Kushinagar: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath landed by helicopter at Kushinagar International Airport at around 11.35 am on Saturday. Where the people's representatives welcomed him by presenting him with a bouquet of flowers. From the airport, the CM's convoy reached Kushinagar Mahaparinirvan Temple by road and visited the temple there. He inspected the ongoing preparations for the PM's arrival.
Chief Minister Yogi worshipped the idol of Lord Buddha. He also inspected the preparations. Thereafter, his convoy reached Kushinagar Mahaparinirvana Temple via Gopalgarh Tiraha via a bypass route from Bairiya Crossroads via the airport. There, then, 20 minutes of tour near the helipad and checked the arrangements. Talking about the PM's programme at the auditorium of The Myanmar Buddhavihar, Collector S. Rajalingam said that after getting down at the helipad, the main Mahaparinirvana temple will reach the gate by car, wherefrom the gate the temple will go to the temple following the archaeological rules.
At the same time, he will offer special puja to the lying idol of Lord Buddha in the temple. A group of five Buddhist monks will be present in the temple at the time of offering Chivar. It will be attended by the President of the Monks' Association AB Dnyaneshwar, Monk Nandka, Monk Nandka, Monk Mahendra, Monk Nandaratan, and Monk Ashoka. The collector said that the PM will meditate in the temple itself for two to five minutes. Due to this, all the monasteries and monasteries will also donate Chivar to the Buddhist monks. There is confusion about when the PM will reach the Mahaparinirvan temple. According to the report, the PM's special aircraft will land at Kushinagar International Airport at 9 am on May 16.