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A massive fire breaks out in the Mahakal temple in the month of Sawan

Ujjain: A fire broke out in the courtyard of Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh at around 10pm on Thursday evening. However, the fire was brought under control in time, which prevented a major accident. Omkareshwar temple attendants and security guards moved quickly and brought the blaze under control with fire extinguishers and water.

According to reports, preparations are underway for Nag Panchami at the Mahakaleshwar temple. Due to which a temporary bridge is being built here. The cylinder caught fire around 10 p.m. Thursday while welding the gas. For this reason, cardboard papers and plastic bottles lying a little away from Omkareshvara temple were burnt. At the news of the fire, Omkareshwar temple guards and temple security personnel rushed to the scene and brought the blaze under control. The sudden incident of arson in the night had created a panic situation.

Lord Mahakal’s ride is released every year in the month of Sawan-Bhadau and in this order, a total of six riders will be released this year. This time, Baba’s palanquin must be taken out of the traditional course. For about two years the ride was removed from the modified route due to Corona, but this year there is talk of taking a ride from the traditional route.

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