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The priest is not allowing the villagers to enter the 400 year old Ram temple, you will be surprised to know the reason

Nita Yadav

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The villagers have complained to the collector about the temple priest.

There is a temple of Lord Shri Ram in Kadodaya, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. This temple is about 400 years old. The priest of this temple has banned the entry of villagers for almost two months. The villagers have complained to the collector about this. Collector Neeraj Kumar Singh says that the villagers have met me regarding this problem. He has also given me an application. I have instructed the concerned authorities to investigate the matter.

Rudra Pratap Singh, who came to complain to the Collector, said that there is a temple of Lord Shri Ram in Kadodia. Priest Ashok Das has been worshiping the Lord in this temple for years. The temple is old, so the villagers want to rebuild it. But temple priest Ashok Das is against it. The situation is such that the villagers are not allowed to enter the temple for the last two months.

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Villagers standing outside the temple

Villagers said that regular worship and aarti are done in the temple. But all this happens behind closed doors. People reach the temple, but do not see God. He just stands at the temple gate and listens to the Lord’s aarti. They bow down at the temple entrance and return.

Such is the condition of the temple

The walls of this approximately 400 year old temple are raw. The upper part of the temple is also dilapidated which may collapse anytime. During the rainy season, water drips even on the statue of Lord Shri Ram. The villagers have deep faith in the temple. The villagers say that the temple of their deity should be magnificent, that is why they want to rebuild it.

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Ram Mandir is in this condition

About 50 villagers have complained to the Collector about Pujari Ashok Das. A memorandum has also been given to him in this regard. The villagers told the collector that the temple has about 50 bighas of land. The priest’s family not only uses this land, but they have also started using the temple premises as their home.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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