Chippla Jaat Festival

About Chippla Jaat

From pre-historic time state of uttarakhand is well famous for its authentic tradition and festivals. Chippla Jaat is a notable festival which is happening in the state of uttarakhand annually. Ritual belief in the state of uttarakhand is quite fascinating as well as divine importance. Chippla Jaat is one such festival having social importance. On this secession native people from different villages of Dharchula and Gorikhal regions reach Kedardwe and Najurikote. The yatra (trip) starts from khela; they go through thick forests and rockland. To keep up the divinity of yatra, peoples preferred to go there barefoot. With the followers, on the first day this divine yatra reach till Barmano, which is followed by the divine rhythms of folk drums, bhankaras and neja

On the second day of this trip, this yatra goes through the thick forest, on that day the trip finally destined in Brahmkund which is approximately 17 km far from Chippla Jaat. On the third day the trip is destined on back to Najurikote. On the way the worshippers dips taken in the holy water of Kedardwe pond. On the same night, pilgrims come back to Brahmkund after covering 35 kms almost.

The next day an i.e. fourth day pilgrim visit Jyulital, Patojkund and finally reaches in bhaiman kund that is approximately 16 kms far from the destination. Also in Bhramakund there is a small lake, pilgrims take a small bath in this holy lake, it is a belief that the water in bhramakund is capable of washing ones sine’s away. Possibly on that night peoples stay over there. Fifth day is the last day in this yatra, baram in the Gori valley is the final destination in this event. The festival “Chippla Jaat” is blended with various cultures, worship, devotees’ presence, natural scenario and various authentic folk dances. Come and explore this beautiful tradition.

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