Baitarani river and Baruni are completed to each other. Vaitarani or Baitarani is one of Odisha’s six major rivers. Popular epics and legends abound with references to this deity. The Baitarani river begins at an elevation of around 900 metres in the hill ranges of Orissa’s Keonjhar district and flows for about 365 kilometres. Both river systems discharge into the Bay of Bengal, forming a delta area.
The Baitarani originates in the Gonasika orGuptaganga highlands and flows over a stone that resembles a cow’s nostril. After there, the river flows underground for roughly half a kilometre and is not visible from the outside.
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When baruni bath falls?
Every year on the thirteenth day of Krishnapaksha, the month of Chaitra, Baruni takes a bath. If Chaitra Krishna falls on the thirteenth day of auspicious Saturday or Satyaviksha constellation and astrology, it called Baruniyoga, and if both Saturn and Satyaviksha constellations fall on that day, it called Mahabaruni Yoga.
What is Baruni and Mahabaruni?
Bathing in the Ganges with the help of this Baruni and Mahabaruni Yoga results in the blessings of hundreds of rituals performed in the sun pollen. On this day, devotees pour rain on the Baitarani River in Puri and near the historic Dasashwamedha Ghat in Jajpur. The floodwaters receded in the Vargabi river and some other places near the temple of Baral Balunkeshwar Mahadev in Puri sub-division. Locals bathe in Jhanjam, a place north of the Rishikulia river near Panchanan Prabhu near Sorda, near Chandrakalpeshwar in Dharakot, near Pratappur Tumbeswar in Asika Subarneshwar and near Loknath Swami in the west of Ganjam. Many people also take a bath at Tribeni Sangam in Indupur in Kendrapara district.
Baitrani and Baruni bath.
The Baitarani River falls about a kilometer north of Birjakshetra Jajpur. It believed that bathing in the holy river Baitarani in Odisha, like the holy river Ganges, is beneficial. The Baitarani pilgrimage described in the Adi Mahabharata, Sabha, Ban and Bhishma festivals. In the Baruni Yoga, devotees bathe in the Baitarani River and the sea to pay homage to their ancestors. Since the north side of Baitarani is very sacred, the fair is held there for a long time from Krishna Triodashi in the month of Chaitra.
Baitrani and Baruni kumbh of Odisha.
The Baruni bath called the Kumbh of Odisha. This constellation added during the sign of the Sun in the sign of Capricorn in the month of Capricorn. The immersion of the Baruni in the sacred Baitarani and the sky brings good fortune to all sins, the destruction of sorrows and the loss of sorrow. Hindus believe that burial on the banks of the Baitarani coast is very beneficial. Bathing in the Baitarani River brings virtues like bathing in the Ganges and the ocean.
Types of bath.
The baths in the Baitarani River are divided into three sections. They are –
The date associated with the centenary star is called Baruni. This bath called yoga bath because it has a bath in the constellation Yatbhisha. Mahabaruni bathing yoga is rarer than Baruni bathing yoga. This yoga does not last all year. The year in which the centenary constellation Chaitramas Krishnapaksha on the thirteenth Saturday is called Mahabaruni. In addition, the person who drowns in the Dashaswamedh Ghat rewards crores of blessings.
There is also the Mahabaruni Yoga on the Baitarani River. It occurs about once every several years. If Saturn is added on the thirteenth day of the lunar eclipse of the month of Shuklapaksha, if it accompanied by auspicious auspiciousness on Saturday and the addition of ‘G’, it is called a very Baruni Yoga. In addition, bathing Baitarani saves millions of ancestors. This yoga bath should take place at night or during the day.
Temples near baruni bath.
The Jagannath Temple, the Saptamatrika Temple, the Lakshmi Temple, the Mukteswar Shiva Temple, the Siddhi Ganesha Temple, the Sri Bigraha Temple and the Navagraha Temple are located near the Dashaswamedha Ghat, as there is a Baruni bath in the Baitarani River. Devotees immerse themselves in the Baitarani and pay obeisances to all the deities.
Mythology of the Baruni bath.
Once there was a quarrel between Brahma and Narasimha for his greatness. Both of them considered Shiva a mediator for their trial and expressed their concerns. Shiva said, “The one who can come from my feet to my head is the greatest. Narasimha did not go to Shiva’s head and returned from the half and said- ‘Mahadev! No one can walk from your feet to your head. Brahma, a short distance from Narasimha, met some flowers. He returned to tell Shiva that he had gone to Shiva’s head to give some flowers to false witnesses.
According to Brahma, some people lied in front of Shiva and cursed Shiva, calling Brahma a liar and cursing Brahma in anger. As Brahma prayed to Shiva to get rid of the curse, Shiva sacrificed him on the banks of the holy river Baitarani and asked him to please the sacrificial Vishnu. Brahma described the Birja area as a place of sacrifice and urged Baitarani to flow in it. Satisfied with Brahma’s praise, Baitarani followed Brahma. After a while, Brahma could not hear the sound. Looking back, the river disappeared.
As Brahma meditated to find out why, it rumored that he had hidden himself in fear of seeing the naked form of a woman in the dense forest. If Shivalinga installed in every corner, he can be free from sin in the philosophy of Shiva and go to the place of sacrifice. So Brahma erected one Shivalinga in each corner.
Setting up Shivalinga at Baitrani and Baruni.
He set up the first Shivalinga at a distance from the Gonasika mountain, which called Brahmeshwar. He then came to Baitarani, Birjakshetra after the installation of Shivalingas in Kushaleshwar, Ambakeshwar, Gateshwar, Lingeshwar, Bhuteswar, Bileshwar, Haranteshwar etc. in each corner.
The last of these genders is Siddheshwar. From here Brahma, Baitarani, is the answer, and Shivalinga is no longer seen. It is believed that if a person bathes in the Baruni shrine of Birjakshetra and gives a mass to his ancestors, he will be freed from ten kinds of sins.
- Harishankar peeth.
- Suryanamaskar mantra.
- Offering Water to God.
- Benefit of Chanting Mantras 108 times.
- Who will be the father.
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