Temples are the roots of Hindu culture. They are respected and appreciated in the whole country. Every day, thousands of people visit temples in India to worship Gods with purity and love.
However, in India, we can see how gradually temples are being taken care of and widened with corridors. First, the Kashi Vishwanath corridor in Varanasi took devotees’ breaths away, and now the Mahakaleshwar temple corridor is attracting eyeballs of devotees from different parts of the world. The surfaced video is creating buzz over the whole internet.
The newly constructed Mahakaleshwar temple’s corridor is eternal in its own way. The corridor is spectacular, as the hallways and gallery are large and spacious with wonderful design and aesthetics.
Many idols of Lord Shiva adorn the temple. Also, there is a sculpture of Lord Shiva under the water fountain that looks completely divine. The heavenly sight of the corridor is entrancing and will undoubtedly awe devotees with its purity and beauty. The corridor situated in Ujjain is filled with divinity and solace, which will soon allow the devotees to bask in its glory.
The chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, recently visited the Ujjain corridor at Mahakalseshwar temple. He had a conversation with the media, where he announced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would visit the corridor of the Mahakaleshwar Temple on October 11.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited to the Ujjain corridor to inaugurate the corridors of the Mahakaleshwar temple. Chauhan stated that the inauguration of the Ujjain corridor was scheduled earlier, but due to the municipal election and the implementation of the code of conduct, the schedule of the inauguration of the Ujjain corridor was postponed.
The premises of the corridor at Mahakaleshwar temple are still incomplete somewhere, which is commanded to be worked upon and completed soon. Funds worth Rs 700 crores were granted for the expansion and development of the Mahakaleshwar temple. Eight construction projects, which are worth Rs 310 crores, at Mahakaleshwar temple are about to be completed. Plus, the premises are astronomical and divine, which perfectly reflects the Hindu culture.