PM Modi inaugurates Circuit House:
Near Somnath temple, built at a cost of 30 crores, sea will be visible from every room.
The new circuit house built in Gujarat near the Somnath temple was inaugurated via video conference by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday morning. Approximately Rs 30 crore was spent on the construction of this building. Modern facilities are available in this circuit house. The building also offers deluxe and VIP rooms. The auditorium and conference room are also included.
It has been built in such a way that every room of the house has a sea view. The PMO office was informed that there are no government facilities around the Somnath temple. This circuit house will satisfy all of the requirements.
The building glows at night
In this building, lights are installed in such a way that when they are turned on in the dark, the building starts to glow. Due to the light from the top and the front, it attracts a lot of attention. In general, the Circuit House is more beautiful at night. We will show you some pictures.
Somnath Temple Specialties
The temple of Somnath took five years to build. The temple’s peak is 150 feet high. Its summit contains a 10 tonne urn. It covers an area of 10 square kilometers. It also contains 42 other temples. There is a sanctum sanctorum, sabha mandap, and dance mandapam inside the main temple. A pillar known as Banastambha stands on the south side of the temple. Nearly 10 million devotees visit the Somnath temple every year, both from within the country and around the world.
PM: Somnath’s stores of grace are still open
PM Modi began his address with a verse. According to him, in the worship of Lord Somnath, our scriptures say that भक्तिप्रदानाय कृतावतारं, तं सोमनाथं शरणं प्रपद्ये।. As a result, the grace of Lord Somnath is incarnated, the reserves of grace are opened. Consequently, Modi believes that both the circumstances surrounding the destruction of the temple and its subsequent renovation as a result of Patel’s efforts send a powerful message.