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Special Pooja at Kudroli Temple during Dasara to seek divine intervention against Yettinahole

Special Pooja at Kudroli Temple during Dasara to seek divine intervention against Yettinahole


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Oct 5, 2015 :  B Janardhana Poojary, former union minister and the rallying force behind the renovation and development of the Shree Gokarnanatha Kshetra at Kudroli in Mangaluru has informed that special prayers and poojas would be offered at the shrine on October 13, 14 and 15 during the Dasara celebrations seeking divine intervention to drop the controversial Yettinahole Project.


Janardhan Poojary


Janardhan Poojary


Janardhan Poojary


Poojary who spoke to reporters at a press meet convened at the Temple Auditorium on October 5, Monday said  prayers  would be offered to  the divine to convince the CM and other leaders so that they would abandon the project.

Poojary also said  Brahmakalashotsava ceremony will be held at the Kshetra during this year’s Dasara celebrations  to mark the   completion of 25 years of the Temple’s Renovation as well  as Mangaluru Dasara.

Poojary informed that Mangaluru Dasara will be celebrated this year from October 13 to October 24 and added the idols of Goddess Sharada and Navadurgis will be installed on October 13.  Brahmakalashotsava ceremonies will be held from October 14 to 16, he said and added that  a Hore Kanike procession will be taken out from Nehru Maidan to the Temple on October 14.

Poojary while welcoming the Chief Minister’s decision to backtrack from his earlier decision against celebrating Mysore Dasara in a grand manner owing to drought conditions, said if Dasara is celebrated grandly, tourists would visit in large numbers and this in turn would generate more revenue to the state.

He said the Mangaluru Dasara celebrations will conclude with a grand Shobhayatra on the evening of October 23.

During this occasion, Poojary also reiterated his earlier demand to offer reservation facility to the poor belonging to Brahmin, GSB and other upper caste categories.

H S Sairamn,  President of the Temple Management Commtitee,  Raghavendra Kulur, Leelaksha Karkera, Harikrishna Bantwal,  BK Taranath, Padmaraj R and other committee members were present.


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