Gurugram, 3 November (HP)
The world’s first Golden Jagannath Temple will be built in Millennium City Gurugram. It will cost Rs 121 crore and will take 5 years to build. The foundation stone of the temple was laid in Sector-15 Part-2 on Friday. This temple symbolizes the dedication of Sri Sri Jagannath Seva Sangh towards spreading eternal cultural and moral values among the youth.
Speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of the temple, Bharat Vikas Parishad’s National Organization Secretary and RSS pracharak Suresh Jain said that this divine initiative is not just a construction of stone and gold, but is also a nurturing place of Sanatana values and Indian morality. PK Samal and AP Malik are contributing in the construction of the temple. The ceremony was attended by MP Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Dean of Colleges of Delhi University Professor Balram Pani, outgoing Mayor Madhu Azad, Dharmendra Singh, former Odisha BJP state president Sameer Mohanty, Principal Commissioner of IT, Delhi Prafulla Kumar Prasti, Bikanerwala founder Navratan Agarwal, Vaibhav Shastri, grandson of late Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, was present. Shri Jagannath Seva Sangh Jagannath Temple Director PK Samal described today as historic and said that the Golden Jagannath Temple is going to become a symbol of our devotion and cultural pride, which will inspire the coming generations. Jagannath Temple is the life of Orissa and Jagannath is the leader of this world. Everywhere, in every direction, people are with Jagannath. Temple Chairman AP Malik said that with a cost of Rs 121 crore and a construction time of 5 years, this temple will be an excellent pillar of devotion and architecture. Temple Secretary Prabhakar Samal highlighted the Haryana Government’s acceptance of temple construction to match the North-South and East-West philosophy. With the promise of the world’s first stone and gold temple, the Golden Jagannath Temple is set to become an important monument for years to come.