Former Mahant of Kashi Vishwanath temple said - Sai idols should be removed from temples with respect, the resolution passed

Former Mahant of Kashi Vishwanath temple said - Sai idols should be removed from temples with respect, the resolution passed

Former Mahant of Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Patron of Sanatan Dal, Dr. VC Tiwari said that there should be no idol of Sai in Kashi temples. The mahants and servants of the temple are requested to take out the idol of Sai respectfully from the temple premises. The Vedic laws of Sanatan Dharma do not permit this at all.

On Monday, a resolution was passed to take out the idol of Sai respectfully from the temple. During the meeting at the Mahant residence in Tedhineem, Dr. Tiwari said that in order to separate the faithful Sanatan Dharmars from their origin, the conspirators propagated and propagated Chand Miyan as Sai Baba.

One should not worship dead human beings by setting up an idol in any temple. In Hinduism, apart from the five gods Surya, Vishnu, Shiva, Shakti, and Ganapati, only their forms can be worshipped. One can only worship one's guru or parents in human form, but that too is personal.

In such a situation, take out the idol of Sai as soon as possible from the temples. This proposal was supported by the state president of Central Brahmin Mahasabha and the state in charge of Sanatan Rakshak Dal, Ajay Sharma, Pt. Vachaspati Tiwari, Himanshu Raj, Abhishek Mishra, Bhanu Mishra, Mahesh Upadhyay and the Mahants of many temples.

The idol of Sai in Hindu temples irreligious
Swami Jitendranand Saraswati, General Secretary of All India Sant Samaj said that one who has faith and reverence should worship him. If someone wants to worship by making his own temple of Sai, but secretly the idol of Sai in Hindu temples is irreligious and invalid. Sant Samaj does not support this, but it does not mean that we should belittle someone's faith and faith.

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