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Medaram, which had become a metropolis for four days, was empty. After the end of the fair, the crowd of devotees reduced on Sunday evening. Traders closed their shops and ran away. Jampanna river has become barren.

February 26, 2024 / 02:57 AM IST

  • Jampanna Vagu, which has become barren.. Traders are turning back
  • 4 lakh devotees visited Ammawars

Medaram, which had become a metropolis for four days, was empty. After the end of the fair, the crowd of devotees reduced on Sunday evening. Traders closed their shops and ran away. Jampanna river has become barren. Due to this, the surroundings of Medaram are seen as empty. Devadaya department officials said that around four lakh devotees visited the forest deities in the morning.

– Tadwai, February 25

A large number of devotees flocked to the Medaram fair. The forest resembled a metropolis with people. Medaram Jatara, which was bustling with devotees for four days, is emptying out. On the occasion of Sammakka-Saralamma Mahajatara, traders from various states along with Telugu states set up businesses at Shivaramsagar, Jampannavagu, Chilukala Gutta, RTC bus stand and many other places. It was filled with tents everywhere as traders and devotees camped in lakhs.

As the fair is over, the traders are leaving one by one and the number of devotees has also decreased, so the surroundings of Medaram look empty. Medaram is taking on its old look, with the four days of bustling fair surroundings with devotees visiting Ammavars and various types of traders becoming quieter.

Even after the end of the fair, the prayers of the devotees

Sunday being a holiday, there was a huge crowd. They performed holy baths in Jampannavagu and visited Ammavars. In traditional tribal ways, they offered turmeric, saffron, Uttabellam, new year flowers to Ammavara and paid prayers. Officials of the Devadaya Department said that around four lakh devotees visited Ammavar on Sunday.

The article is in Telugu

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