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India News | People across the country are starting the New Year on a spiritual note

New Delhi [India], January 1 (ANI): Residents in different parts of the country started the New Year on Saturday on a spiritual note.

On Saturday, devotees took a holy bath in the holy “Sarovar” at the Golden Temple of Amritsar and offered prayers on the first day of the New Year.

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The fervor of the New Year celebration came from Bihar where devotees offered prayers to Mahavir Mandir in Patna. People have been seen standing in long queues waiting their turn to perform rituals.

Priests from Madhya Pradesh also performed “Bhasma Aarti” at the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain.

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Varanasi greeted 2022 in the traditional way with Vedic rituals.

The style of welcoming the New Year at Assi Ghat in Varanasi was both traditional and Vedic. People greeted the New Year by chanting “Veda Mantras” and performing “Yagya”.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent his greetings on the first day of 2022 on Saturday and expressed the hope that the New Year will bring much joy and good health to everyone. (ANI)

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