26 Jul 2023

Madhya Pradesh: CM Shivraj Will Inaugurate Saint Ravidas Samarsata Yatra In Singrauli on 26 July morning


Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will inaugurate Saint Ravidas Samarsata Yatra in Baidhan in Singrauli on 26 July morning. He was scheduled to inaugurate it on 25 July evening but now the programme will be held on 26 July. However, the Samarsata Yatra has been flagged off from four other places in the state.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will participate in various programmes in Singrauli on 26 July. He will inaugurate the Saint Ravidas Samarsata Yatra at Baidhan and lay the foundation and perform bhoomi pujan of Rehand irrigation project and other works under Vikas Parv at Sarai.

CM will inaugurate Saint Shiromani Ravidas Ji’s Samarsata Rath Yatra from Ramlila Maidan at Baidhan at 10 am. He will also honour the Saints who will take part in the yatra. The soil and water of the Ganges from the birthplace of Saint Shri Ravidas ji will be presented by the Saints to Chief Minister Shri Chouhan.

CM Chouhan will take part in the Mukhyamantri Charan Paduka Yojana sammelan at Government Higher Secondary School premises in Sarai at 12 noon and will distribute benefits to the beneficiaries of various schemes. He will lay the foundation /dedicate various construction works.

Samarsata Yatra started from four places

The Samarsata Yatra of Saint Shiromani Shri Ravidas Ji Maharaj started from four places on Tuesday, 25th July. Yatra was flagged off by Union Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in Sheopur and by former minister Kailash Vijayvargiya in Mandu in Dhar district. Besides, Urban Development and Housing Minister Bhupendra Singh in Balaghat and MSME Minister Om Prakash Saklecha in Neemuch showed the green flag to the yatra.

The Charan Paduka of Sant Ravidas ji will be worshipped in the villages through which the pilgrimage route will pass. During this, by organizing public dialogues, the general public will be informed about the thoughts and message of Sant Ravidas ji and an appeal will be made to follow them.

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