Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chandrababu Naidu took part in the first Godavari Akhanda Aarathi in Rajahmundry yesterday. He broke the glass, performing the first Aarathi, calling in celebrations for Godavari Maha Pushkaram 2015.
The CM along with many other devotees present offered prayers to the divine river Godavari and prayed for everyone’s well-being. The first Godavari Aarathi that was performed yesterday will be carried on as Nithya Aaarathi every day until the end of the Godavari Pushkaralu that will commence from 14th of July and go on for twelve days.
Government of Andhra Pradesh has commenced singular massive efforts to ensure smooth flow of the Mahapushkaralu coupled with state of the art technology and environment friendly practices in place. A lot of anticipation awaits over the participation of millions of pilgrims who will travel from far and wide to offer their prayers to the sacred Ganges of The South, River Godavari.