Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inspected Swarved Mahamandir, meeting with officers in Bareka

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inspected Swarved Mahamandir, meeting with officers in Bareka

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Banaras to test the preparations being made in view of the events to be held in Banaras on 13-14 December, including the Shrikashi Vishwanath Dham inauguration. At 11.30 am, his helicopter landed in the Swarved Mahamandir complex being built by Sadguru Sadafal Dev Vihangam Yoga Sansthan at Umrah in Chaubepur. He inspected the ground floor and the first floor of the Mahamandir dedicated to Swarveda, the work of Maharishi.

In the expanded complex of 78,800 square feet on Varanasi-Ghazipur road, 180 feet high and standing on 268 pillars in the seven-storey building of the Mahamandir, along with the parikrama path, the couplets of Swarveda carved on the walls of the first floor were inquired about. PM saw the venue and understood about the preparations from the officers. The arrival of 14 PM is possible on the second day in the annual function of Vihangam Yoga Institute, which runs from 13 to 15. Ashram Mahant Swatantradev Maharaj and Sant Vigyan Dev gave point-wise information about the event.

After this, the Chief Minister reached Banaras Rail Engine Factory (Bereka) by helicopter. During the two-day stay in Banaras, the Prime Minister will rest the night here. The Chief Minister held a meeting with the police-administration, BJP officials and public representatives in the auditorium here. In this, information was taken about the preparations related to the inauguration ceremony of Shrikashi Vishwanath temple. Asked questions on almost every point and gave necessary instructions. Yogi will soon leave for Chandauli. There Aghoracharya will lay the foundation stone of the proposed tourism development project by Aghorpeeth Ashram in Ramgarh, the birth place of Baba Keenaram. This was announced by the CM during the birth anniversary of Aghoracharya Baba Keenaram in the year 2019. Tourism development of the monastery complex is to be done at a cost of Rs 225 crore. In this, with the release of Rs 22 crore, the first installment has also been released.

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