‘Aurangzeb’ is still in pain due to his bravery… CM Yogi in Pune remembered Chhatrapati Shivaji – cm yogi adityanath in pune said aurangzeb is still in pain due to shiva ji bravery
Sadhus and saints welcomed Yogi Adityanath
Earlier, Yogi Adityanath was warmly welcomed by the saints and sages who had come here from all over the country and congratulated him, calling him the hero of the construction of Shri Ram temple. Yogi Adityanath honored Swami Govind Dev Giri by gifting him Angavastra and the idol of Lord Ganesha. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also released a souvenir based on the life of Swami Govind Dev Giri. Shankaracharya Vijayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamakoti Peeth specially honored Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath by dressing him in Angavastra and providing him Prasad.
This is an opportunity to express gratitude towards Govind Dev Giri: Yogi
Had read Gyaneshwari in childhood and wanted to come to Alandi since then: Yogi
Yogi Adityanath said that he had a desire to visit Alandi for a long time. He has got the good fortune of coming here on this occasion. Yogi told that he had read Dnyaneshwari in his childhood. At the age of just 15, Pujya Dnyaneshwar Ji Maharaj did the work of showing a new path to the devotees by preaching Dnyaneshwari. In just 21 years, Pujya Dnyaneshwar Ji Maharaj had done the work of spreading the spirituality of India across the globe by taking Sanjeev Samadhi.
Maharashtra is the land of enthusiasm and bravery: Yogi
Yogi Adityanath said that the people of Maharashtra are very fortunate. The power arising from devotion here has been hurting the enemies. Samarthguru Ramdas ji had provided guidance to Chhatrapati Shivaji from here. During that period, while challenging Aurangzeb’s power, he was left to suffer and die in such a way that till date no one is questioning him. It is a land of enthusiasm and bravery, because it is the land of revered saints. The devotees here have taken the respect of the revered saints to new heights. The result of this is that power also moves with them.
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