14 temples of Maharshi Vyasnagari Yaval to implement sattvik dress code for devotees

Decision by temple trustees in a meeting organised by the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh

Trustees and devout Hindus in the meeting

Yaval (District Jalgaon) : The Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh organised a taluk level temple trustee meeting at Maharishi Vyasnagari Yaval in Maharshi Vyas temple hall here. The objective of the meeting was shared by by Mr Neelkanth Choudhary (Satapuda Nivasini Shri Manudevi Mandir Secretary, and member, Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh), Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav of Sanatan Sanstha spoke on the ‘necessity of dress codes in temples’, while Jalgaon District Coordinator of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh Mr Prashant Juvekar spoke on the ‘need to preserve temple culture’. Trustees of 14 temples present in the meeting announced their decision to implement the dress code in their temples. Te meeting was attended by temple trustees of over 35 temples in the taluka.

President of Maharishi Vyas Mandir Mr Pramod Gade and his fellow trustees assisted in organising the meeting. It was attended by temple trustees from various villages of Faizpur, Hingona, Hambardi, Bamanod, Chunchale, Dahigaon, Amoda etc. The attendees also decided to hold monthly meet-ups.

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