Occurring in the Hindu month of Savan, the journey of the Kanwariya revolves around the kanwar, traditionally a bamboo pole with urns containing water from the River Ganga which is transported by the pilgrims from holy sites such as Haridwar, Gangotri and Gaumukh as an offering to the Shiva temple back home. The aim of the pilgrimage is to chant the name of Bholenath (a name for Shiva meaning Lord of the innocent) and return without spilling a drop of the water.

Occurring in the Hindu month of Savan, the journey of the Kanwariya revolves around the kanwar, traditionally a bamboo pole with urns containing water from the River Ganga which is transported by the pilgrims from holy sites such as Haridwar, Gangotri and Gaumukh as an offering to the Shiva temple back home. The aim of the pilgrimage is to chant the name of Bholenath (a name for Shiva meaning Lord of the innocent) and return without spilling a drop of the water.

Occurring in the Hindu month of Savan, the journey of the Kanwariya revolves around the kanwar, traditionally a bamboo pole with urns containing water from the River Ganga which is transported by the pilgrims from holy sites such as Haridwar, Gangotri and Gaumukh as an offering to the Shiva temple back home. The aim of the pilgrimage is to chant the name of Bholenath (a name for Shiva meaning Lord of the innocent) and return without spilling a drop of the water.

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