Yelkot Yelkot, Jay Malhar!

This warrior took refuge in a tiny galli of Vikhroli, where he was being catered to for the last 11 days like every other year for a long time now. He's avatar is derived from the holy deity of Jejuri, the famous Lord Khandoba, who is also known as Jay Malhara. The famous chant of Khandoba was called aloud after Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Yaa! Yelkot Yelkot, Jay Malhara! The surge of emotions is indescribable. KUMAR MITRA MANDAL does not take up themed decoration but they indulge in bringing about the most artistic looks of the Lord to their mandap year after year. This was truly one of the best I've ever seen by them.

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