Har Har Ganga!!
Patitpavani Ganga is called Dev river because according to the scriptures, Ganga has come from heaven to earth. It is believed that the Ganga has come out of the feet of Shri Hari Vishnu and resides in the Jatas of Lord Shiva.
Ganga is called Patit Pavini when there is a close relationship with Sri Hari and Lord Shiva. It is believed that bathing in the Ganga destroys all the sins of man.
One day Goddess Ganga went to Baikuntha Dham to meet Sri Hari and said to her,” Lord! Bathing in my water destroys all sins but how can I bear the burden of so many sins? How will I end the sins that I contain?”
Sri Hari spoke on this,” Ganga! When saints, saints, Vaishnava come and bathe in you, all your sins will be dissolved. ′′ .
River Ganga is so sacred that every Hindu’s last wish is to immersion its bones in Ganga only but where do these bones go?
Even scientists could not answer this because even after immersion of bones in countless quantities, Ganga water is sacred and sacred. Even after searching till Ganga Sagar, this question could not be crossed.
According to the belief of Sanatan Dharma, it is considered best to immerse the bone of the dead person in the Ganga for peace of the soul after death. These bones go directly to the feet of Sri Hari.
The person whose end time comes near the Ganga, he gets liberation after death. The faith of Hindus towards the Ganga is natural with these things.
Scientifically mercury (mercury) is present in Ganga water which dissolves calcium and phosphorus in the bones. Which is a nutritious diet for aquatic animals. Sulphur (sulphur) exists in the bones which is formed by mercury in combined with mercury.
Along with this, these two together create Mercury Sulfide Salt. The remaining calcium left in the bones works to keep water clean. Religious view Pard is the symbol of Shiva and Gandhak is the symbol of power. All beings ultimately merge into Shiva and Shakti.
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