Tikamgarh: Kundeshwar temple and roads will be illuminated due to installation of solar power plant
Two solar power plants will be installed at the cost of lakhs of rupees
temple courtyard will be illuminated with attractive lighting
Tikamgarh. Naiduniya Representative
With the installation of solar power plant in Kundeshwar temple at a cost of lakhs of rupees, not only the entire temple complex and ground lighting will be lit up, but the electricity has been installed on both sides of the main road from Kundeshwar to Mahendrasagar Talab Bypass. There will also be attractive lighting on the pillars, so that thousands of visitors coming here will not have to face any problem. Due to the same lighting, the shade of Kundeshwar temple will also be unique and the movement of domestic and foreign tourists will also increase, the same local residents will also get employment.
Road from Kundeshwar temple to Mahendrasagar Talab bypass road located at district headquarters. Electric poles have been installed at a cost of Rs. Now only the underground wire is left to put on these poles along with the bulb. But there was a problem in this that an employee would also have to be appointed to turn the lights on and off, the same bill of lakhs of rupees would also come every month, which would be borne by the Kundeshwar temple committee, and if the same sequence If this continues, surely the temple’s treasury will also be empty, due to which a proposal was now passed that a solar power plant should be installed for the smooth operation of this light. Earlier, only one plot was proposed to be set up in the Kundeshwar temple, the cost of which was about 8 to 9 lakh rupees, and due to the installation of a plant, it is not possible to get the light of the main road other than the temple. Due to which it was decided in the meeting of Arpana Dharmasetu Loknyas that apart from the MLA fund, the cooperation of the Janpad Panchayat fund should also be taken so that the temple and the road can be illuminated by the light here.
President of Arpana Dharmasetu Loknyas Nand Kishore Dixit said that along with the Kundeshwar temple, the fair complex and the attractive lighting on the electric poles already installed on both sides of the road from Kundeshwar temple to the by-pass road of Mahendrasagar pond. outline is being made. And to reduce this cost, solar plants should be set up from MLA fund and district fund at a cost of lakhs of rupees so that there will be no problem of any kind in future. He said that one plant has been proposed to be set up in the rear part of Kundeshwar temple, while another plot will be established between Kundeshwar and Tikamgarh on government land. He said that in this regard, the regional MLA has also informed the collector by writing a letter.
there will be no problem in traffic
from district headquarter to Kundeshwar temple. Thousands of devotees reach for the darshan of Mahadev. Not only this, there is an increase in the number of devotees on Mondays. But due to darkness on the main road, it is difficult for the devotees to come and go. But now the devotees will not have to face any problem due to the lighting on both sides of the road.
Kundeshwar temple is famous in the whole region. is. It is said that Lord Bholenath himself is here only. Thousands of years ago, where there is a temple of Lord Shiva, there used to be Tekri i.e. hill. And when the woman residing in Vasti was grinding rice in Okhli, only then Lord Shiva appeared here in Okhli itself. Since then its name was Swayambhu Bhuteshwar.
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