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CM Yogi, who reached Mathura in UP, saw Banke Bihari. He then left to meet Saint Gyanananda.
- In the evening he will attend the Yamuna Aarti to be held at Deorah Baba Ghat.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has reached Kanha’s city of Mathura on Sunday. The Chief Minister first saw Bihari Ji after landing on the helipad. After worshiping, he left to meet Gyanananda Maharaj and the people of the Sant Samaj.
Darsial, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived in Vrindavan on Sunday morning to take stock of the preparations for the Kumbh 2021 and to meet the religious leaders. After reaching Vrindavan, the Chief Minister went directly to the Banke Bihari temple. CM duly worshiped here. Brajesh Goswami served the temple. After stopping for about 15 minutes at the temple, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath left for Krishna Kripa Dham, the ashram of Sant Gyanananda. The Chief Minister will meet the saint here and have food at the ashram itself.
Inauguration and foundation stone of 95 projects of 411 Karad
According to the information, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will stay in Vrindavan for about 6 hours. During this, he will first see Banke Bihari ji. After this, his convoy will reach the ashram of Saint Gyananand ji. Where after some time he will reach the Tourist Facilitation Center. Here he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stones of 95 projects worth 411 crore. District Collector Navneet Chahal told that all preparations have been completed. Tight security arrangements will be made.
The tradition of Vaishnava meeting in Vrindavan
There is a tradition of meeting Vaishnavas in Vrindavan before Haridwar Kumbh. This meeting lasts for 40 days. Only after this, the people of Sant Samaj and their akharas depart for Haridwar. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is coming to attend this meeting and inaugurate it. To participate in this event, the saints associated with the country and abroad and the akharas are reaching out to participate.
Vaishnav saints meeting to be held on 16 February in Vrindavan
Young artists from Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Nagpur are engaged in the work of decorating the Vrindavan Parikrama Marg. These artists have created pictures related to Krishnilila on the trees, which are attracting those who pass on the circumambulation route.
From February 16, Kumbh meeting of Vaishnava saints is going to take place in Tirthanagri Vrindavan. Earlier on February 14, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is also coming here. For this, the work of decorating Vrindavan is being done on a large scale.