Bangladesh has redecorated two Hindu temples within the nation’s southwest forward of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day go to throughout which he’ll supply prayers there and attend the grand celebrations of the golden jubilee of the nation’s independence and the start centenary of ‘Bangabandhu” Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
In his first journey to a overseas nation because the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Modi will go to Bangladesh from March 26 to 27 throughout which he can even maintain restricted and delegation-level talks with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
PM Modi could be obtained by Ms Hasina at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal Worldwide Airport on Friday morning, sources mentioned.
Throughout his two-day go to, PM Modi is scheduled to go to the Jeshoreshwari and Orkandi temples in southwestern Shatkhira and Gopalganj on Saturday.
“We’ve got made all preparations to welcome him at this historic temple…We count on him to wish for hundreds of thousands of individuals of each India and Bangladesh,” mentioned Dilip Mukherjee, the priest of the Jeshoreshwari Kali Mandir – an historic Hindu shrine situated in Ishwaripur village in Shyamnagar upazila of Satkhira, which now borders West Bengal.
In response to Hindu mythology, the Jeshoreshwari temple is among the 51 Shakti Peeths, scattered throughout India and neighbouring nations.
Data recommend a Hindu king arrange the temple within the sixteenth century.
Forward of his go to to Bangladesh, Modi mentioned on Thursday that he appears ahead to providing prayers to Goddess Kali on the historic Jashoreshwari Kali Temple.
Prime Minister Modi will go to the second temple in Gopalganj’s Orakandi, the abode of lots of of Hindu Matua group, numerous whom are residents of West Bengal.
PM Modi mentioned he’s trying ahead to his interplay with representatives of the Matua group at Orakandi, from the place Sri Sri Harichand Thakur disseminated his pious message.
“In response to the schedule, Prime Minister Modi will alternate views with a delegation of 300 Matua group members after providing ”puja” at Harichand-Gurichand Temple,” caretaker of the temple, Padmanav Thakur, advised PTI.
“We are going to welcome him with ”Dhaak, Shankh, Ulu” consistent with our rituals,” he added.