Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu today participated in the three-day “Maha Yajna” (Shant) being held after 36 years at Gavas in Rohru assembly constituency of district Shimla and paid obeisance at the temple of deity Gudaru Ji Maharaj and prayed for happiness and prosperity of the state. On this occasion, the Chief Minister congratulated the people of the area and said that the Dev culture of the state has its own distinct identity and people have deep faith in deities.

Pratibha Singh Extends Greetings For Maha Yajna In Rohru
Pratibha Singh Extends Greetings For Maha Yajna In Rohru

This Maha Yajna is a symbol of the ancient culture of the state, he added. The Chief Minister stressed the need for the preservation of the traditions and cultural heritage of this hilly state. He said that the State Government was committed to the preservation of the ‘Dev Sanskriti’ and rich culture of the State and exhorted the people to come forward to conserve them. He said that Himachal Pradesh was known for its rich cultural legacy since times immemorial.

Earlier, the local people accorded a warm welcome to the Chief Minister. Thousands of people from the area have arrived to participate in the Maha Yajna. Seven deities and 13 Khunds of Rohru and Jubbal area are taking part in the Yajna. Congress State President and MP Pratibha Singh, Education Minister Rohit Thakur, Public Works Minister Vikramaditya Singh and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Mohan Lal Brakta also greeted the people of the area for the Maha Yajna and welcomed the Chief Minister. OSD to the Chief Minister Col. Kuldeep Singh Banshtu and Ritesh Keprate along with Deputy Commissioner Aditya Negi and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Pratibha Singh Extends Greetings for Maha Yajna in Rohru

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