Brahmaputra River Pushkaram Festival 2019 Guide
Brahmaputra River Pushkaram
The Pushkaram festival will be celebrated to each and every major rives in India. Every year for one year the pushkaram will be celebrated. In India, for 12 rivers the Pushkaram festival is celebrated. So, for all the 12 rivers, the festival returns only once in every 12 years. The Pushkaram means, the Lord Bruhaspathi resides in one river each year and hence 12 rivers in 12 years. This year, the Pushkaram festival is celebrated to the Brahmaputra River. Previously, Brahmaputra Pushkarams were held in the year 2007.
Brahmaputra River Pushkaram Dates Muhurtham Timings
For the year 2019, Brahmaputra Pushkaralu begins on November 5 and ends on November 16. Brahmaputra Pushkarams begins as Jupiter enters into Dhanu Rashi (Guru Peyarchi in Dhanussu Rashi). Brahmaputra Pushkara Starting time will be 5.17 AM, 5 November 2019, Tuesday (Shukla Paksha Navami in Karthika Masam) Brahmaputra Pushkara Ending Muhurtham Timings is on 16 November 2019.
Brahmaputra River Pushkaram Bathing Ghats
Assam Government has made lot of arrangements for the pilgrims who are planning to Visit the Branhmaputra River. It is expected that 2-3 lakhs pilgrims may visit the river and can take a holy dip in the river. The major pushkar ghats is around Guwahati. The Brahmaputra rives flows through Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and discharges to Bangladesh.
The Major cities near the Brahmaputra river are Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Dhubri. Pilgrims can find the pushkar ghats in all the above cities. Right now, the Brahmaputra river is in heavy flow. Arrangements have been made for pilgrims to have a bath at Guwahati, Assam, on the banks of the Brahmaputra. The Major Ghat here is Sonaram High School Ground, Assam Trunk Road (A.T. Road), Shantipur, Baralumukh. Guwahati,
How to Reach Brahmaputra River Pushkaram Bathing Ghats
For the Brahmaputra River Pushkaram, people who are planning to take a dip in the holy are suggested to reach the city of Guwahati and take dip at the Ghats over as the all the other places through which the Brahmaputra flows are not accessible properly.