In the temple, special pujas and prayers are performed in front of the chief minister’s statue twice daily, morning and evening. Prasad is also distributed to the devotees after the puja.

Ayodhya: A temple dedicated to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has come to light in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya district. Yogi Adityanath is installed as an avatar of Lord Rama in this temple in Purva village near Bharatkund. In the temple, special pujas and prayers are performed in front of the chief minister’s statue twice daily, morning and evening. Prasad is also distributed to the devotees after the puja.

Bharatkund is believed to be the place where Rama was bid farewell by his brother Bharat before he went into exile. This temple was built by Prabhakar Maurya, a resident of Ayodhya. In 2015, Maurya vowed to worship the person who would build the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Shri Maurya said that he used to recite slokas in front of Yogi Adityanath’s statue every day just like he did for Lord Rama. He revealed that his friend from UP’s Barabanki district made an idol of Yogi Adityanath in the likeness of Rama in two months. It is known that around ₹ 8.5 lakh was spent on the construction of the temple.

Temple For Yogi Adityanath

A BJP worker built a temple for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Pune last year. He said that after becoming the Prime Minister, Modi has done a lot of development work. Mayur Munde, the builder of the temple, said that he decided to build this temple in his own land as the person who built the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya should have a temple.

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