From Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga temple in Madhya Pradesh Theft case Has surfaced. Where in the night a thief escaped from the temple premises by stealing a donation box. This theft incident was captured in the CCTV installed in the temple. A video of which has also surfaced. Danpeti, the thief who stole and ran away, was found lying on the bridge of Danpeti Kotithirtha Ghat. Money was missing from that.
This incident has raised questions on the safety of the temple. Because security personnel are stationed in the temple premises day and night. Also CCTV cameras are installed. Despite this, the crooks managed to escape with the donation box.
Incident around 2 to 3 pm
Incident according to CCTV 2 to 3 pm Is being told Around 2 o’clock in the night, the thief is seen trying to break the donation box tied with an iron chain in front of the main gate of the temple. When the donation box was not broken, the thief picked him up and fled.
Donation box found on the bridge
In the morning, this donation box was found broken on the bridge of Kotithirtha Ghat. The local people informed the temple administration. On receiving information about the incident, Khandwa Collector Anay Dwivedi immediately reached the spot and ordered the temple trust to investigate the theft of the donation box.
While Dan was lying on the bridge, the police arrived and investigated. Patty’s lock was broken and a chillar was lying. At present, no information has been received about how much money was in the donation box. However, it is being told that there will be a small amount in the donation box, because due to the closure of the temple during the Corona period and the arrangement of sending devotees in queues to enter the temple, only a few devotees have access to this donation box.
As soon as the police came to know about the theft incident in Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga temple, Mandhata police reached the spot. Police say the CCTV appears to be out of Omkareshwar. Because it has not been identified with the local people. The temple is currently under the control of the district administration and the Punasa subdivisional officer is its administrator. Those who have reported the theft to the police.
The special thing is that Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga temple comes under Mandhata tehsil, while the incidents of theft in Mandhata area have been increasing continuously in the last few days. At present, the police have started searching for the thief. Recently, the donation box of Mahanirwani Akhara was also stolen, which was found broken on the new bridge.
Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Complex
Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Complex A Five storey building is. On whose first floor is Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga. There is a temple of Lord Mahakaleshwar on the second floor, Siddhanath Mahadev on the third floor, Gupteshwar Mahadev on the fourth floor and Rajeshwar Mahadev on the fifth floor.
There are many temples in Omkareshwar on both the southern and northern banks of the Narmada. The entire Parikrama Marg is filled with temples and ashrams. Amaleshwar Jyotirlinga sits here on the southern bank of Narmada with many temples.
Both Omkareshwar and Amaleshwar Shivling are considered Jyotirlingas. Here Parvatraj Vindhya had done austerities and after his penance, he prayed to Lord Shiva and said that he should remain stable in the Vindhya region, after which Lord Shiva accepted this. There, the same Onkarling is divided into two formats. Similarly, the Jyoti which was revered in Parthivamurthy is called Parmeshwar or Amaleshwar Jyotirlinga.