Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday unveiled a 16-feet tall statue of Lord Hanuman in Somnath city of Gujarat after providing prayers on the Somnath Mahadev temple.
He additionally inaugurated the ‘Somganga distribution facility’ of the Somnath temple to filter the Ganga water supplied to Mahadev at Somnath temple and provides it as prasad to the devotees in packed bottles.
The minister then launched an internet portal of the Somnath Trust to facilitate devotees to do on-line reserving of slots for providing prayers on the temple, to make donations, ebook rooms, and take stay darshan of Somnath Mahadev day by day, amongst different issues.
Amit Shah, who’s a trustee of the Somnath Trust, supplied prayers on the temple and later unveiled the statue of Lord Hanuman close to the Samudra Darshan Path. He additionally inaugurated a complete of 202 ‘Maruti Haat’ retailers on the Samudra Darshan Path, a launch mentioned.
“Amit Shah inaugurated the Somganga distribution facility in the temple and unveiled the statue of Shri Chandeshwar. A plant has been installed to purify the water used to anoint Lord Somnath, pack it in attractive bottles and arrange for distribution,” it mentioned.
Shree Somnath Trust has additionally made preparations to supply stay darshan to devotees from all around the nation and overseas via a digital platform. The new web site has been designed to be informative and user-friendly, it mentioned.
Maruti Haat retailers have been constructed by the Somnath Trust at a price of Rs 1.80 crore alongside the Samudra Darshan Path with the intention of offering employment to native individuals, the discharge mentioned.
The 16 ft statue of Lord Hanuman has been put in by the Trust on the seaside for guests to take selfies with the statue, it added.
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