Jharkhand: Preparations begin in Baba temple for the arrival of President Draupadi Murmu, conch shell will be welcomed


Jharkhand News: President Draupadi Murmu, who is visiting Jharkhand on May 24, will reach Deoghar from New Delhi. Baba will stay in the temple for 40 minutes. During this, apart from welcoming His Excellency with conch shell, worship will be done by pundits with proper chanting. The Baba Mandir administration has already started preparations for the arrival of the President. At the same time, in view of security, to provide relief from the heat to the devotees visiting the temple, orders have been given to open the temporary sheds installed in the vacant places inside the premises. The shed will be put up again after His Majesty’s return.

The temple will be decorated with flowers to welcome

From the VIP gate to the administrative buildings and temples will be decorated with flowers to welcome the President on his arrival at Baba Mandir. At the same time, medical team, trauma center and a safe room will also be arranged in Baba Mandir. Please tell that Draupadi Murmu will be the fifth President, who will offer prayers in the Baba temple. Earlier, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Pranab Mukherjee twice and Ramnath Kovind have arrived as President to worship Baba Baidyanath.

President Draupadi Murmu coming to Ranchi on May 24, will inaugurate the new building of Jharkhand High Court

President Draupadi Murmu will stay in Baba Mandir for 40 minutes

Draupadi Murmu will land at Deoghar airport on May 24 at around 9 am in a special aircraft. After that the President’s convoy will reach the Baba Mandir under tight security and will worship Baba by staying in the temple till 10:15 am. After worship, the President will stay in the Parliament for about 30 minutes. Here, on behalf of the district administration, he will be presented a memento of Baba Mandir, prasad etc. After this, the President’s plane will leave for Ranchi at around 11 am.

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