Monday Dec 5, 2022
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General people receive tika from Goddess Kumari


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2022 Oct 05, 19:23, Bhaktapur
Hindu devotees and revellers pay homage to Kumari, Living Goddess, during a special ceremony organised on the occasion of Indrajatra festival in Basantapur, Kathmandu Durbar Square, on Sunday, September 19, 2021. Photo: RSS

On the occasion of Vijaya Dashami, people crowded at the Taleju Bhawani temple of Bhaktapur to receive tika from the living goddess Kumari.

The original head of the temple, Narendra Prasad Joshi, priests, workers, and gurus received the tika from the hands of Ekanta Kumari Luniva Bajracharya during the auspicious hour. Joshi, a native of Taleju, said that there is a tradition of receiving tika from the Kumari before the hands of other people. 

The temple had been open for the general public from 4 pm to 6pm.

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