Know about #Govadhan Pooja Decoration



It is the next day of Diwali (main day). This day is celebrated by northern India, mainly amoung the Yadav community or the people living in places which is somehow related to lord Krishna or by those who deeply believe in him! People use cow dung and a sort of a mountain ( resembling a mountain called “Govardhan Parvat”) which is believed to be lifted by lord Krishna to save the people from the wrath of Lord Indra, the demigod in charge of rain.
It is also called Annakut (meaning  heap of grains) & hence grains are also worshipped!