Modi will be the 5th PM to come Exclusive Mahakal: Will stay for 3 hours, Mahakal path will roam by e-vehicle; Prasad and pamphlet will reach 5 lakh homes

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After becoming the Prime Minister, on October 11, for the first time, Narendra Modi will visit Mahakal. During this, the Mahakal path worth more than 700 crores will be dedicated to the country. On this day pamphlets will also be distributed along with prasad to about 5 lakh homes. How long will PM Modi stay in Mahakal city, where will he go, how will he travel, know every aspect, first of all…

PM Modi will spend about 3 hours in Ujjain on October 11. His schedule has not been finalized yet, but according to sources, he will reach Ujjain on October 11 at 5.30 pm. First of all they will go to the temple to have darshan of Baba Mahakal. Mahakal will inaugurate the first phase of temple expansion. During this, as soon as it gets dark, the entire Mahakal path will be lit up with beautiful lighting.

After worship-abhishek, he will inaugurate about 6 and a half Mahakal path. He will also address the public meeting. After lighting the lamp at Nandi Gate on Mahakal Path, you will see the mural of Shiva glory inscribed on the walls. PM Modi will go till Kamal Sarovar. After this, you will roam on the Mahakal path by e-rickshaw. 12 electric vehicles have also arrived to run on the Mahakal path. If sources are to be believed, the evening program has been fixed because the beauty of Mahakal Path becomes more beautiful after the lighting in the late evening.

Stories related to Mahakal Darshan and Prime Ministers…

Lal Bahadur Shastri: Was the first prime minister who came here
According to Anand Shankar Vyas, senior priest of Mahakal temple, Prime Minister Modi will be the 5th Prime Minister, who will visit Mahakal. Before this, Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, Morarji Desai, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi have also visited Baba Mahakal. He told that he does not remember the year, but first former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri had come here to have darshan. Then it was my uncle Pandit Surya Narayan Vyas who got Shastri ji worshiped.

Morarji Desai: The carpet was laid at the reception

Pandit Vyas told that in 1977, as the leader of the Janata Party, former Prime Minister Morarji Desai came to Ujjain and first reached the Mahakal temple. Then I got the worship done. Here, by taking the blessings of God, he had done the conch shell of the election campaign. Then for the first time a carpet was laid here to welcome a leader. The hired police band was called. Here in Kshirsagar, Morarji held a meeting in support of the Indian Lok Dal candidate Hukumchand Kachhay. They had gone to Kachvay’s house only after walking on the carpet. Only after this Morarji became the fourth Prime Minister of the country.

Morarji Desai, the then Prime Minister.

Indira Gandhi: When removed from the post, Mahakal came to visit before the election

On 30 December 1979, former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi reached Ujjain and offered prayers to Baba Mahakal. Earlier, on June 12, 1975, Indira Gandhi was removed from office by the Allahabad High Court for six years. After this, before the elections held in 1979, Indira had darshan of Mahakal. When she reached the temple, the Bhasma aarti was going on, so she had darshan from outside. Keeping coconut and offerings, she started returning. After walking a few steps, she suddenly stopped and stood in the corridor of the sanctum sanctorum for about 20 minutes. After the aarti, worshiped in the sanctum sanctorum for about 35 minutes. With the blessings of Mahakal, she again became the Prime Minister of the country in 1980.

Rajiv Gandhi: Came for election campaign

In 1989, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had come to campaign in favor of former Congress leader Manohar Bairagi. Bairagi was the MLA candidate from Congress. After the meeting in Ujjain, Gandhi reached the Mahakaleshwar temple. After taking the blessings of Mahakal, they stayed in the temple premises for about 30 minutes.

Now Modi will have darshan

At present, the official program of PM Narendra Modi has not come. According to the schedule so far, on October 11, Modi will first visit the Mahakal temple. After this you will reach Triveni Museum. After lighting the lamp at the Nandi gate built here, Mahakal will inaugurate the path after getting worship done by the government priest of the Mahakal temple. He had come to Ujjain about 5 years ago in a program. There was speculation then that he would also go to the temple and take a dip in Shipra, but it did not happen. Local priests confirmed this.

Now know about the Mahakal project…

The works of the first phase of the Rs 793 crore Mahakal extension project have almost been given final touch. This includes development of Mahakal Path, Mahakal Vatika, banks of Rudrasagar pond. The project will change the picture in two ways. First- Darshan will be easy. Second- people will also be able to do religious tourism along with darshan. The campus will have all the facilities ranging from walking, lodging, rest. Collector Ashish Singh said that by September 30, all the work of the first phase has been completed. After this the area of ​​the temple will become 47 hectares.

Kashi Vishwanath had boarded the cruise for the inauguration of the corridor

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated his dream project Varanasi’s Kashi Vishwanath Corridor 9 months ago. Vishwanath Dham has been built at a cost of more than 800 crores. Maintaining the original appearance of the ancient temple, an area of ​​more than 5 lakh 27 thousand square feet has been developed. After the dedication, he reached Dashashwamedh Ghat to see the Ganga Aarti. He saw the aarti and laser show from the cruise in front of the ghat. During this, UP CM Yogi Adityanath and BJP National President JP Nadda were also present on the cruise with him. He boarded Vivekananda cruise from Ravidas Ghat and reached Dashashwamedh Ghat. Modi had reached Ravidas Ghat from Lalita Ghat via Alaknanda cruise.

PM Modi inaugurated the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor about 9 months ago.

Now also know the history related to the temple…

Chief Minister, President or Prime Minister do not spend the night in Ujjain…

There is a myth about the king, chief minister, president or prime minister staying the night in Ujjain, the city of Mahakal. Baba Mahakal is the king of Ujjain. It is a belief that two kings cannot stay together in a kingdom. For doing so, he has to bear the consequences.

Morarji Desai’s government fell after spending the night in Ujjain

The inauguration of the first phase of the Mahakal corridor on October 11

793 crore project, the picture will change like this

Now know about the temple…

According to a story, Mahakal appeared to protect human beings from the demon named Dushan. After killing the demon, Baba sat here in the form of Jyotirlinga on the request of the devotees. After this, Ranajirao Shinde got the temple built in 1736. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas, Shiva is enshrined in the Mahakaleshwar temple of Ujjain in the form of Dakshin Mukhi Jyotirlinga. The temple has 3 parts, at the bottom is the Jyotirlinga in the sanctum. Mata Parvati, Ganesh and Kartikeya are seated here with Lord Shiva. The Omkareshwar temple is situated in the middle and the Nagchandreshwar temple at the top. Mahakal is the only temple where Bhasma Aarti takes place.

For more information read also…

The Mahakal complex, which is expanding from two to 20 hectares in Madhya Pradesh, will be four times bigger than the Kashi Vishwanath corridor (5 hectares) in Uttar Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first phase of the Mahakal corridor on October 11. This will be PM Modi’s second visit to Madhya Pradesh within a month. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave this information during his stay in Ujjain on Monday. Click here to read the full story of change

The mess of 12 thousand houses turned the pond aliveAfter eight months during the Mahakal project, another big picture of change has come to light in Ujjain. Here the Rudrasagar pond, adjacent to the Mahakal path, has blossomed. Till eight months ago, there was so much hyacinth here that it was difficult to find water. To make the pond clean, 40 people worked day and night to remove the water hyacinth for one and a half months. For the first time after the Simhastha of 2016, the focus was on this pond. Click here to read the full story of change, see – before and now pictures of the pond

Oxygen plant will be set up in Rudra Sagar

The most difficult task for the Mahakal corridor was the cleaning of the Rudra Sagar. To accomplish this, the sewer line meeting at Rudrasagar was dismantled. A line has been attached to the Shipra river to ensure that there is water throughout the year. Fountains are also being installed along with the surrounding structure, so that the water continues to circulate. In future, oxygen plant will also be installed to clean water in Rudra Sagar.

Now know Kashi Vishwanath Corridor…

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