PM Modi Offers Puja to Lord Shiva at Kedarnath
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday paid deference and performed puja at Badrinath temple on the second day of his two-day visit to Uttarakhand.
He came to Badrinath in the wake of going through around 20 hours in the Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath.
Mr. Modi offered prayers at deepest sanctum in Badrinath, another temple in Uttarakhand's 'char dham' religious circuit, committed to Lord Vishnu.
Mr. Modi expressed gratitude toward the Election Commission for conceding him authorization to visit the Kedarnath shrine when the model implicit rules are in power.
Mr. Modi, who went through around 17 hours at a heavenly cavern close to the shrine, offered prayers and performed puja at the temple.
He told correspondents he didn't request anything while at the same time supplicating as it isn't his tendency. "God has enabled us to give and not request," he said.
He said may the god-like favor India as well as the entire mankind with bliss, flourishing, and welfare.
"I am blessed to visit the temple on different events," he said while expressing gratitude toward the media for setting aside out effort to visit Kedarnath when the poll procedure is in progress.
The media's quality, he stated, will communicate something specific that the town has been grown well.
Alluding to the progressing improvement works at Kedarnath, Mr. Modi said advancement ought to be a mission wherein nature, condition, and the travel industry ought not to be influenced.
He said he has been exploring the work through video-conferencing.
Mr. Modi achieved the temple town Saturday. Wearing a dim customary Pahari clothing, he offered prayers for around 30 minutes and embraced a circumambulation of the Kedarnath shrine arranged at a stature of 11,755 feet close to the Mandakini stream.