Four-day-long Chhath festival has concluded today by giving Argha (prayers) to the rising sun.
The Chhath festival concludes with the devotees praying the rising sun on the fourth day of the festival. On the fourth day of the festival, the fast is broken and the devotees observing the fasting can eat special sweets made for the occasion and fruits.
It is believed that worshipping the rising sun on this particular day of the festival helps treat skin diseases and one is blessed with offspring and wealth.
Meanwhile, Vice President Parmananda Jha went to Ranipokhari this morning and made offerings to the rising sun on the occasion of the Chhath festival.
Speaking at a special program organized on the occasion by the Mahaparva Chhath Samaroha Samiti, the Vice President Jha stressed the need of developing this festival into a national festival without confining it to a certain caste or community.
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