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Devotees offer ‘beedi’ to Bihar temple to grant their wishes

Devotees offer ‘beedi’ at Musarhawa Baba temple located in Kaimur district, Bihar, for their wishes to be granted.

Devotees offer ‘beedi’ at Musarhawa Baba temple located in Kaimur district of Bihar to fulfill their wishes. (Photo: India Today)

Devotees offering flowers, water, milk to the gods in temples are quite familiar, but have you ever heard of offering beedi in a temple? A temple located in Bihar is famous for its unique tradition.

Devotees offer ‘beedi’ at Musarhawa Baba Temple to fulfill their wishes. The temple is located in Khutia area of ​​Kaimur district.

The idol of Musarhawa Baba has been installed at the temple and devotees from remote areas come here with their wishes and offer ‘beedi’.

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After the Baba’s darshan, devotees should open the packet of ‘beedi’, light it and offer it. It is said that by offering ‘beedi’, Baba indulges himself and fulfills the wishes of his devotees.

PASSERBY OFFERS ‘BEEDI’ AT THE TEMPLE

Gopal Baba, priest of the temple said: “Every passerby or traveler should offer the ‘beedi’ to the Baba. There are many such travelers who disregard belief and have met with an accident.”

ANCIENT TRADITION

According to the priest, Musarhawa Baba has enjoyed beedi for years. Travelers or passers-by who don’t offer the ‘bhog’ come back to offer it. Moreover, while offering ‘beedi’, any desire inside your mind can be fulfilled.

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