RULES OF PARIKRAMA

Posted By: Rabi on Jul 01, 2012 in Uncategorized

1) Every parikramawasi should keep photo identity card certified by M.p./ M.L.A / Chairman of Municipality / District Magistrate / or any other govt. higher official. 2) Worship Narmada Mata and pray before Narmada Mata to look after him and to give power to complete the spiritual journey. 3) Take water of Narmada in a pot ;carry it till the parikrama is completed and worship the water everyday when the holy river is out of our sight. 4) The other name of Narmada is’ REWA’, every psrikramawasi should always repeat the word ‘REWA’ in mind. worship the mother every morning and evening. 5) Always try to walk by the side of the holy river but due to geographical cause one can not do so. sometimes he become bound to go far from the bank of the holy river, in that case see the water in the pot and worship it. 6) Never cross the river even parikramawasi should not go in the islands also. 7) Parikramawasi passes many temples and riligious places during their journey, he should visit the temples and worship the God / Goddess as much as possible. 8) Parikramawasi should walk bare footed and will not carry food for not more than two days in advance. 9) The main object of Narmada parikrama is to increase dependance over the all mighty so always try to depend upon Narmada Mata. Maintain speaking truth, always be satisfied with all conditions and behave good with others. 10) Do not swim or go very far in the river. 11) To increase dependance over Narmada Mata parikramawasi should not keep money with them. The Narmada Mata must provide every requirement of her child. 12) In rainy season and in summer parikrama remains close and in this period parikramawasi should stay at one place.

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About Narmada

The Narmada , an important river of central India, rising in the Maikala range, of east – central Madhya Pradesh. Emerging on the summit of the plateau of Amarkantak on the north – eastern apex of the Satpura range in Rewa, it enters the Arabian sea below Bhuruch, after a total course of 1289 K.M. journey.
The Narmada stirs the simple rustic people to devotional fervour.

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