Samatha Kumbh to begin from February 2 to 14 at Muchintal

Samatha Kumbh to begin from February 2 to 14 at Muchintal

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Category : State Published on: February 02 2023

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  • In a move that would offer a rare opportunity for devotees to participate in Kumbh Mela of 108 Divya Deshas (temples), the Samatha Kshetram, located in Muchintal, Shamshabad, of Ranga Reddy district, will be organising ‘Samatha Kumbha Mela’ and Brahmotsavas of 108 Divya Deshas.
  • This event will be held from February 2 to February 14. 
  • It was exactly one year back that Samatha Moorti was inaugurated at the Samatha Moorti Spoorthi Kendram in Telangana by PM Narendra Modi in 2022.
  • On February 5, kalyanotsavam will be held for all the 108 Divya Deshas.
  • The program will commence with the offering of abhisheka to ramanujacharya statue.
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