Yogi Adityanath’s temple built in Ayodhya, aarti is done every morning and evening

The temple of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been built in Uttar Pradesh, a few kilometers from Ayodhya. A person named Prabhakar Maurya got this temple built and named it ‘Shri Yogi Mandir’. A life-size statue of Yogi Adityanath has been installed here and aarti is also performed in the morning and evening.

This temple is built in Purva village near Bharatkund, about 20 to 25 km from Ayodhya. A person named Prabhakar Maurya, who describes himself as a Yogi pracharak, has made arrangements for offering not only the statue of CM but also worship and offerings in this temple.

Yogi Adityanath statue as God / img:ANI

Prabhakar Maurya claims that the foundation stone of this temple was also laid on the day when the Ram temple was worshiped by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Ayodhya, this temple has been completed in the month of Sawan this year.

Yogi Adityanath Temple/ Img:

Prabhakar Maurya says that it was his resolve that whoever gets his grand and divine temple built on the birthplace of Lord Rama, he will get his temple built.
Prabhakar Maurya is a YouTuber and Yogi preacher by profession. Maurya has also sung many songs in support of Yogi in the UP elections. Also, Maurya claims that he does cow service with the money that comes from his YouTube channel.

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