Children To Relish Educational Tour Under Muzrai Temple Tourism Project

Date 2012/11/17 17:17:55 | Topic: Hindu Press International

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UDUPI, INDIA, November 6, 2012 (daijiworld.com): Twenty-five temples in the state have been chosen for the Muzrai Temple Tourism Project. On this account, US$181,000 has been sanctioned to Neelavara and Kota Sri Amritheshwari temple in the district said Muzrai and Udupi district in-charge minister Kota Srinivas Poojary.

He inaugurated the district priests' convention organized by Zilla Dharmika Parishad and Muzrai Temples Priests' Association on Sunday here at Rajangana hall of Shree Krishna Mutt.

In order to give an understanding of the temples to the children, a contract has been made with KSRTC for children's educational tour. To create awareness of our country's culture, family values, epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata among the children, summer camps will be organized in temples, he detailed.

The erstwhile practice of organizing Harikatha, Mahabharata, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana and Pravachanas has been resumed in temples. This will help to uphold the family values, cultural consciousness and make the younger generation to follow the right path, he said.



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