Ujjain News: It has been decided to set another new world record in Ujjain on Mahashivaratri on 18th February. On this day 21 lakh diyas will be lit on the banks of Ramghat. This time Ujjain itself is preparing to break its previous record.
On Mahashivaratri, 11.71 lakh diyas were lit on the banks of Shipra. This time the world’s first Vedic clock is also going to be inaugurated with 21 lakh lamps. On the day of Mahashivaratri, the marriage of Shiva and Parvati is celebrated with pomp. Various programs are organized on this day in the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga temple. Before Shivratri, Shiva Navratri is organized here and for 9 days various programs are organized by decorating Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati separately. On the day of Shivratri, devotees from all over the country and abroad arrive to have a glimpse of the Sehra form of Baba Mahakal.
Last time, making a world record, a record was made in the Guinness Book of World Records for lighting 11.71 lakh diyas simultaneously. After this, Ujjain’s record was broken by lighting 15.57 lakh diyas in Ayodhya on Diwali. Now Ayodhya’s record will be broken by lighting 21 lakh diyas on Mahashivaratri.
Regarding this event, Higher Education Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav prepared the outline while discussing with public representatives and officials. Collector Ashish Singh has instructed the officials to make preparations and has also asked to contact the Guinness Book. It has also been decided that big personalities of national and international level will be called in this event. The final decision on the programs for which the proposal has been prepared will be taken in the meeting to be held with the Chief Minister.
These foreign guests will come
Foreign guests who are said to be invited to the event include Indonesian religious leader Padma Shri Indira Udayana, Britain’s first Hindu Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, South Korean President’s wife Kim Jung Suk, US Indian Vice President Kamala Harris and many others. Is.
Handicraft fair will be organized
Handicraft fair will also be organized from Shivratri to Gudi Padwa. Many products related to Malwa including Malviya cuisine, village industry, forest medicine will be included in this fair. Demonstrations will also be organized at the fair which include Puranas and Vikramaditya, Agricultural Scientists, Vikram Period Mudra and Hanuman.