Paryaya 2020-22: Admar Mutt’s Junior Swamiji to ascend ‘Paryaya Peetha’


Team Udayavani, Jan 7, 2020, 5:12 PM IST

Mangaluru: The junior chief of Admar Mutt, Sri Eshapriya Theertha Swamiji, will be ascending the ‘Paryaya Peetha’ for the Paryaya 2020-22, Chief seer of the Mutt Sri Vishwapriya Theertha Swamiji informed reporters on January 6.

Addressing the media, Swamiji said that as he has already performed two Paryayas before (1988-90 and 2004-06) he has decided to hand over the rights to his successor. “Eshapriya Swamiji will be performing his duties at the Mutt and the Sri Krishna pooja services whereas I’ll be looking after the educational institutions under the Admar Mutt,” he further added.

The Paryaya period for the Admar Mutt will commence from January 18.

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