The Padra Yatra was held on the first day of Aso Navaratri as per the tradition of every year of Shri Khodladham Trust-Kagavad. Rainfall
A large number of Mai devotees joined in the walk even in the rain. Shri Khodaldham Trust Chairman Nareshbhai Patel
Pedestrian departure from Kagwad village. The 2-kilometer trek up to the Khodaldham Temple is in huge numbers
The devotees joined and at first Norat performed the rituals of Mahadarti, the flag and the yajna through Yajna.
A large number of devotees also joined in the on-going rain to join in the first Norat walk on September 29.
In the morning Kagavad reached the village. The decoration was made on a pedestrian path. Crown villagers
Pedestrians were greeted. Then Nareshbhai Patel departed at 8 am in the morning.
Thousands of devotees, led by the chariot of Khodal, reached Kodaldham Temple from Kagwad village. Behind the chariot of Ma Khodal
Later, along with Jay Jay Khodal of Jaya Ma Khodal, under the garb of devotees, the devotees rushed from Kagavad village to the Khodaldham Temple.
After reaching Padan Yatra in the temple courtyard, the devotees took their blessings by tilting the vial at the feet of Ma Khodal.
The flag was then hoisted on the summit of the Khodaldham Temple. The brothers and sisters involved in the pedestal of the temple
Norat Ma khodal tails to call out the rasa-garba rally in the rain in the rain
Were. Yearly sacrifices were also made at this year's school. Khodaladham Trust for devotees involved in the pedestal
Lunch and snacks were arranged by. Volunteers to ensure that the devotees have no trouble on the pedestrian route
The team was upset as well.
On this pedestal, Shri Khodaldham Trust Chairman Shri Nareshbhai Patel and Shri Khodaldham Trust Trustees, Shri.
Trustees of Sardar Patel Cultural Foundation, Shri Leuva Patel Trustees of Community Guest House, Veraval, Khodaldham
District, Taluka and Rural Conveyors, Khodaldham Women's Committee, Khodaldham Student Committee, all Leuva of Rajkot
Members of Patel Social Group, family members of the pseudonymous Leuva Patel society, members of society's organizations and
Brothers and sisters of the society were joined in large numbers.