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Wednesday, October 12, 2022

PM Modi unveils ‘Mahakal Lok’ corridor in Ujjain

 PM Modi unveils ‘Mahakal Lok’ corridor in Ujjain

The induction was done following the rituals and chanting of shlokas and mantras. 
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the recently developed Mahakal Lok corridor at Mahakaleshwar tabernacle in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain mega city. The induction was done following the rituals and chanting of shallows and mantras by over a hundred Hindu foreseers. 

PM Modi’s statement 

 After the induction, PM Modi said, “ church is contained in every flyspeck and godly energy is being transmitted in every corner of Ujjain. 
 Ujjain has led India’s substance, knowledge, quality, and literature for thousands of times. ” 

 He further said “ Innovation comes with addition. India is revamping what it had lost in the period of slavery. India is revamping it and restoring its glory. ” 
 “ During the Azadi Ka AmritKaal, we broke the impediment of colonialism moment, artistic destinations across India are seeing each- around development. For the first time, Char Dhams are being connected with all- rainfall roads, ” he added. 

 PM Modi’s conditioning at Mahakaleshwar Temple 

 Before unveiling the corridor, PM Modiperformed puja at the tabernacle. 

 Accompanied by CM Chouhan and Madhya Pradesh Governor MangubhaiC. Patel, he took a round of the 900- cadence corridor after the induction. 
 The Prime Minister also complimented Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for his fidelity topdressing expansion of the Mahakaleshwar tabernacle. 

About the Mahakal Lok corridor 

 The Mahakal Lok corridor, measuring further than 900 measures in length, was erected at the cost of around Rs 850 crore. The premise has been designed with different incorporation of Lord Shiva and the walls and poles of the structure have been inscribed with shlokas/ mantras defining Shiva. 
 It’s one of the largest similar corridors in the country. Two massive gateways – Nandi Dwar and Pinaki Dwar – separated by a short distance, have been erected near the starting point of the corridor. 

 It has colorful highlights including a galilee of 108 ornate pillars made of intricately sculpted sandstone, gushing cradles, and a handling panel of further than 50 showpieces depicting stories from the ‘ Shiv Puran ’. 
 The corridor is anticipated to boost Madhya Pradesh’s tourism.

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