New Delhi: Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman and MD Mukesh Ambani on Thursday visited Badrinath and Kedarnath shrines. Here he worshiped Lord Shankar with full rituals.
Mukesh Ambani donates Rs 5 crore
According to the information, industrialist Mukesh Ambani has donated five crore rupees to the Badri Kedar temple committee during his visit. Temple and public welfare works will be done with this money. Let us inform that India’s well-known industrialist Mukesh Ambani reached the Badrinath temple earlier on Thursday morning. Then went to Kedarnath temple from here.
#WATCH | Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani visited Badrinath Dham and Kedarnath Dham today. He performed puja at both temples. The industrialist donated Rs 5 crores to The Badri-Kedar Temple Committee (BKTC) pic.twitter.com/DTrX4eCPvv
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Had darshan like a common devotee
During this time, the temple committee also presented a garland of Tulsi, which was used in the decoration of Lord Badri Vishal, to Mukesh Ambani. After reaching the assembly hall of Badrinath temple, Mukesh Ambani, like a common devotee, had darshan of Lord Badri Vishal and meditated for some time in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Mukesh Ambani had also visited Lord Badrinath earlier. Every year he visits the religious place.
With heavy police deployment at both the places, local public representatives and members of the temple committee were also present with them. He went on foot to the temple premises. During this, a large number of police personnel apart from his personal security guards were seen escorting him on the way.
There was also a crowd of people towards the corridor leading him to the temple to see them. Local public representatives and members of the temple committee were with them with heavy police changes at both the places. He went on foot to the temple premises. During this, a large number of police forces and their personal security guards were seen with them on the way. There was also a crowd of people towards the corridor leading to the temple to see them.