About Pushkar Ghat
Pushkar Ghat is a Bathing Ghat on the banks of the waterway Godai close to the city of Rajahmundry. Sri Kotilingeswara Temple and Sri Markendaya Swami sanctuary are also available. It is one of the few critical Bathing Ghats in Rajahmundry. The spot is accepted to wash away the transgressions of the individuals who take a dunk in its waters. The way that few critical sanctuaries are close to the Ghat increases its significance in the brain of the aficionado. Pushkar Ghat is situated in Rajahmundry city.
Stage of Godavari Harathi in Rajamundry
The emblem or logo with a simple design has lines to denote the rapid flow conditions of the Godavari River, a “Jyoti” a glowing light, and the representation of offering the oblation, called “Arghyam”, to Surya, the Sun god.
Another symbolic event proposed during the festival is to hold “Sobha Yatra”, a procession carrying the sacred waters of the Godavari River to be mixed with water bodies in all the villages in the 13 districts which lie within the ambit of the Godavari River.
A religious symbolic performance called the “Godavari Harathi”, a ritual of worship with a number of lamps, similar to the Ganga Aarti that is conducted on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi, is also proposed to be held at Rajahmundry where the river flows out to the sea.
Pushkar Ghats in the Telugu States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
The places on the banks of the Godavari River where pilgrims visit famous temples are in the five districts of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The notable places are Manthani, Basar, Dharmapuri, Koti Lingala, Kaleshwaram, Bhadrachalam in Telangana, and Rajahmundry, Kovvur, Narasapuram, Antarvedi in Andhra Pradesh.