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Sai Baba’s idol will be dressed in woolen clothes and lamps will be lit on Ram Utsav.

Kaushambi – Cold wave and cold continue throughout North India. Due to this, life is in trouble. Meanwhile, in Kaushambi district of Uttar Pradesh, efforts to save God from the cold have also started. On Tuesday, the idol installed in Saidham temple located in Manjhanpur was dressed in woolen clothes. The idol of Sai Baba was covered with a woolen shawl and then he was made to wear a woolen cap and wear a crown. As per the daily routine in the temple, Aarti of Sai Baba has also been performed as per the rituals.

 

President of International Sai Seva Trust, Smt. Sushila Dwivedi Advocate said – At present, cold wave is going on and to protect from it, we wear woolen clothes, similarly the consecration is done to the statue also. Due to which Sai Baba was dressed in woolen clothes to protect him from cold and then he was worshipped.

 

Krishna Dutt Divedi, Chief Trustee of International Sai Dham Trust, said that, among the 11 words of Sai Baba, one of them is that he had said that he should always be known as alive. On the basis of that, we consider them alive and dress them in woolen clothes to protect them from cold.

 

On the arrival of Ram Lala at Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22, a grand lamp lighting program has been organized at Sai Temple Manjhanpur.

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