Put Sharda Committee Kashmir holds Charri Mubarak Yatra as a lot as LoC on Sharda Divas | India Recordsdata
On the ocassion of Sharda Divas, the Put Sharda Committee Kashmir organised a first-rate Charri Mubarak yatra upto white line, which is the last point on Line of Control (LoC), on September 4.
On fable of of the countryside and the relations between India and Pakistan, this region has no longer bought a host of media coverage or even yatri footfall in the contemporary instances.
This year, on the different hand, the yatris had been greeted by E book to Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar. Social Activist Javed Beigh furthermore participated in this match starting with puja on the below-constructing Sharda temple, which used to be adopted by a holy tub on the meeting point of Kishenganga & Qazi nag in Teetwal.
Later, spherical 150 contributors of all faiths participated in a yatra from the Sharda Temple to the Crossing Bridge. To welcome the yatris, some 50 supporters of the Sharda mission from both aspect of the LoC, led by the National Equality Birthday celebration, gathered all over the bridge in Chilhana.
A whole bunch of of us from all over the LoC gathered on Chilhana TCP to welcome the Sharda committee contributors last year as properly.
The Sharda Shrine which is actually apt as a ‘Mahashaktipeeth’ used to be an out of date Hindu temple and a College, as per sources. It now lies in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) in ruins and the last puja took region on the temple in 1948.
Inquire of for rotten-LoC tourism
Reiterating the dedication for rotten-LoC non secular and historical tourism, head of Put Sharda Committee Kashmir Ravinder Pandita entreated the governments of India and Pakistan to alter the laws governing Line of Control permits to comprise rotten-Line pilgrimages.
To prove the places of rotten-LoC pilgrimages, the yatris had been carrying a banner with photos of Sharda Peeth and Dargah Hazratbal and supporters from both aspect of the Line of Control shouted chants in favour of Sharda Peeth’s reopening.