“Shrinath Veer Mhaskoba” is one of the forms of Lord Shiva. It is worshiped by the Shepard community in the western Maharashtra region. The villagers of “Veer’ Village near Saswad town of Pune Dist., people from the region gather at the Temple for the God’s Marriage & the celebration goes on for 10 days. On Marriage day, The Lord enters the Temple in a PALANQUIN & the Celebration of God’s arrival starts with throwing the Red Colour & Flowers from all around. It is a unique experience.
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