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Birth Place of Bhagwan Parshuram to be developed as ‘Jamdagni Teerth-Sthal’


CM Chouhan at Parshuram Jayanti programme in Mhow (Janapav Pahadi)

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Bhagwan Parshuram had taken a Vishnu Avatar for the welfare of entire society. He gave Shastra and Shaastra Vidhya to the students of all the categories equally. Shri Chouhan was addressing the large gathering in a programme held at Janapav, the birth place of Bhagwan Parshram near Mhow of Indore today. Shri Chouhan stated that Janapav Pahadi will be developed in the form of ‘Jamdagni Teerth Sthal’. He further mentioned that Jamdagni Teerth Sthal will be included in the Mukhyamantri Teerth Darshan Yojana. The hill will be developed as a tourist place and center of reverence. He announced that Gurukul and a large pond will be constructed at the foot of the hill after a scientific survey.

Rivers originated from Janapav hill to be revived

CM Shri Chouhan mentioned that all the 7 rivers originated from the hill will be revived. He made an announcement for approval of an amount of Rs. 12 crore for this work. Shri Chouhan further stated that a sum of Rs. 20 crore has been spent till now to construct road, dharmshala and temple in Janapav.

Bhagwan Parshuram Mandir to be rejuvenated

Member of Legislative Assembly Shri Kailash Vijayvargiya said that funds will be made available without hindrance to develop Janapav pahadi as the center of devotion. Meaningful efforts have been made to develop this teerth sthal during the last 14 years. He further mentioned that the old temple of Bhagwan Parsuhram will also be restored. He informed that a proposal to name the Indore-Bhind express train after the Bhagwan Parshuram will be sent to the railway ministry of the Government of India. This train will be extended to Mhow, he added. Local MP Smt. Savitri Thakur, President Jila Panchayat Smt. Kavita Patidar, MLA Shri Ramesh Mendola, Temple Pujari Shri Badrinath and devotees in large number were present on the occasion.

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