Karnataka CM Yediyurappa to open queue complex at Udupi mutt

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The queue complex, named 'Vishwa Patha' is a newly built route to take the 'darshan' of Lord Sri Krishna.

 

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa will visit the Sri Krishna mutt at Udupi on January 18 to inaugurate the newly built queue complex for devotees.

The queue complex, named 'Vishwa Patha' is a newly built route to take the 'darshan' of Lord Sri Krishna.

The entrance for the temple will begin from a wooden chariot, followed by the Madhwa Sarovara pond.

Admar mutt, presently holding the biennial 'Paryaya' title and the right to offer worship at the Sri Krishna temple, has organised various cultural and religious programmes as part of the fifth centenary celebrations of the 'Paryaya puja' system of the Ashta mutts of Udupi.

As per the report, the programmes will begin Saturday and culminate on January 23.

Devotees can take blessings of the Lord before the 'Swarna Gopura' and visit the 'Bhojana Shala' to get prasadam and then exit the temple.

As part of the programmes, a procession will be held from Jodukatte to the Sri Krishna mutt on January 18, carrying the books of Madhwa Acharya and Sri Vadiraja.

An eight-day exhibition-cum-sale of rural products has also been arranged in which Madhubani art of Bihar, Mithila art, Manjusha painting, wooden sculptures, clay models will be displayed.

 

With inputs from Agency

Image credit: New Indian Express
 

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