The Govardhan Puja has a significance from the days of Krishna when he picked up the Govardhan Hill in just one finger of his to give protection to the villagers. The Vaishnavas offer a variety of food to the mountain recognised as Govardhan Hill as a mark of respect to God Almighty. Govardhan Puja is also known as Annakut which means giving food to the mountain. Annakut is celebrated at the fourth day of Diwali and Govardhan Puja is celebrated during Annakut. One way of celebrating this puja is by making small mounds of cow dung which are then decorated with flowers. Prayers are then offered to Lord Krishna.
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