The last day of the 38th Navratri Celebrations, Vijayā Dashmi, ended with a divine Sundarkand Yagya, worship and hoisting of the divine flag atop the Dwarka Mandir as well as other religious rituals.
A Sundarkand Yagya was carried out with the recitation of Sundarkand by the chief host of Navratri Anushthan, Shri Bajranglal Tapariaji, in the morning.
Thereafter, rituals for the Pooja of the divine flag was carried out by Pujya Bhaishri at Shri Hari Mandir. This divine flag was taken to the Dwarka Mandir where it was hoisted amidst chants of God’s name and following circumbulation of the temple.
Pujya Bhaishri and the host family worshipped 11 girls, presented them with gifts and a full dinner. The celebrations ended in divinity with all present receiving prasad.
38th Navratri celebrations will remain memorable with highlights such as a divine Katha on Bhagavat Dharma and Bapu by Pujya Bhaishri, the insightful lectures by various speakers, the divine leela darshan exhibited by Rishikumars daily during the musical recitation of Shri Ram Charit Manas and the majestic darshan of Shri Karunamayi Maa in her various forms.