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He was addressed a meeting after offering prayers at the shrine and unveiling the Adi Shankaracharya statue.,super cup live
Recalling the devastating floods in Kedarnath in 2013 that caused extensive damage, he stated, “people who used to come here used to say that will this, our Kedar Dham, stand up again? But my inner voice was saying that it will stand with more pride than ever before.”,tennis camp markham
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In fact, the theme of reviving cultural and religious centres was echoed by BJP chief J.P. Nadda and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. “With the visit to the Kedarnath temple, Prime Minister Modi has performed a ‘mahayagya’ to re-establish the traditions of ‘Sanatan Dharma’,” remarked Mr. Chouhan, while Mr. Nadda pointed out that Adi Shankaracharya did much to revive and re-establish ‘Sanatana Dharma’ and the Government under Mr. Modi was conscious of it.,uralmoltorg volleyball
tennis camp markham,Mr. Modi reviewed projects worth ₹ 130 crore that had been completed so far ,including the Saraswati Ashtapath, Tirth purohit houses and the Garud Chatti bridge over the Mandakini river. He also laid the foundation stone for projects worth ₹ 180 crore, including the redevelopment of the Sangam Ghat, and a hospital and administrative offices for those managing the Kedarnath shrine.