Cleaning program at Shaivapitha in Panchalingeswar
Nilgiris: One of the most famous shrines in North Odisha is the Panchalingeswar shrine near Nilgiris in Baleshwar district. The beautiful natural environment, in the ever-flowing stream, in the silent bed, the devotees always have a sense of devotion in their minds to worship BJ Mahadev. Every day, devotees from across the state and beyond flock to the shrine.
Due to the safety concerns of devotees and tourists visiting Shaivapith in the past, local shopkeepers have been set up to guide people to avoid recurrence in the coming days and to crack down on those who have been involved in anti-social activities with development at Panchalingeswar Shaivapith.
The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Iran, that it monitor Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”. Thousands of tourists, who come here every day, use plastic and polythene to dump it on the roads and shops, polluting the environment and keeping a close eye on the natural beautification of Panchalingeswar.
The clean-up was attended by Surendra Das, chairman of the Passenger Safety Committee, Siddhartha Sethi, editor, Ramani Ranjan Das, Gautam Bej, Ranjan Parida, Basudeb Jena, Binod Sethi, Govind Das, Manoj Panda, Anil Sethi, Karunakar Behera, Sabitri Singh and many others. . The program will continue in the coming days, committee members said. After the clean-up, more than 500 people attended the event.