Idol, Returned By Canada After 108 Years, Installed At UP Temple

The idol was put in within the north-east nook of the Kashi Vishwanath temple.


An idol of Goddess Annapurna introduced again from Canada after 108 years was put in on the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi on Monday in a ceremony attended by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The idols of 5 different deities eliminated in the course of the reconstruction of the temple had been additionally put in.

The idol of the goddess was taken to the temple in a silver palanquin, shouldered by Mr Adityanath. The procession began from the Kushmanda temple in Durgakund within the morning.

It was put in within the north-east nook of the temple amid chanting of hymns.

The chief minister had arrived in Varanasi on a two-day go to on Sunday night time.

He inspected the cleansing and restore of the Shahi drain on the Lahurabir-Maidagin highway late within the night time and ordered to finish the work on a war-footing.

Mr Adityanath additionally took inventory of the development of the Kashi Vishwanath temple hall after paying obeisance on the temple.

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