Kakran (Kulgam), July 16 (Scoop News)-Hundreds of Kashmiri Hindu devotees today thronged the ancient and historical temple of Mata Katyayani at village Kakran in Kulgam district on 2nd Annual Mahayagya organised by All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee (APMCC) after reconstructing the four temples within the complex.
Kashmiri Hindus alongwith other Hindus from other parts of the country reached Katyayani temple on July 15 when the Mahayagya began while the Purna Ahuti was performed on July 16 where hundreds more joined them besides some dignitaries from the state and central administration.
According to King Bharati, National Spokesperson APMCC, the Katyayani Temple is like a jewel in the crown of APMCC achievements since 2005 as it is not only one of the biggest temples that APMCC has reconstructed, but is also the most beautiful one.
Bharati who is the native of village Kakran said that team APMCC was working on different fronts to restore all the temples of Kashmir Valley to their original glory.
It may be recalled that the first Mahayagya was organised at Mata Katyayani temple in Kakaran village in October 2012 during which Murti Sthapna took place. The temple which was completely damaged was reconstructed by APMCC.
Prominent among those who attended the function include Capt Narayan Singh, the person who had originally constructed the new temple three decades back, Vinod Pandita,Yoginder Singh Jamwal, Mahinder Singh, Ravinder Pandita, Secretary APMCC, Chand Ji Bhat, Ashok Singh, Sohan Singh, all of APMCC.
Among official dignitaries who attended include Pankaj Kumar Srivastav, CO 18th Bn CRPF, Adl DC Kulgam, SSP Kulgam and other dignitaries.
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