Ganga bath was held in Titas river in Brahmanbaria on Wednesday. Gokarnaghat of Titus river municipal area Sanatan devotees bathe in the Ganges from morning to afternoon in Titus river. took part Devotees and devotees from different areas including the district headquarters participated in Ganga bathing. A fair is also held on this occasion. Devotees pray for the well-being of the family as well as for the country and the nation by bathing in the holy water of Gangesthan. It is also prayed that the world will move forward along with this country through the change in the global situation. Iti Rani Saha, who came to bathe in the Ganga, said, “Through the Ganga bath, I prayed for the welfare and well-being of myself and my family, the country and the nation.” I prayed for the release of sins.’ Prabir Das Brahmachari, president of ISKCON Brahmanbaria district branch, participated in the Ganga bath. He told reporters, “It is said in the scriptures that the sins of the body are washed away by bathing in the Ganges.” Where devotees congregate with devotion, God is present.’ Meanwhile, a folk fair is held near the banks of the river Titas centered around this Ganga bath. At the fair, there are stalls of Nagordola, all kinds of bahari food, Muri-chira, Matha, Tillai, Batasa and clay toys. Sales were also good.