Kavinder unveils 50-feet tall Lord Shiva statue in Panch Mandir - watsupptoday.com
Kavinder unveils 50-feet tall Lord Shiva statue in Panch Mandir
Posted 08 May 2019 04:28 PM

Former Deputy Chief Minister and Ex-MLA Gandhi Nagar Constituency, Kavinder Gupta on Tuesday uncovered the 50-feet tall Lord Shiva statue (first in J&K State) in Panch Mandir, Channi Himmat, here on the favorable event of Akshaya Tritiya.

The symbol was cut by one of the well known artists of the State, Krishna Soni with the evaluated expense of Rs 50 lakh. Prior, Krishna likewise cut the immense icon to Lord Hanuman at National Highway close Vijaypur and Lord Shiva symbol at Jogi Gate Jammu.

Murti establishment was seen in the midst of religious mottos and songs with many occupants of the settlement taking an interest in the occasion.

In the quiet and profound mood, set apart by Bhajans and Kirtans, Kavinder paid respect and furthermore petitioned God for prosperity of the general population of the nation and the state.

"Love places expect significance in a general public like our own and it is consequently endless supply of us to keep up and continue their profound atmosphere", he said and communicated satisfaction over the commitment of the administration for satisfying the desires of lovers in introducing glorious Murti of the Lord Shiva in the sanctuary.

Unmistakable people who went to the occasion incorporate Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation, Chander Mohan Gupta, Deputy Mayor Advocate Purnima Sharma, previous MLA Jammu East Rajesh Gupta, Councilor Channi Himmat Neena Gupta, Councilor Ward No 53 Jyoti Devi, Baldev Singh Billawaria and Vinay Gupta.

Panch Mandir Committee individuals present on the event incorporate Narinder Kapoor, Parveen Gupta (Ex-councilor), Dr Ved Gupta, Sujanya Sharma, Inderjit Kesar, Dr Y.L Gupta, K.P Raina, Pawan Shastri President Jammu Yatri Bhawan Trust, Rattan Lal Gupta, President Ware House Traders Association and senior National Conference pioneer and Yashpal Singh President Traders Federation.

Occupants of the Channi Himmat and abutting territories likewise went to the program. At last, Bhandara was served by the Mandir Committee.

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