UP’s first 108 feet high Dharma flag has been installed in Lucknow.
The Dharma flag has been installed in the Patalpuri lying Hanuman temple, Panchvati Ghat complex.
Earlier, the Dharma Flag has been installed in Gujarat and Chhattisgarh.

Anjali Singh Rajput

Lucknow. The day of August 2 became historic for the people of Lucknow, as the first 108 feet high Dharma flag of Uttar Pradesh was installed in the city. During this, this saffron colored flag written ‘Om’ became the center of attraction for the people. When this Dharma flag was put up, there was a line of people to see it on the pucca bridge of Lucknow. Also, people were seen capturing this scene in their cameras. Not only this, if we talk about this flag, then its height is so high that it is very clearly visible to the people from far away. This is the first time that such a high religious flag has been erected in Lucknow.

This religious flag has been installed in the Hanuman Mandir Panchvati Ghat complex while lying down in Patalpuri. While it has been installed completely automatically. If there is a slight damage to it due to storm, then it can be easily replaced. Riddhi Gaur, treasurer of the temple trust, told that this flag has been offered to Lord Hanuman. This flag is also a symbol of victory, of religion and of peace. He told that due to the installation of this flag, people will come here more, do yoga and meditate. Apart from this, people who do not know. Our companions will give information about this flag to them here. More than half the information of the flag has also been written on the stone written under the flag, so that no one gets any misunderstanding.

Apart from Lucknow, only two states of the country have a religion flag.
Apart from Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, the religion flag is in two more states of the country. Earlier, Dharma flag has also been installed in Kawardha in Gujarat and Chhattisgarh. According to the information, there is also a 108 feet high religion flag here. In ancient times, when there was a fierce battle between the gods and the demons, at that time all the gods put the symbols on their chariots, later they all became their flags. There is a belief behind the flags installed in the temples that it not only protects the temple but the entire city.

Deputy Chief Minister inaugurated
It was inaugurated on Tuesday by Chief Guest Deputy Chief Minister Brijesh Pathak under the chairmanship of Ramanujacharya Swami Raghavacharya Maharaj, who came from Ayodhya. On this occasion, a large number of special guests including former minister Ashutosh Tandon, Swami Kaushik Chaitanya, MLA Dr. Neeraj Bora, MLA Sushil Singh, MLA Manvendra Pratap Singh Ranu were present. On this occasion, Dr. Vivek Tangri, President of Shri Ahimardan Patalpuri Hanuman Ji Seva Trust, Secretary Pankaj Singh Bhadauria, Treasurer Riddhi Kishore Gaur honored the guests with clothes and a memento of Hanuman ji.

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