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Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the ceremony commemorating 1,111th ‘Avataran Mahotsav’ of Bhagwan Shri Devnarayan Ji in Bhilwara
Bhagwan Shri Devnarayan Ji is worshipped by the people of Rajasthan, and his followers are spread across the length and breadth of the country. He is revered especially for his work towards public service, an ideal which PM Narendra Modi holds in highest regard and follows with a pure commitment of ‘seva’ towards his motherland and the people of India. The Prime Minister will attend the event to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Devnarayan, a folk deity revered by the Gurjar community, at Malaseri Dungri village, Bhilwara in Rajasthan, on Saturday. Modi will offer prayers at the temple, address a gathering and also plant a sapling. CM Ashok Gehlot has declared a public holiday in Rajasthan today in honour of Shri Devnarayan Ji, keeping in mind the sentiments of the people. Malaseri Dungri, 60 km from Bhilwara, is the birthplace of Lord Devnarayan, who is believed by his devotees to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. PM Narendra Modi is wellknown for his spiritual inclination and himself explored spiritualism through his journeys. As he said once, about the experience of his travel to the Himalayas at a young age, “I went wherever God wanted to take me — it was an undecided period of my life but still, gave me so many answers. I sought to understand the world, to understand myself. I travelled far and wide, spent time at the Ramakrishna Mission, met sadhus and saints, stayed with them and began a discovery, inwards...”