Jammu and Kashmir News
After assuming the charge of the President of J&K Dharmarth Trust, IAS B R Kundal recently visited Tualmulla, the abode of Mata Kheer Bhawani and took stock of the arrangements being made for the devotees for the forth coming Mela on the eve of Jaishth Ashtami.
B R Kundal was accompanied by a team of the trust and discussed the facilities that are to be provided to the devotees for the Mela. While interacting with the Staff, Kundal directed them to ensure that appropriate arrangements are put in place for the smooth conduct of upcoming Kheer Bhawani Mela, so that the devotees do not face any inconvenience. Thousands of devotees from within and outside the State come to join the festival and seek the blessings of Mata Kheer Bhawani.
Later B R Kundal along with the team went to Mata Jawala Ji temple in Khrew Kashmir where they took stock of the construction work. It may be recalled that this revered temple was gutted in a fire incident. Dharmarth Trust, along with Jawala Ji Reconstruction Committee, had started the reconstruction work which has been completed now, the team was informed that the construction work has been completed and the final touches will be completed before the ensuing Jwala Ji Mela. The team went round the temple complex to oversee the construction work.
Mr Kundal also visited Shree Shankracharaya Temple in Srinagar which is under the management of J&K Dharmarth Trust too. He offered prayers and latter on interacted with the devotees and also had meeting with the staff of the temple trust. He directed the staff to ensure proper facilities.
He also visited Ram Mandir Barbar Shah and directed the Additional Secretary to immediately prepare the estimate so that renovation of the temple can be started.