By Shivani Kapoor - September 24, 2022
Patna16 minutes ago
Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a visit to Kishanganj on Saturday, the second day of his Bihar tour. After the BJP core committee meeting, he went straight to the Budhi Kali temple. Amit Shah temple worshiped in the temple for about 15 minutes. attended the aarti. After taking the blessings of the pundits, he left the temple. Amit Shah is the first Home Minister of the country to visit this temple. The Muslim Nawab had given land for this temple.
After the worship in the temple, Amit Shah has left for the Indo-Nepal border. Here he will hold a meeting with BSF officers on border security. The Home Minister will also interact with the jawans and will also have dinner with them in the afternoon.
Shah will visit BOP Fatehpur in SSB CAPS and inaugurate BOP buildings at Fatehpur, Pekatola, Beriya, Amgachi and Raniganj. From 3.30 pm to 5 pm, he will participate in the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. After this, at 5.50 am, you will leave for Delhi from Chunapur airport in a special plane.
Amit Shah worshiped at Kali Mandir for about 15 minutes.
Muslim Nawab donated the land for the temple
Amit Shah is the first home minister to offer prayers at the Budhi Kali temple. This ancient temple is an example of Hindu-Muslim harmony. Its history dates back to 1902. The land of this temple was given by Nawab Asad Raza.
It is said that no one who takes refuge in this temple returns empty handed. People consider it as Jagrut Mandir. Devotees also offer sacrifices here when their wishes are fulfilled. Special Nishi Puja is performed here on Kartik Amavasya. Pundits of the same lineage have been worshiping here from the beginning.
People standing outside their homes to see Shah.
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