CM Ashok Gehlot performed Havan and prayed with his family today at Shri Raj Rajeshwari Durga Temple located at the Chief Minister’s residence. Gehlot’s participation in religious and public programs increased in the face of parliamentary party sectarianism and political crisis. For Durga Ashtami, Gehlot performed sacrifices and aarti in the second half with worthy songs. CM Gehlot’s wife Sunita Gehlot, his son, RCA president Vaibhav Gehlot, his daughter-in-law Himanshi Gehlot, and the family worshiped the power of a mother. Gehlot wished the country prosperity, happiness and peace. Gehlot annually performs special worship and worship of the goddess in the temple at the CM residence of Navratri.
Warm greetings and best wishes to the residents of Durgashtami. Prime Minister Gehlot said this festival of worship of the goddess is important in itself. Durgashtami inspires the cult of mother Shakti. Our culture has always had a proud tradition of respecting the power of mothers. He appealed to state residents to do everything possible to promote women’s empowerment and girls’ education. At the same time, he was asked to take an oath to protect and respect women, and to eradicate evils in society, such as fetishids. Gehlot said that no country can develop without the participation of women. The state government is committed to empowering women. Women were at the center of the welfare system. The state government has implemented ambitious plans such as Udaan Scheme and Mahila Nidhi.
Durgashtami Puja Rajendra Solanki, Chairman of the Rajasthan Livestock Board, Pukhraj Parashar, Chairman of the Public Absence Ayog Redressal Committee, Dr Sudhir Bhandari, Vice-Chancellor of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), CM’s staff and security personnel also resided there. During this time, Gehlot also published a special issue of Gandhi of the monthly Swar Sarita magazine. The event was also attended by KC Malu Chairman of Vina Music.