    However, some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya.

    According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.

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