PM will play ‘Shivarchan’ amid the chanting of Vedic mantras | Varanasi News


Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform Shivarchan in the shrine of Kashi Vishwanath temple to mark the opening of the 900 crore Kashi Vishwanath Dham project in the presence of 3,000 religious and spiritual gurus, priests from the sects of Southern Shaivism and South Shivaism. other dignitaries at Mandir Chowk on Monday.
“All the necessary preparations for the opening of KVD, including the flower decoration of the KV temple, Mandir Chowk and other nearby buildings as well as the 400 meter corridor from Lalita Ghat to the temple have been completed,” Shri Kashi Vishwanath Chairman of the Special Zones Development Council Deepak Agrawal told TOI on Sunday.
Regarding the rituals to be performed by Prime Minister Modi, the Chief Priest of KVT Pt Shrikant Mishra said: “After reaching Lalita Ghat, the Prime Minister will go to look for Gangajal and walk towards KVT. The PM will reach the sanctum sanctorum of KVT where he will perform Shivarchan amidst the chanting of the Vedic mantra by three priests to mark the opening of KVD.
From KVT, PM will reach Mandir Chowk to the sound of conch shells and damru beats to address the gathering of seers from different parts of the country including Akharas, Adheenam sect of Tamil Nadu, Lingayats and Veershaiva, religious and spiritual gurus as well as other dignitaries. KVT board secretary and general manager Sunil Verma said seating arrangements for all guests were taken from Mandir Chowk.
Testing of the facade and other lighting devices in and around KVD had started three days ago and officials checked them in person as well as with drone cameras.


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