108 temples in Gujarat to have 'Hanuman Chalisa' recitation on loudspeakers every day

Ahmedabad: Hanuman Chalisa will now be administered by installing loudspeakers in temples in Gujarat. Hanuman Chalisa will be used in 108 temples in Vadodara, the third-largest city in the state, and loudspeakers will be used to perform aarti twice a day. According to a media report, the initiative has been launched by Mission Ram Setu, a local organization in the district.

The loudspeaker distribution program was launched on the first Monday of the month of Shravan at Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple in the Kalaghoda area of Vadodara. Commenting on the initiative to distribute loudspeakers, Ram Setu Mission Chief Deep Agarwal said, "The purpose of installing loudspeakers is to ensure that devotees take advantage of listening to Hanuman Chalisa, Aarti, and other devotional songs sitting at home. In fact, in the wake of the corona epidemic, many government guidelines and restrictions are asking people to avoid visiting temples or crowded places.''

Apart from the office-bearers of the organization, some BJP leaders including city president Dr. Vijay Shah, city general secretary Sunil, and Jaswant Solanki were also present at the event. Deepak Agarwal said, '78 temples had registered themselves with us to get loudspeakers. The distribution of the next lot has started from Wednesday. It will provide one loudspeaker in small temples and two loudspeakers to large temples. The news was shared by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on its Facebook profile.

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