Let the society have the strength to digest the effects of drought, said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
Lord Shiva had digested the poison at that time. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis expressed the view that the Taponusthan of Shivilag Shivacharya Maharaj should give strength to the society to digest the halal of drought.
Dr. He was speaking at the closing ceremony of Shivonilag Shivacharya Maharaj’s 79th Shravanmas Taponusthana. The Chief Minister said that in the pre-independence period, it was customary to perform taponusthan for the prosperity of the country and society. Shivalag Shivacharya Maharaj, who is a centenarian, has performed this ritual by maintaining the same tradition. It is a wonderful thing for a person to do such a great work and guide millions of followers along with himself. Mahatma Basaveshwar did a great job of creating an egalitarian society when the nature of religion was ritualistic and it was owned by a handful of people. The same tradition Dr. Shivilag Shivacharya Maharaj has continued. Veershaiva is a big cult of the society and this initiative is creating positive energy in the society. There are many medicinal plants on Sanjeevani Island. He also assured that the projects undertaken in the near future would have the full support of the Government of Maharashtra and the expectations of the people of the area would be met. He said that a committee of ministers headed by Vijay Deshmukh has been formed for the demands of the society and a decision will be taken as soon as the report is received.
At the beginning, Zilla Parishad Vice President Annasaheb Patil made an introduction. MP Sunil Gaikwad delivered a timely speech. The book ‘Paramarahasya’ written by Shivilag Shivacharya and a CD based on the life of Maharaj were also published by the Chief Minister. MP Sunil Gaikwad, MLA Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar, Sudhakar Bhalerao, Vinayak Patil, former MLA Govind Kendra, Ganesh Hake, Nagnath Nidwade, Adv. Annarao Patil, Ramchandra Tiruke, Pandurang Pole, Dinkar Jagdale, Pratibha Patil Kavhekar, etc. were present.