BJP MLA desires ASI to eliminate dargah from Jogulamba holy place
Hyderabad: Amidst the conflict of Gyanvyapi Shiv Ling, a BJP MLA from Telangana has actually increased the concern of dargah in a holy place properties in Shaktipeeth Jogulamba holy place requiring prompt elimination of the non-Hindu spiritual building.
The BJP MLA Raja Singh contacted the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) revealing the concern of dargah in the holy place properties in Jogulamba holy place in Jogulamba Gadwal area.
Raja Singh stated that the Jogulamba holy place is among the old Hindu holy places committed to Goddess Jogulamba, a type of Shakti situated in Alampur of Jogulamba Gadwal area inTelangana
The BJP MLA stated that the holy place was just one of the Maha Shakti Peethas, a team of eighteen (Ashtadasa) temples thought about one of the most substantial temples as well as trip locations in Shaktism as well as lies on the financial institutions of the Tungabhadra river near its assemblage withKrishna River He stated that Jogulamba Temple lay in the exact same facility as that of the Navabrahma Temples, a team of 9 Shiva holy places integrated in the seventh-eighth century.
He remembered, the holy place was consisted of under the PRASAD (Pilgrimage Rejuvenation Advancement Drive) plan of the Government of India in 2019 as well as was being kept by the Archaeological Survey of India,Hyderabad Circle
The BJP MLA stated that the holy place was being seen by the majority of the Hindus around India as it is aMaha Shakti Peetham It is observed that, long back there is a dargah showed up every one of the unexpected in the holy place properties as well as a ‘Kaman’ built over night. But, there was no activity launched by the government divisions for the prohibited advancement right into Hindu spiritual holy places.
The MLA asked for the authorities to consider the issue as well as eliminate the non-Hindu spiritual building and constructions in the old Jogulamba Shakti Peetham properties at the earliest as a token of regard for Hindus in the nonreligious India, as the holy place is being under the control of ASI.