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H.H. Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji | | Hon’ble Shivrajji leads Green pledge During 1st Kshipra Aarti
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Hon’ble Shivrajji leads Green pledge During 1st Kshipra Aarti

Apr 27 2016

Hon’ble Shivrajji leads Green pledge During 1st Kshipra Aarti

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Honb’le Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhanji, with the inspiration of Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, with the blessings and in the divine presence of Junapeethadheswar Acharya Mahamandleshwar Swami Avdheshanand Giri Ji Maharaj, renowned Ram Charit Manas exponent Pujya Morari bapu Akhada Committee’s Secretary Pujya Swami Hari Giriji Maharaj, Pujya Swami Harichetanandji Maharaj, Pujya Mahamandleshwar Sadhvi Naisargika Giriji and Pujya Raghumuniji Maharaj inaugurated the Maha Kshipra Aarti.

Thousands of devotees gathered on both the sides of the sacred River Kshipra, at Datt Ghat and Ram Ghat to seek blessings from the divine mother.

During the Aarti a mass pledge was led by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of MP to keep the River Kshipra clean and green as everyone raised hands with the echoes of Jai Maa Kshipra and Jai Mahakaal.

Pujya Acharya MM Swami Avdheshanandji said, “We cannot save our rivers and other water resources unless we take a pledge to increase our awareness towards the creation of a Clean & Green environment.”

Pujya Morari Bapuji shared, “This is not just a Kshipra Aarti but the Param (ultimate) Aarti. The greatest form of worship and reverence as it bring all ghats together and everyone together to pledge and serve Maa Kshipra.”

Pujya Swamiji inspired all to ensure that during their pilgrimage to the sacred festival they would never pollute the sacred waters or the sacred land by open defecation, rather would be sure to use a toilet instead, and that no waste and garbage of any kind would pollute the river. He said by keeping the river in its natural state, pristine and free-flowing, we are doing the true Aarti or the true pooja. He also encouraged everyone to plant at least one tree in the memory of their green pilgrimage.

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