Enhancement and Infrastructure Upgrades at Shiv Khori Aim to Improve Yatris’ Convenience: J&K LG

From generation to generation, the people here have been blessed by Lord Shankar and due to this the entire area has been transformed into a supernatural realm. It has also been said in our scriptures that whenever a person worships Shiva or comes to Shiv Khori that person becomes free from all bondages, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha. Everyone who visits Lord Shiva becomes available to the living. And his life becomes a worship in itself. The spiritual energy of Shiv Khori has a different aura and the entire Reasi district of J&K is proud of it. On one hand the blessings of Mata Vaishno Devi give new energy to the people. On the other hand, Lord Shankar through all his divine powers is doing welfare of Jammu and Kashmir and of the whole world. I pray to Lord Shankar that your journey and wishes come true, LG said speaking about the yatris to Shiv Khori temple. Shiv Khori will get new civilisation, divinity, and vibrancy in the coming times. Protection of cultural and historical monuments is going on. Experts are working on the improvement, beautification, upgradation of Shiv Khori. They are doing the work of upliftment of infrastructure of the temple. Special attention is being paid to the convenience of yatris, LG said. Broadly speaking, an effort is being made to cover the entire region. Tirupati Devasthanam temple has been built in Jammu. The construction work of Shankaracharya’s oldest temple is going to start there. Efforts are also being made so that more number of people can reach this temple of Shiv Khori Mahadev, LG said. With these steps, the administration is trying to increase tourism not only in Kashmir but also in Jammu. That day will not be far away when tourism will play a big role in Jammu’s economy, said the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.

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