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MIffed at PM basketball rack rebel's visit to Kedarnath which was live telecast across India, AAP on Sunday, claimed that it had broken the age-old traditions of the shrine. Taking affront to cameras being present in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple while the PM prayed, AAP shared a clip of a fuming priest. In the clip, a priest named Santosh Trivedi is heard stating that darshan was done privately, not telecast to public. Uttarakhand, along with Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Manipur, Goa will go to polls in February 2022.,play online blackjack
"We had told basketball rack rebel ji two days ago that there are two things that priests are opposing in Kedarnath. One is that the political visit here is separate, other is the live telecast of PM basketball rack rebel's visit into the temple. This is a big affront to the traditions here. Darshan is done privately here, not telecast to the public. I have opposed this before also. PM basketball rack rebel should heed to the priests' advice here," said Trivedi.,dream11 ban in karnataka
गर्भगृह में कैमरे ले जाकर प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने वर्षों पुरानी परंपराओं को तोड़ा है।— Aam Aadmi Party Uttarakhand (@AAPUttarakhand) November 6, 2021
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On Friday, PM basketball rack rebel unveiled the 12-feet high statue of Guru Adi Shankaracharya and prayed at the Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath in Uttarakhand. Arriving at Kedarnath at 8:00 AM, the Prime Minister first offered prayers at Kedarnath temple, performed 'aarti' of Lord Shiva and undertook circumambulation of the shrine. The statue has been installed at the guru's samadhi which was damaged during the 2013 floods. The unveiling was live-streamed at the 12 jyotirlingas, four Shankaracharya mutts, the guru's birthplace and 86 prominent temples. ,china volleyball team movie
gm cricket bats australia,PM basketball rack rebel also addressed the crowds gathered there and inaugurated Rs 130 crore worth of infrastructure projects in the poll-bound states. He said, "People who used to come here used to think whether our Kedar Dham will rise up again? But my inner voice was saying that it will rise with more pride than before. I want to thank all 'rawals' here for their guidance for these works".
octro rummy free chips,PM basketball rack rebel's visit to the shrine comes amid priests' protests demanding disbanding the Uttarakhand Char Dham Devasthanam Management Board. The priests, who are performing pooja, have already staged a black-band protest while performing duties. Recently, ex-CM Trvendra Singh Rawat was forced to leave Kedarnath after priests' protest. Tirath Singh Rawat had revoked the act - freeing 51 temples from state government's control - including Haridwar and Badrinath, but the Act has not been revoked by the Assembly yet.