Today, the whole of India has been plagued by the Corona epidemic. Everywhere there are reports of deaths due to lack of health facilities. People are running from one state to another for help. There is a shortage of medicines somewhere and oxygen.
In such a critical situation, not only the central or state governments are planning to deal with the epidemic, but many other institutions are also engaged in helping the victims on their own. In the same sequence, various temples of different states have come forward to help the Corona infected. Some helped by donating boxes, while others made the temple complex a Kovid center.
Before we List of temples Keep it in front of you today, one thing to keep in mind is that the Leftists take these temples on their target during normal days. We take objection to the recitation of Dharma-Karma occurring here. They question the donations received. But when the time of crisis comes, these temples come forward to help the people with selfless spirit.
Let us know the names of those temples, who have really moved forward in the time of this crisis in the role of a troubleshooter:
Mahavir Temple of Patna: Mahavir Temple at Patna Junction in Corona Crisis to provide free oxygen to the infected Has come forward From today i.e. 30 April, the work of oxygen distribution has started online here. Last year too, the Mahavir temple helped the common man in the midst of corona infection.
Jain community temple in Mumbai: Recently the Jain community temple in Mumbai was converted into Kovid 19 Center. 100-bed pathology here Labs were created. Last year, more than 2000 patients were treated here after being converted to the Kovid Center of the same temple.
Shree Swami Narayan Temple of Mumbai: In view of the deteriorating condition of Mumbai, this temple was converted into Kovid Hospital some time ago. The temple chief assured that the treatment of the treatment here would be taken care of by the temple committee.
Saint gajanan temple of maharashtra: Sant Gajanan Maharaj Temple, located in Shegaon of Buldhana district in the state, is the largest in the state Is one of the religious centers. Here, separate isolation complexes of 500-500 beds have been built for corona suspects and patients. It has a community kitchen that prepares food for 2,000 people. This food is given to everyone for free.
Swami Narayan Temple of Vadodara: 500 beds have been arranged in the temple for Corona patients. All the saints and saints from there are busy in the service of the patients. The temple administration has said that the kovid bed number will be increased if needed.
Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi: Temple administration Has announced That medicines will be distributed to corona-infected people. This will benefit the low income group. The temple administration has released the budget on this. In the first phase, 5000 medicine bags are ready. A suggestion slip is also being given in it.
Puri’s Sri Jagannath Temple: The temple administration has decided to convert its Nilachal Bhakta Niwas into Kovid-19 Care Center. The 120-bed facility will also serve as a dedicated center for officials associated with the corona virus-infected temple.
Pavan Dham Temple of Kandivali, Mumbai Has once again built its four-storey building equipped with 100 beds Kovid-19 Quarantine Changed to center. Out of 100, 50 beds are equipped with an oxygen concentrator unit, oximeter, pulse meter, portable BP equipment, monitor machine. Additionally, more than 50 medical staff including 10 doctors are stationed at the facility.
ISKCON Temple: Free for pregnant women, elderly living at home, children and corona patients from ISKCON temple Food will be arranged. A special kitchen has been started by the temple for this. On one call, the temple will deliver this food for free. A helpline number 9717544444 has been issued by ISKCON.
Radhaswami Satsang Vyas of Indore: It has been made the second largest Covid Center in the country in the Corona Crisis. It has been named “Maa Ahilya Kovid Care Center”. The 600-bed center has also made good arrangements for the entertainment of the patients. If required, a maximum of 6000 beds can also be arranged here. 10 large LEDs have been installed in its premises, in which the IPL will be telecast along with Ramayana, Mahabharata.
Ram temple in Ayodhya: In view of the Corona crisis, ‘Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra’ announced the setting up of an oxygen plant. The trust will bear the expenses of Rs 55 lakhs. This oxygen plant will be set up at Dasharatha Medical College.
Tirupati temple: The name of the Tirupati temple is often at the top of the list after the charity. This temple is in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. Last year in the Corona crisis, there was a system to accommodate migrant laborers here.
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple: Last year, in the battle with Corona, the Srisambaba Institute Trust of Shirdi announced financial assistance to the state government to combat the corona virus. Trust in Chief Minister Relief Fund 51 crores rupees It was decided to give.
Siddhivinayak Temple: Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai raised Rs 10 crore to Maharashtra government in view of Corona crisis last year has helped. 5 crore was given for corona and 5 crore for Shiva food.
Maa Mahamaya Temple of Chhattisgarh: Mahamaya Mandir Trust Committee in Chief Minister Relief Fund, 5 lakh 11 thousand last year in the ongoing war of infection Donated money. The purpose of the temple behind this donation was to help the infected.
Sarangpur Hanuman Temple: The famous temple, located in Gujarat’s Botad district, last year shifted its hospice to a 100-bed hospital for corona virus patients Had changed.
Kali temple located in Siddharthnagar, U.P.: In view of the seriousness of the Corona crisis, this Kali temple built in Dumariyaganj last year gave its entire donation to the eligible administration Was handed over. The special thing was that this charity was not open for the last 6 decades. But the temple gave a new example by giving it to the administration to deal with the time of the epidemic.
Famous Gorakhnath Temple of Gorakhpur: Last year, a kitchen was run for financially weak people in the temple. The temple also operated hospitals in Gorakhpur and Balrampur’s Tulsipur for the treatment of virus victims. Apart from this, Gorakhnath Peeth and some related institutions and Maharana Pratap Shiksha Parishad also contributed Rs.51,00,000 to the ‘PM Care Fund’ and ‘Chief Minister Relief Fund’ till now.
Somnath Temple: Last year, a donation of Rs 1 crore was made to the CM Relief Fund by the Srisomnath Trust headed by former CM Keshubhai Patel of the state to deal with the corona situation.
Ambaji temple of Gujarat: Ambaji Temple also donated 1 crore rupees in CM Relief Fund. The temple has also eaten in the lockdown affected areas Had to deliver.
Mata Mansa Devi Temple in Panchkula: On April 21 last year, 10 crore rupees were given to the Corona Relief Fund by the famous Mata Mandir temple in Haryana.
Rani Satti Temple of Rajasthan : Isolation facility of 200 room in Rani Satti temple of Rajasthan last year Was prepared.
Mata Vaishno Devi Temple: Non-gazetted staff of Maa Vaishno temple located in Katra, paid their 1 day salary to the State Relief Fund Had donated. At the same time, 2 days salary was donated by the gazetted staff. Apart from this, there was also the work of distributing ration kits to the needy in Katra Basti on the instructions of the Board Vice President. The blessing complex was given by the Shrine Board to the district administration, which had a place to put 600 beds.
Kanchi Math of Tamil Nadu: Kanchi Math gave Rs 10 lakhs to the PM Relief Fund and also to the CM Relief Fund last year. 10 lakh was donated. Apart from this, there were also prayers to overcome the epidemic.
It is worth mentioning that we have only given you the names of a few temples which have got media coverage since last year or they came in the discussion due to social media. Apart from these, there are many Hindu temples located in the country and abroad, who are constantly trying to help the state administration and the common people to deal with Corona.