Get Ready to Dharmastala Bahubali's mahamastakabhisheka on February

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: January 30, 2019 12:06 IST
Get Ready to Dharmastala Bahubali's mahamastakabhisheka on February

The fourth Mahamastakabhisheka of 39-foot-tall Bahubali at Dharmastala are held from Feb 9 to 18 and will be made officially public within the presence of Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Feb 9.
Speaking to reporters at Dharmastala, Dharmadhikari Dr. D Veerendra Heggade on Tuesday, January 29 informed that Shree Vishwesha Teertha Hindu of Pejawar Matt can bless on the occasion and Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers D V Sadananda Gowda can release a present. The nonsecular rituals of Mahamastakabhisheka are held within the presence of Vardhamana Sagar Munimaharaj and Pushpadanta Sagar Munimaharaj below the guidance of Charukeerthi Bhattaraka of Shravanabelagola. throughout the 9 days programme, there'll be each religious and cultural programmes", he said.
Life of Bahubali in laser show Heggade informed that there'll be laser show throughout all days of Mahamastakabhisheka, whereby the lifetime of Bahubali are shown. The 15 minutes laser show are the most attraction of the programme this point, he informed.
'Santa Sammelana' to make inaugural by Deve Gowda A day before Mahamastakabhisheka programme, there'll be a conference of pontiffs on January 8, whereby over a hundred pontiffs from totally different components of the country can participate. The conference will open officially by former prime minister H D Deve Gowda. pontiff of Shravanabelagola Charukeerthi Bhattaraka can bless on the occasion and Lalithakeerthi Bhattaraka of Danashale Karkala can command over the programme.
State government to release Rs 2 crore Dakshina Kannada District In-charge Minister U T Khader informed that Rs 2 crore has been released through the business Department so as to beautify the temple city Dharmastala.
The administration has approved the same will make use for all necessary arrangements and infrastructure, he informed. As the Gomateshwara was put in at Ratnagiri in Dharmastala within the year 1975, it's the fourth Mahamastakabhisheka. The previous Mahamastakabhishekas were held in 1982, 1995 and 2007