The Chowka is a symbolical ritual prescribed by Kabir Saheb to his followers. The association holds an annual Chowka ceremony on the Pragtya Divas. The Pragatya Divas falls on the full moon of the Jyesht (June) month of the Hindu (Vikram Samvat) calendar and marks the appearance of Satguru Kabir Saheb. Many devotees also host Chowka ceremonies at their homes which the Association undertakes to perform.
The ceremony involves the preparation of a Bedi, an elevated platform on which the ritual is performed. Above the Bedi lies the Chandni, a canopy covering the Bedi. Various items needed to complete the ceremony are placed on the Bedi. Throughout the ceremony, various bhajans and mantras are sung, and offerings are made to the Bedi.
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