5.25 cr Parthiv Shivlingam to be created during Simhastha

Ujjain : Bhumi pujan of the camp of Devprabhakar Shastri ‘Daddaji’ was held near Indore-Nagda new bypass at Toll Plaza in Simhastha area on Tuesday. Several programmes including Maharudra Yajna, Maharudrabhishek and creation of 5.25 crore Parthiv Shivlingam will be organized at the camp during Simhastha Fair.

Foundation of the camp was laid in the gracious presence of Akhada Parishad presient Narendra Giri, Daddaji, actor Ashutosh Rana and senior Congress leader Mahavir Prasad Vasishtha. Mayor Meena Jonwal, Municipal Commissioner Avinash Lavania, Municipal Speaker Sonu Gehlot, Leader of Opposition Rajendra Vasishtha, former Education Minister Rajkumar Patel, Praveen Vasishtha, Alok Vasishtha, Parmanand Sharma and others were present. 108th Parthiv Shivling Creation Event will be held from May 3 to 9 at Simhastha. 5.25 crore Shivlingam will be created during a week. Devotees from all across the nation will visit the camp.

Daddaji informed that his Guru Kalpatre had asked him to create 108 Parthiv Shivlingam as Guru Dakshina. With his inspiration, the first event was held in Jabalpur in 1980. Since then 107 Parthiv Shivlingam Creation Programmes had been organized. More than 400 crore Parthiv Shivlingam have been created. The record has been booked in Golden Book of World Record. The objective behind the event is to bring back the youths who have tended towards western culture. About 70 percent youths have joined the event of Shivlingam creation. To create a Parthiv Shivlingam is an evaluation of birth, life and death.

Daddaji also told to take a resolution to prevent the rivers from polluting. He would take an initiative on the occasion of 108th Parthiv Shivlingam Creation Event that only a flower would be accepted instead of a garland. It is seen that people throw garlands in the river and pollute it.

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