Artifical rain to relieve people of summer heat

For the first time, ‘Kanwarias’ (Shiva devotees) will get respite from scorching heat courtesy artificial rain through shower bars and ‘cool paint’ on the road approaching the temple complex.

Published: 28th July 2018 03:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th July 2018 07:32 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

RANCHI: Hi-tech arrangements have been made for the month-long Shravani Mela beginning Saturday in Deoghar during which Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das himself will monitor the facilities for devotees, who can directly lodge approach him on Twitter.

For the first time, ‘Kanwarias’ (Shiva devotees) will get respite from scorching heat courtesy artificial rain through shower bars and ‘cool paint’ on the road approaching the temple complex. “Shower bars at 95 places covering a stretch of 10 km are installed for ‘Indra Varsha’ will give respite from heat to Kanwarias,” Deoghar DPRO  Ravi Kumar said.

Das will inaugurate ‘Shravani Mela’ on Saturday.  The devotees can lodge complaints via Twitter on @dasraghubar which will be resolved immediately following which the complainant will also be informed on their mobile,” said CM’s Principal Secretary Sunil Barnwal.  Rough estimate suggest 40 lakh devotees will visit the temple complex

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