MLC Kavitha participates in Bonalu celebrations at Sri Ujjaini Mahankali holy place
Hyderabad: MLC K Kavitha on Sunday supplied Bangaru Bonam to the Mother Goddess atSri Ujjaini Mahankali Devasthnam
From Audiah Nagar, the MLC in addition to ratings of females strolled to the holy place as well as supplied Bonam as well as petitions.
“Nither the farmers nor anyone else should incur losses. I prayed for wellbeing of our State,” claimedKavitha
She additionally wanted the health and wellbeing of individuals in flood-affected locations as well as really hoped that with the true blessings of Sri Ujjaini Mahankali they will certainly be risk-free.
She stated that, true blessings of the Goddess are constantly with individuals of Hyderabad as well as Secunderabad as well.
“This wonderful temple has a history of 250 years,” she claimed.
At the holy place, intricate setups were made to make certain followers have a trouble complimentary darshanam of the Goddess.
Four line up lines remained in area with an unique one for females with Bonams.
CCTV video cameras, police band obits as well as various other security setups were additionally made. Drinking water setups were made as well as health camps were additionally established near the holy place.
People began going to the Sri Ujjaini Mahankali Devasthnam given that 4 am as well as by 9 am the tramp raised with ratings of individuals worn conventional outfit thronging the holy place.
Earlier in the day, followers in multitudes begun to mark time at Ujjaini Mahankali holy place in Secunderabad on Sunday early morning hrs to be component of Bonalu celebrations.
Clad in conventional outfit’s as well as lugging bonam offering, the followers originated from various components of the city as well as residential areas.
Minister T Srinivas Yadav supplied the very first bonam to the Mother Goddess in the very early hrs prior to the dawn.
All setups remained in area for the vibrant as well as joyful task. As the numbers swelled, followers developed lines up as well as the police as well as volunteers were seen assisting them.