Mysuru: Expressing his deep anguish over ethnic clashes in Manipur, Udupi Pejawar Mutt Seer Sri Vishwaprasanna Thirtha observed that it was unfortunate that nothing much was done to contain the crisis in Manipur. Situation has gone out of control in the State, now. But the mutt is ready to intervene and is willing to speak to conflicting groups over there to establish peace in the region.
Speaking to mediapersons here on Monday, the seer said that a letter has been sent to the Central government explaining the mutt’s willingness to establish peace in the region. If the Centre allows, the mutt is ready to talk to conflicting groups, affirmed Udupi Pejawar seer. The seer is on his Chaturmasa Vrata at Krishnadhama in Saraswatipuram, Mysuru.
The seer further said that the dream of building Ram Mandir has been achieved in Ayodhya and now the time is to have ‘Ramarajya’. Work on Ram Mandir is going on in full swing in Ayodhya and in all probability, devotees will be able to see ‘Lord Ram’ idol by Sankranti. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited for the occasion, he informed.
Ram Mandir in Ayodhya
The seer further said that now that the dream of Ram Mandir is materialised, now everyone wishes to see ‘Ramarajya’ kind of administration in the country. “It would be possible if everyone inculcated at least one quality of Lord Rama and contribute to the society in their own way. For, serving Lord Rama is serving the nation. Helping the needy and downtrodden in their own way is nothing but serving Lord Rama,” said Pejawar seer.
The seer emphasised that every district must have Go Shala and the mutt is working towards it. “Today, people here are not hesitant to commit any crime. Violence is being glorified everywhere, while people in foreign countries hesitate to take law into their own hands. It is unfortunate that people here are not abiding by the law,” the seer lamented.
State Hotel Owners Association Vice-president Ravi Shastri, Hotel Owners Credit Co-operative Society chairman Subrahmanya R Thantri, Mysore District Journalists Association president S T Ravikumar, General Secretary M Subramanya, Secretary Rangaswamy, State committee member B Raghavendra, executive committee members Shivamurthi Jupthimutt, R Krishna and Machamma Mallige and senior journalist Mugur Nanjundaswamy were present.
– Team Mysoorunews