Union Home Secretary Amit Shah said on Monday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had written a “golden chapter” in the history of Indian culture by launching the first phase of the Corridor Project. Kashi Vishwanath temple.
Thanking Modi on behalf of the country, the minister said devotees will be able to have a better “darshan” of the historic Varanasi temple complex after the redevelopment.
“Kashi, the city of Baba Vishwanath, has been a shining symbol of Sanatan culture for centuries.
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“Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji wrote a golden chapter in the history of Indian culture by launching the great form of Kashi Vishwanath dham while recreating his unique dedication to religion,” Shah said on Twitter.
He added that Modi “has done a unique job to rekindle the pride of the religious centers of culture in Sanatan, as a bearer of Indian culture and protector of religion.”
“Today is a day of great joy and pride for every Indian,” he said.
With this inauguration, “devotees from all over the world will be able to worship Baba Vishwanath directly after paying homage to Mother Ganga and they will also have a proud sense of the divinity and greatness of Kashi Vishwanath dham,” said he declared.
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