CM Pushkar Singh Dhami visited Shri Sapteshwar Mahadev Temple and visited Lord Shiva, made various announcements for the development of the district.

On Saturday, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami visited Shri Sapteshwar Mahadev Temple located in Champawat and visited Lord Shiva. Worshiping Lord Shiva on the auspicious occasion of Shivratri, the Chief Minister wished for peace, prosperity and prosperity of the state. During this, while addressing the people present, the Chief Minister extended hearty greetings and best wishes to all the people of the region and the people of the state on the occasion of Mahashivaratri. He said that on the auspicious occasion of Mahashivaratri, it is a matter of good fortune for me that I have got the privilege of doing Bhoomi Pujan for the reconstruction of Lord Sapteshwar Mahadev Temple today as the chief servant of Devbhoomi. He said that no one comes to this holy center of faith where the seven sages did penance, it is because of Mahadev’s blessings that I have reached here. He said that the dream that Baba Bhairav Giri, who established the Sapteshwar ancient temple, had seen today is going to be fulfilled in the form of a grand and divine reconstruction of the temple, in the future also the government is making many plans for this, whose The regional people will definitely get the benefit. He informed that the work of construction of 7 km road for Sapteshwar is going on by the government, after its completion, this place which is full of magnificence and divinity will definitely move towards development. He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the flag of Sanatan culture is hoisting all over the world and countries all over the world are getting acquainted with our ancient culture and its ultimate glory. He said that our religion has never talked about “Swa” ie self, it has always talked about “Sarva” ie everyone, this is our specialty, that’s why we say “Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah”. This is the reason why even after thousands of years the world bows down to our beliefs, culture and beliefs. He said that we should not deviate from the path of our religion and should always try to protect and promote our eternal culture, which is our eternal culture. He said that while the spirit of cultural nationalism has rekindled in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the other hand, our state government is also determined and committed for the reconstruction and restoration of the ancient temples of Uttarakhand. He said that Uttarakhand is considered to be the land of Mahadev spiritually and religiously. This is the reason why the mountainous areas of Garhwal division are called Kedarkhand, considering them as the land of Lord Kedarnath, while the mountainous areas of Kumaon division are called Manskhand, considering the land of Kailash Mansarovar. This is the reason that along with developing the temples of Kedarkhand, we are also moving forward in the direction of developing the Manaskhand Corridor, under which Kumaon’s Golju Temple, Patal Bhuvaneshwar, Kot Bhramari, Gurugorakhnath, Mau Purnagiri, Devidhura, Kainchidham, Many temples including Bal Sundari have been taken up in the first phase and other temples will be taken up in the second phase. For this, we are preparing a master plan and are working accordingly. It is a matter of pride for us that our tableau based on the Manaskhand Corridor got the first prize in the Republic Day Parade. He said that he is determined for the development of Champawat district, for this purpose, for the quick solution of the problems of the public in the district headquarters and Tanakpur, CM. Camp office has also been opened. The government is continuously working in mission mode to make Champawat a model district. Soon this month, a meeting has been proposed regarding development works in Champawat. He said that funds have also been allocated for the beautification of Sipti water fall. Along with Champawat, the work of taking the entire state forward is going on continuously.

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