Ujjain News: International water conference is going to be held in Ujjain from 27 to 29 December. On this occasion, the country’s first water pillar is going to be installed here. The hymns of the four Vedas will be engraved with silver workmanship on this 13 feet high pillar made of stones. Through this, the message of water conservation will be given to the people. Mohan Bhagwat, the chief union director of the Swayamsevak Sangh, is going to unveil this pillar.
During this, a seminar based on Panchamahabhutas is also going to be organized by the Union Ministry of Jal Shakti, Madhya Pradesh Jan Abhiyan Parishad and Pandit Deendayal Shodh Sansthan. In Indian tradition it is believed that there are five elements present in our body. Which includes water, fire, air, earth and sky. It is very important to protect them, that is why seminars are being organized at the international level.
Baba Mahakal i.e. Bholenath loves water very much, so a seminar based on water element is going to be organized here. Water experts, scientists and spiritual leaders are going to present their views and research in this seminar. During this exhibition and documentary films based on water conservation and conservation will also be screened. On the other hand, the country’s first water pillar will be established by the Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee.
According to the temple committee, a 13 feet high and 2 feet diameter stone pillar will be installed. On which 60 kg silver will be offered. The hymns of the four Vedas will be engraved on this silver cover. Along with Sanskrit, their meaning in Hindi will also be mentioned here. This is being done with the aim of making the devotees coming to visit the Mahakaleshwar temple aware of water culture and motivating them for water conservation and promotion. The design of this pillar has been prepared by architect Nitin Shrimali.