Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Hanuman dhaam




 It is a beautiful religious place, though most of the people go with a feeling of picnic and enjoyment. There it was clearly written . No photo and selfi and even one attendant kept telling people but nobody listened, kids were playing inside and young and old were all the time interested in making videos and taking selfies. Seeing such crowd totally spoiled my mood. People don’t want to maintain the sanctity of the place  It’s in Ramnagar .and constructed beautifully . There are around 30 stairs which may be difficult for some but they are constructing ramp for wheel chair. Temple is closed from 1 pm to 2 PM only.

They have shown many different statues of Hanumanji.. panchmukhi, with Anjana mai and other gods too. All in marble and dressed beautifully.

In UP people are so immersed in enjoying everything that you will find food items everywhere. I just hope that once it starts in full swing there won’t be heaps of trash and disposables.And people come here for praying and finding peace here and then enjoy the food and area, instead of coming here to enjoy and see the temple.

2 comments:

SG said...

I agree with you that when there is a notification that photos/videos are not allowed, people must obey that. However, I do not find anything wrong in people having a feeling of picnic and enjoyment. One mahan told me, long time ago, that Hindus pray at home and go to temple to visit God and say “thanks”. You have lived in Chennai for a long time. You would have seen Nadaswaram and melam recital in the temples. Also, Ramayana and/or Mahabaratha discourse in the temples. They even arrange musical functions in the temples. So, I personally feel there is nothing wrong in having an enjoyment atmosphere in the Hindu temples.

Renu said...

SG: yes I agree but what I didn’t like was they were not enjoying religious recital aur bhajan or something, they were socialising like a get together at home. Chennai is so different, there you feel the devotion in people, in atmosphere.., and I loved it there, here it’s more of fun element, don’t know how to express that.

Hanuman dhaam

 It is a beautiful religious place, though most of the people go with a feeling of picnic and enjoyment. There it was clearly written . No p...