Ayodhyaeight minutes in the pastCreator: Aditya Tiwari
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Anjana Sharma, an energetic member of the Save Sharda Peeth, has arrived in Ayodhya with soil and water from PoK.
- Hindustanis are usually not allowed to go to the sacred Sharada Peeth in PoK.
- The Prime Minister will lay the muse of the temple on the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi web site in Ayodhya shortly after.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the muse of the Ram temple on the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi web site in Ayodhya at 12:30 pm right this moment. Prasad and holy soil have been dropped at Ayodhya from the sacred Sharada Peeth situated in PoK for Bhoomi Pujan. Not solely this, holy water has additionally been dropped at Ayodhya from Gokarna and Anjana mountains.
Individuals flocked to satisfy
Anjana Sharma, a resident of South India Karnataka and an energetic member of Save Sharada Peeth, reached Ayodhya right this moment, folks flocked to satisfy him. Anjana Sharma has come right here with soil from PoK and holy water from Anjana mountain. He says that he has come right here on the directions of Chief Ravindra Pandit of Sev Sharda Peeth. He informed that about ten days in the past he was informed that he would go to Ayodhya with choices and holy soil from the Sharada Shakti Peetha situated in PoK to worship Lord Shri Ram’s temple.
Refusal of Indians going to PoK
Sharada Shakti Peeth is situated in PoK. The place any Hindustani is forbidden to go. Regardless of this, Bharatvanshi Venkatesh Raman, a resident of Hong Kong, and his spouse had been despatched to PoK with a passport from China to get Prasad and soil from Sharada Peeth. The couple reached PoK from Hong Kong and got here to Delhi by way of Hong Kong with choices and holy soil from Sharda Peeth. Aside from this, holy water was additionally introduced from Anjana mountain in Karnataka which is taken into account to be the birthplace of Hanuman, a devotee of Rama. In line with Anjana Sharma, who reached Ayodhya, Ravana has come from Gokarna to worship the holy land of Lord Shiva, with the linga he was carrying.