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PM Modi mopped the Kalaram temple, also appealed to the people to clean all the temples.

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PM Modi cleaned Kalaram temple

Nashik: PM Modi is on a tour of Maharashtra today. PM will inaugurate the Mumbai Trans Harbor Link-MTHL (Atal Setu) today. For information, let us tell you that this is considered to be the longest sea bridge of the country. This inauguration ceremony is to take place at around 4.30 pm. Before this, a video of PM has surfaced, which has become a topic of discussion everywhere. In this video, PM Modi is seen cleaning the famous Kalaram temple of Nashik.

PM took part in cleanliness campaign

Actually, PM took part in the cleanliness campaign at Kalaram Temple in Nashik today. PM Modi himself mopped the Kalaram temple and also appealed to the people. PM Modi first prayed after reaching this temple. After this, by cleaning the premises of the temple himself, he appealed to the people to run cleanliness campaign in the temples across the country.

PM Modi

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PM Modi

appealed to the people

The PM said that I had called upon all of us to clean the pilgrimage places and temples of the country by January 22. Run a cleanliness campaign. Today I have the privilege of visiting Kalaram Temple and cleaning the temple premises. I urge the countrymen to run cleanliness campaigns in all the temples and pilgrimage areas of the country and donate their labor for the sake of Ram Mandir.

The temple is 2000 years old

Kalaram Temple of Nashik is a 2000 year old temple of Lord Rama. Kalaram Temple was renovated in the year 1788 whereas this temple was built between 7th to 11th century of Rashtrakuta period. This temple is situated in North Nashik on the banks of river Godavari. The special thing about this temple is that the idol of Lord Ram in the sanctum sanctorum is made of black stone. Let us tell you that the place where this temple is located in Nashik is called “Panchavati”, it is believed that Lord Rama stayed on this Godavari bank for about two and a half years after completing 10 years during his 14 years of exile.

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