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RJD chief Tejapratap Yadav purchasing for the idol of Lord Radhakrishna from the store situated in Rangji Bazar, Vrindavan.
- Tej Pratap has stayed in Vrindavan for the final three days, avoiding the media available in the market
(Pramod Kalyan). RJD chief Tej Pratap Yadav, son of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, was seen within the coloration of devotion within the Kunj lanes of Tirthanagri Vrindavan on Monday. Sporting yellow dhoti, white kurta and patuka, tilak on the brow, Tej Pratap purchased the idol of Lord Radhakrishna, costume of God and adornments from the market. He stored avoiding the media.
Stroll round like a typical devotee together with your companions
On Monday night, within the type of Brijwasi, Tej Pratap together with 12 of his companions have been seen strolling round like frequent devotees at ISKCON Temple, ISKCON’s Gaushala and Rangji Temple Bazar and Loi Bazar in Ramanrati space of Vrindavan. Everyone was surprised to see Tej Pratap that the previous Bihar cupboard minister and son of a tall chief like Lalu is strolling within the streets as Brijwasi.
Tejapratap purchased idols of Lord Radhakrishna, Saligram and Srinathji
Purchased idols of Lord Radhakrishna, Saligram and Srinathji
Tej Pratap alongside along with his associates purchased the idols of Lord Radhakrishna, Saligram and Srinathji from the store of Ajay Agarwal idols situated in Rangji temple market. After this, purchased decorations and costumes for the idols from Loi Bazaar. After purchasing for 50 thousand rupees in about 2 hours, he went to a visitor home in Ramanerthi. It was instructed that he has been staying within the guesthouse for the final three days. He’s seen from exterior within the temples of Vrindavan in addition to remembering his lovable Lord Radhakrishna with cows within the gaushalas.
Tej Pratap additionally purchased adornments and costumes for the idols.
Converse to the shopkeeper, will come once more after 7 days
He additionally instructed the shopkeeper that he would once more come to his store after seven days to get the products associated to Lord Radhakrishna. Tejapratap visited Vrindavan and Barsana earlier within the month of Kartik. Having lived in Vrindavan for greater than every week, he visited the temples and loved Harinam Sankirtan and Yamuna Boating.