Mewar: Krishna Dham Shri Sanwalia Ji of Mewar in Rajasthan has an offering of crores every year. The temple's donation box was opened on Krishna Chaturdashi on Tuesday and received Rs 4.93 crore in cash and several gold and silver items. The counting of notes will continue today. In addition to the notes, an iPhone made of silver has also been found in the donation box.
Devotees have also given their vows o Sanwalia Seth. Devotees also offer offerings with reverence on the completion of the vow. The donation box is opened every month by the temple committee. The counting of rupees then takes 6 to 10 days. Last month, the donation box received an offering of Rs 7.39 crore. The temple gates remained closed for devotees on Krishna Chaturdashi and will now be opened on Thursday. Shri Sanwalia Ji Mandir Mandal President Kanhaiya Das Vaishnav said that after Rajbhog Aarti, Bhandara was opened at 11.30 am and then the donation vessel was counted by evening.
4 crore 93 lakh 14 thousand rupees have been received from the same store. At the same time, 5 dollars have also come out. After Rajbhoj Aarti on Saturday evening, counting of notes started in the presence of Shri Sanwalia Ji Mandir Mandal President Kanhaiyadas Vaishnav, ADM and CEO Ratan Kumar Swami of Mandir Mandal. About 150 people were present for the counting. 68 lakh 82 thousand 191 rupees as cash and money order from the temple divisional office and the gift room.