The influx of devotees started in Yogi's temple, a devotee offered a quarter-kilogram silver umbrella

The influx of devotees started in Yogi's temple, a devotee offered a quarter-kilogram silver umbrella

Ayodhya is similarly known as the holy land of the Ram temple. However, a temple of Yogi Adityanath has been built a few kilometers away from Ayodhya. Now the temple is getting an influx of devotees. The name of the person who built the temple is Prabhakar Maurya. A few days ago, Prabhakar Maurya claimed that he had built this temple for 8 lakhs. Worship lessons have also started in the temple. Nearby people constantly come to the temple to worship. The distance of this temple from Ram Janmabhoomi temple is 25 kilometers. The idol of Yogi Adityanath is installed in the temple. Morning and evening worship is done and aarti is performed.

At the same time, offerings have also started in the temple. National President of Navnirman Sena Amit Jani reached Yogi Adityanath's temple. After worshiping the idol of Yogi Adityanath, he also offered a silver umbrella of 1.25 kg. Amit Jani is also said to be a supporter of Yogi Adityanath. He claimed that as soon as we got to know about this temple, we could not stop ourselves and came here. Amit Jani said that the way offerings are made to Sanyasi, Sadhu, or any deity, in the same way, offerings have been made here. Jani also targeted Akhilesh Yadav. He said why are they getting irritated with this temple?

Not only this, it was claimed on behalf of Amit Jani that even the supporters of Akhilesh Yadav can build Tipu Madrasa Islamia or Aurangzeb Madrasa in his name. Let us tell you that Yogi is shown in this temple in the incarnation of Rama. The idol of Yogi Adityanath has also been given a bow and arrow in his hand. Apart from this, the circle is also visible behind them. Prabhakar had claimed that Yogi Adityanath is propagating Sanatan Dharma, so for him, he is no less than God. He had told us that we have built a temple of Yogi Adityanath Ji because he is building a temple of Lord Ram.

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