– Photo: Amar Ujala


The gates of the Sharda temple at Teetwal, located close to the Line of Control in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, have been opened for devotees from today. On Wednesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed virtually on the occasion. The Home Minister extended best wishes to the countrymen as well as the people of the state for this.

He said that on this day the new year begins and on this day the doors of the Mata Sharda temple have been opened for the devotees. He has not been able to reach the valley today. But when he comes to the valley in future, he will definitely come here to visit the mother.

Amit Shah said in his address-

– The idol of the mother has been established on the first day of Navratri itself.

This step is not just a reconstruction of the temple, but a beginning of the discovery of Sharda civilization.

– It is believed to be the ground-breaking beginning of knowledge that connects the consciousness of the individual with the infinite consciousness of the universe.

At one time, Sharda Peeth was considered the center of knowledge in the Indian subcontinent.

Scholars from all over the country used to reach here in search of scriptures and spiritual knowledge.

Adi Shankaracharya himself should come here. He also made satutis to worship the mother.

Sharda script is named after the mother’s name.

It is one of the super power backs. According to our legends, the right hand of Sati fell here. And the nectar that came out after the churning of the ocean was also brought here. The two drops that fell from that were established here in the form of idols.

Today is a moment of pride and satisfaction for the followers of Sanatana Dharma.

There has been a demand that like the Kartar Corridor, Sharda Peeth should also be opened for pilgrimage soon. Government of India will make efforts in this direction. There is no doubt about it.

The peace that has been established after the abolition of Article 370. He has worked to take the valley and Jammu once again to their old traditions.


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