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Amit Shah Inaugurates Maa Sharda Devi Temple In Kashmir’s Kupwara District

In addition to suggesting a Kartarpur Sahib-style corridor to the Sharda Peeth temple in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday inaugurated the Sharda Devi temple in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district, which is close to the Line of Control. (PoK). The restoration of the Sharda Devi temple in Karnah, according to him, was a significant milestone in the understanding of the Sharda civilization and the Sharda script, the original writing system used in Kashmir.

The home minister spoke via videoconference at the opening of the Maa Sharda Devi temple, recalling how Sharda Peeth was once a hub of India’s cultural, religious, and educational heritage, where academics from all over the nation gathered in search of scriptures and spiritual knowledge. He promised that the federal government would proceed with opening the Sharda Peeth, just as it had done with the Kartarpur Corridor.

Following the repeal of Article 370, according to Shah, peace has been restored to J&K, with both Jammu and the Ganga-Jamuni “tehzeeb” and the Kashmir valley reverting to their previous customs and civilization. (peaceful co-existence among different religious communities).

Shah claimed that the opening of the Maa Sharda Devi temple on the first day of Chaitra Navratri was a “auspicious sign” and the “start of a new era.” He added that the temple’s architecture and construction were carried out under the supervision of Sharda Peeth in accordance with the mythological scriptures.

At a cost of Rs 65 crore, 35 locations, including shrines and Sufi centers, were being renovated throughout J&K, he claimed. In addition, by selecting 75 locations, 31 mega cultural programs were organized. Shah envisioned the Sharda Devi temple’s opening as a long-lasting awakening of India’s awareness.

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