The delegation expressed their gratitude to the CM for the 10 acres that the government has reserved for the building of samadhis for Braj’s sadhus. After several years of campaigning, the request for a sadhu burial ground has finally been granted.
The CM told the delegation that he is working on increasing tourism to Braj and is developing the area because, when people visit the place of Sri Krishna’s lilas, they become more devoted.
The delegation included Mr. Uma Shakti, Pethadishwar Swami, Ramdevand Saraswati, Mahant Fuldol Bihari Das, Mahant Chundamani, Captain Harihar Sharma from Vishwa Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Foundation) and Sanjay Chauhan.
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