Simhastha to introduce world with Indian culture and spiritualism

CM Mr. Chouhan takes part in third Peshwai

Procession of Niranjani Akhada comprised elephants, horses and palanquins

cmsimha12.4.16Bhopal, April 12, 2016 (Muslim Saleem):  Chief Mininster sought blessings of saints at Ujjain today. He was accompanied by in-charge Minister Mr. Bhupendra Singh, MLAs Dr. Mohan Yadav, Mr. Shiv Narayan Jagirdar, other public representatives and officers. The Chief Minister along with his wife Mrs. Sadhana Singh visited Char Dham Mandir and sought blessings of Akhada Parishad’s President Sri Narendra Giriji, Mahamandaleshwar Sri Punyanand Giriji, Sri Shanti Swaroopanand, other Mahamandaleshwars, Mr. Mahants and representatives of various Akhadas. The Chief Minister said that Mahakumbh will be a success due to blessings of Lord Mahakal and saints-seers.

Through Simhastha, people of the world will witness Indian culture, spiritualism, history and ancient traditions. Mr. Chouhan urged all saints-seers to pray for Simhastha’s success. Mahamandaleshwar Sri Shanti Swaroopanand Ji said that the Chief Minister has ensured unique and unforgettable works for Simhastha. For this, he expressed gratitude towards the Chief Minister. Akhada Parishad’s President Sri Narendra Giriji threw light on Peshwai’s history, traditions and importance. Carrying Dhwaja, Sri Mahants led grand Peshwai of Mr. Niranjani Panchayati Akhada taken out from Char Dham.

He was followed by Akhada’s principal deity in a silver palanquin and Naga hermits performing stunts with weapons and arms enthusiastically. Naga Sadhus riding 50 white horses were centre of attraction in the Peshwai. They were followed by 50 chariots with music band with Mahamandaleshwar Sri Mahants. About 25 music bands were playing sonorous tunes of Bhajans. Tribal folk dancers also performed. An aircraft showered flowers on Peshwai procession. The chief Minister took part in the Peshwai from Char Dham Mandir upto Harsiddhi road.