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Navratra, the first day of the marriage, saw a unique coincidence in Kalyan.

Kalyan, October 18: Navratra, the first day of marriage, saw a unique coincidence in Kalyan. 9 girls were born on the same day in a hospital in Kalyan (West). This rare coincidence, which took place on the first day of Navratri, is being discussed everywhere, including in the medical field.

The well-known Dr. Kalyan. Ashwin Kakkar is widely known as a social and sensitive person. Saturday at her maternity hospital was a bit different for her. As many as 11 women gave birth at his hospital on Saturday. In which 9 out of 11 women gave birth to girls. Presented by Ashwin Kakkar.

What is special is that Navratri festival started from yesterday. On the first day of Navratri, 9 girls were born in the hospital. Therefore, it is as if Navdurga was born in the form of 9 people.

Navratra without Garba-Dandiya this year …

Meanwhile, the state government has issued guidelines on how to celebrate Navratri, Durga Puja and Dussehra this year in view of the contagious situation caused by the corona.

Public Navratri festival idols should not be more than 4 feet while domestic ones should not be more than 2 feet, procession of goddesses should not be taken out, immersion rules should be followed, sanitizer should be used in the pavilion. The rules of social distance have to be followed in the darshan queue, such instructions have been given.

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In particular, the Garba, Dandiya program has been banned this year. At the same time, religious events should be organized without crowds. In view of the Kovid-19 crisis, it has been suggested that the rules of social discrimination should be followed and the government’s campaign ‘My family is my responsibility’ should be for the benefit of the people.

On the day of Dussehra, however, Ravana will be cremated. However, the event will not be crowded. Safe social distance regulations need to be followed.

Published by:Sandip Parolekar

First published:October 18, 2020 9:11 PM IS



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