Bantwal: Maha Mritunjaya Homa performed at mini Vidhan Soudha to rectify Vaastu problem


Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2020, 1:23 PM IST

Bantwal: A Maha Mritunjaya Homa was performed on the morning of Monday, October 19 at Shri Rangeshwari temple at BC Road by Zilla panchayat member M Thungappa Bangera, after it was found that the mini Vidhan Soudha that serves as the taluk office has ‘Vaastu dosha.’

In the past couple of months, two deputy tehsildars working in the taluk office had died of illness. After which, Bangera had consulted a priest.

The Homa was performed as per Vedic rituals by the tantri Manohar from the Chandramaulishwar Temple at Udupi.

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