On this morning, on the fourth day of Chhath Mahaparva of faith, Vratis offered Arghya to the rising sun. With this, the four day long Chhath festival came to an end. Devotees arrived at the ghat on Saturday morning and offered Arghya to the rising sun. On the roofs of different Ganges ghats, ponds, reservoirs, houses and apartments in Patna, the capital of Bihar, the devotees offered prayers to Lord Bhaskar and offered prayers. Chhath festival was celebrated in different states of the country along with Bihar. Devotees reached the river and reservoirs early in the morning and offered arghya to the rising sun. See photos …
Chhath festival in Bihar including capital PatnaUpon reaching the Ganges Ghats in Bihar’s capital Patna, the Vratis offered Arghya to the rising sun. The process of accepting offerings started with the offering of Arghya, and with this, the fasting Chhath Vratis broke the fast by taking Prasad of Chhath Maiya.
Devotees started arriving at Chhat Ghat from early morning on Saturday and with sunrise, Lord Bhaskar stood in the water and offered Arghya.
In Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, the devotees of Mahaprabha Chhath gave the Arghya to the rising sun on Saturday morning.
Devotees offering Arghya to the rising sun in Noida, Uttar Pradesh adjoining Delhi.
Chhath Vratis offered Arghya to the rising sun on the banks of river Ganges in Varanasi