Vaishno Devi Shrine providing Sehri-Iftari to 500 Quarantined Muslims in Ramadan Amid COVID-19!
Where the whole world is facing trouble during this situation of lockdown, Vaishno Devi raises the bar of communal harmony amid COVID-19, it is sure to set a great example of love and peace among everyone as the temple is providing sehri-iftari to the 500 fasting Muslims during Ramadan 2020 who are isolated at the altar there.
Marking the picture of rising mutual disdain in India, one of the most venerated Hindu places of worship in India, among many ones we can see is that Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine has been helping Muslims during this season of Ramadan 2020, as the government has ordered lockdown and people are suffering as many can’t afford food or place to live, what to say of those who are stuck at different locations and to people who are isolated at Aashirwad Bhawan in Katra, looks like god is helping and listening to their prayers patiently. According to the reports, so far, the hallowed place leading body of the second most extravagant sanctuary after Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams in India has spent around Rs 1.5 crore in supporting the Covid-19 reaction.
As per reports, around Rs 80 lakh has been spent by the place of worship board in different isolate focuses at Katra, to give food to the poor since March 20. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the sanctum had changed over Aashirwad Bhawan in Katra into an isolated focus, facilitating transient workers coming to Jammu and Kashmir from various pieces of the nation. Coming to Udhampur, which is 40km away from Katra, in uncommon Shramik prepares and transports, the vagrant specialists have been watching the yearly Ramadan fasts amid the emergency.
These vagrant workers have made a trip to Jammu and Kashmir from various pieces of the nation in unique Shramik prepares and transports to Udhampur town, which is midway found. Katra is mostly 40 km away from Udhampur.
The Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine is the second most fantastic hallowed place in India after Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, one of the most beloved Hindu altars.
According to an explorer, those meeting the place of worship from the nation over for strict purposes incline toward offices of the sanctum board in Katra over lodgings because of their neatness, clean food, well maintained, open to bedding and accommodating staff. According to the reports, the place of worship board has been giving breakfast, lunch, and supper to those isolated in Katra’s other government offices separated from the individuals at Aashirwad Bhawan.
The worship board’s place has set a model for everybody – to disregard collective contrasts and react to the essential lessons of humanity.