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Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court visits Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir

Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court and Sri Ajit Singh, District Judge, Mathura, along with their families visited Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir on 24th September 2017.

Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court

Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court
Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court

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They had darshan of Their Lordships Sri Sri Radha Vrindavanchandra and visited the kitchen of The Akshaya Patra Foundation inside the temple premises. They were pleased with the multitude of mid-day meal program which caters to 16 Lakh Government school children across 12 states in India and the unbelievable cleanliness that is maintained in the entire temple premises and mid-day meal kitchen.

Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court Sri Satish K. Agnihotri, acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court

They were explained about the temple construction plan of having an altitude of 210 mtrs with 70 storeyed building and 12 miniature forests of Vrindavan which will be ready by 2022.

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Sri Agnihotri said that towering temple structures psychologically impact people to become submissive to God.He said that after coming in contact with the teachings of SrilaPrabhupada he was able to understand Krishna consciousness with utmost clarity and was highly impressed. He added that the young generation could find the answers to all their questions in the teachings of SrilaPrabhupada.

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Sri Ajit Singh and his family said that they found peace at the temple and would visit again.

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