PM will do Bhumi Pujan of Sant Ravidas temple on August 12, know whether there will be anything special?

Rakesh Chaturvedi, Bhopal. Between the mission 2023, a grand temple of Ravidas ji, the great saint of harmony, is going to take shape in Bundelkhand, Madhya Pradesh. To lay the foundation stone of this temple to be built with an amount of more than 100 crores, BJP is also going to organize the biggest political demonstration in Bundelkhand so far. In the second week of August, on one hand, the Prime Minister of the country will perform Bhumi Pujan of the temple, and on the other, there will be a gathering of lakhs of Scheduled Caste people from across the state. On the other hand, in the election season, there is a lot of politics going on in the state regarding the preparations to help the Dalit voters.

The foundation stone of the world’s largest temple of Saint Shiromani Ravidas Maharaj will be laid on August 12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform Bhumi Pujan for the temple at Sagar in Madhya Pradesh. Its preparations are going on so extensively that for the construction of the temple, a handful of soil and water from every river will be collected from every village of the state. Soil will be collected from 53 thousand villages.

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this is the preparation

  • Sant Ravidas temple will take shape in eleven acres at a cost of more than 100 crores.
  • Yatras are being organized at five places of the state for the construction of the temple.
  • Yatras will pass through 53 thousand villages of 46 districts of the state.
  • A handful of soil from every village and water from every river will be collected.
  • In between the yatras, public dialogue will be held at 244 places.
  • All the five yatras will reach Sagar on August 12.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform Bhoomi Pujan with soil collected from across the state and water from rivers.
  • Lakhs of scheduled caste people will be included in the program from across the state.

If the scheduled castes are seen from the political point of view in the state, then there are about 80 lakh Dalit voters in the state. Their percentage in proportion is about 17.7 and out of 230, 35 seats are reserved for the Scheduled Castes. Now in 2023, who will get how many seats out of 35, this equation is the center of all the politics regarding the Dalit class.

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