Pashupatinath Temple: Army Rushed to the Spot after Finding Suspicious Object in Temple

Suspicious Item in Pashupatinath Temple: In Nepal, Lord Bholenath's world-famous Pashupatinath temple was stirred up after finding suspicious item on Friday, after which the army has been called to the spot.
Pashupatinath Temple: Army Rushed to the Spot after Finding Suspicious Object in Temple

A big news came out from Kathmandu, Nepal on Friday that a suspicious object has been found in the world-famous and historic Pashupatinath temple, after which Nepal Police and Army were called to the spot in view of security there, although it was clear It has not been found whether the suspected object is a bomb or something.

According to media reports, it is being told that the suspicious item was found in the temple's gaushala, the police is investigating it, there was a stir after the suspicious object was found from the temple.

Nepal police and army personnel arrived on the spot, it is worth noting that recently a dispute arose on the order of the Nepal government to play the national anthem before Ganga Aarti. The decision to play the national anthem started on the orders of the government has been opposed all the way. The Nepalese government had earlier ordered to start playing national songs before cinema hall public programs and government events, this order also made mandatory for Ganga Aarti. went.

Aarti is organized every evening on the banks of the Bagmati river near the Pashupatinath temple and a large number of devotees participate there. The Pashupatinath Temple is a Hindu temple located in Devpatan village on the banks of the Bagmati River, three kilometers northwest of the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu.

Before Nepal became a secular nation, this temple was considered to be the main residence of the national deity, Lord Pashupatinath. This temple is listed in the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Those who believe in Pashupatinath (mainly Hindus) are allowed to enter the temple premises.

Non-Hindu visitors are allowed to view it from outside on the other bank of the Bagmati River. This temple is considered to be the holiest shrine of Shiva in Nepal. There is a tradition starting from the 15th century King Pratap Malla that four priests (Bhatt) and one Chief Priest (Mool-Bhatt) are kept in the temple from the Brahmins of South India. The festival of Shivaratri is celebrated with special significance in Pashupatinath. is.

Related Stories

No stories found.
Since Independence
www.sinceindependence.com