Morena Shani Mandir: Due to Shani Maharaj sitting on Aiti mountain in Morena district for thousands of years, a large area including Gwalior Chambal is called Shani’s influence area, devotees come from far and wide to visit this Shani temple established by King Vikramaditya. Due to being on the mountain, there is a lack of many facilities, which are being completed, the regional MP and Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh started it today by performing Bhumi Pujan at the entrance of the temple.
Let us tell you that lakhs of devotees come to visit the Shani temple located on the Aiti mountain, with a view to beautifying the Shani temple, a plan has been made to expand it. Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar performed Bhumi Pujan of the main gate of the Shani temple, on this occasion, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that it is a matter of good fortune for everyone that since ancient times Lord Shani is sitting on this land of Chambal, on the Aanti mountain. Apart from Shanishchari Amavasya, lakhs of devotees reach here on every Saturday as well.
He said that we all know that lakhs of people come for Shani darshan, along with facilities for the devotees, some changes are necessary. That’s why Bhumi Pujan has been done for the main gate of Shani temple, it will be grand and very beautiful. The development work of the circumambulation route of the temple is also being done and along with this, plans are also being made to complete other important structures, for the beautification of the Shani temple, the corridor of the temple will also be made.
Shani Gate has been constructed just above the sanctum sanctorum of the Shani temple, the water coming out of the temple premises will also be released into the pond under the culvert. The crowd of people visiting the temple is increasing day by day, after the construction of the main gate, plans are being made to develop the circumambulation route. Only stone will be used in preparing the new form of Shani temple, steel will not be used so that its ancient grandeur remains.