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Chief Minister performed worship in the Hanuman Tekri Temple in Manendragadh

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Prayed for the happiness and prosperity of the state

Raipur, July 1
The Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Thursday worshipped in the Hanuman Tekri Temple in Manendragadh and prayed for the peace, happiness, and prosperity of the state. The priest of the temple, Mr. Shivram Das, said that the idols of Nine-headed Hanuman and a young Hanuman receiving education from the Sun God are present in the Garbhagriha of the temple, while in a cave of the temple there is an idol of Patal Hanuman with Lord Ram and Lakshman seated on his shoulders. The Temple is widely famous. This temple was built by Shri Falahari Baba, the Samadhi of whom is located in the temple premises. It also has a Gaushala for the service of cows and an Ashram for saints. On this occasion, the Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Ambika Singhdev, MLA Mr. Vinay Jaiswal, and Mr. Gulab Kamro were also present.

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