Second ‘Maharashtra Mandir Parishad’ will be organized to bring together temple trustees, priests and devotees to preserve the divinity of temples through performing ritualistic worship in temples, conserving ancient temple culture, solving various problems of temples, and protection of traditions followed by temples. Read more »
In addition to implementing the dress code in the temples, it was decided to make the temple area clean and spiritually pure. This would be achieved by making the temple premises free of meat and liquor. It was decided to fight legally for this cause during the meeting of the core committee of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh. Read more »
After Nagpur and Amravati it has now been decided to implement a dress code in over 16 temples. The resolution was passed in the State-level ‘Maharashtra Temple-Trust Conference’ held at Jalgaon. Read more »
considering the constitutional religious rights of Hindus, the tradition of ringing the Mahaghanta in Shri Shani temple should be resumed. An appeal with this demand was made by ‘Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangha’. Read more »
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