Pilgrimages: Visit of Mizoram Governor KVD; Pilgrimages contribute to the economy, says | Varanasi News

Varanasi: Mizoram Governor Haribabu Gampambatti has said that the tradition of worshiping multiple deities in the Sanatana tradition leads devotees to undertake pilgrimages to various places to worship their gods. These pilgrimages fulfill countless needs and thereby contribute to the economy. Development is national progress’. Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Foundation in association with India Think Tank held a seminar on Thursday at Trimbakeshwar Auditorium in Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Complex. In his address, he said that the temple economy creates jobs, boosts business. development, and extends benefits to all sections of society. Expressing his admiration for Sri Kashi Vishwanath, the Governor suggested forming partnerships with tour operators from every state in India to offer tour packages covering various destinations in Uttar Pradesh. He suggested integrated tourism options involving nearby mountains, waterfalls, vast water bodies and other religious sites to attract more pilgrims to Khasi. During the welcome address, Praj Bhushan Ojha, Member of Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Trust, underlined the hope. The consecration of any deity idol around the world is not complete unless a copy or part of the Kashi is installed in the Kashi. This belief led to the installation of replicas of Puranic temples in the city, including the Duvadash Jyotirlingam, 51 Shakti Peedhams and four Thalams. Furthermore, it is widely accepted that intellectual achievements are not recognized unless they are recognized by the learned society of Kasi. An eminent scholar, Prof. Janardhan Madhav Rathe, explained the greatness of Kashi and the development of Sri Kashi Vishwanath Dham (Porch). . Temple Trust members, Acharyas, Vedic scholars of Banaras Hindu University, Viswa Bhushan Mishra, Chief Executive Officer of Temple Trust, Saurabh Pandey, Director of Indian Council of Thought participated in the seminar. Following the seminar, the Governor called on the Vice-Chancellor of the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies (CIHTS Deemed University) Saranath, Professor Wangchuck Dorje Negi. A discussion was held between India think tank CIHTS VC, Saurabh Pandey and the official knowledge partner of the department. Dharmarth Kariya UP on the concept of the proposed Vedic Science Center at Naimisharanya. CIHDS already offers a course in Medical Astrology, which is of great interest to the upcoming Naimisharanya Institute. The VC expressed his willingness to cooperate and facilitate in all possible ways the noble cause of exploring Vedic wisdom for the benefit of the nation and humanity in general. Also, VC kindly offered to explore and utilize the rich library and resources of CIHTS.

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