PM Modi had to pay Rs 990 to meditate in this cave near Kedarnath temple...Video
PM Modi also meditated in a sacred cave built in Kedarnath. Seeing the Prime Minister taking a spiritual recluse here, people have started to talk about this cave in Kedarnath
New Delhi, May 19: Ahead of polling for 59 seats in 8 states including Varanasi in the Lok Sabha elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Baba Kedarnath.PM Modi also meditated in a sacred cave built in Kedarnath. Seeing the Prime Minister taking a spiritual recluse here, people have started to talk about this cave in Kedarnath. So, we will tell you some important facts related to this spiritual cave.
The history of this cave is not too old. After assuming the responsibility of Kedarnath Vikas Dham, PM Modi had issued instructions to make this cave. Its name is Rudra Cave. The cave was built last year. It's built at a height of 12250 feet, which can be used by devotees.
This cave is the property of Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam. If you want, you can get an entry in this cave by giving only 3000 rupees. This fare is valid for staying in the cave for three days. Per day charges for living in this cave is only 990 rupees.
All the amenities are available in this cave created for meditation and spiritual peace. This cave is equipped with all amenities such as toilet, electricity, telephone and Garhwal Mandal Vikas Corporation is only a dial away if you need any assistance.
You can order food, snacks, tea and dinner with ease, sitting in this cave. The entrance to Kedarnath has been opened for the devotees. If you want, you can book and arrange a stay in the cave by visiting Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam website.
PM Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. The pictures clicked from these venues are going viral and are also garnering a lot of criticism from the Opposition which says that this is a violation of the model code of conduct.
News24 Bureau with Agencies
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