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Pooja lesson at IIT ISM Dhanbad
There is an atmosphere of fear in IIT ISM Dhanbad due to 3 deaths inside the ISM campus in the last 6 months. Is this the reason why Yajna, Mahamrityunjaya chanting, Akhand Ramayana recitation, Chandi recitation have been organized at IIT ISM Dhanbad from June 30? This lesson will run till 2 July. Many types of questions are being raised regarding this event.
Worship lessons have started from 30th July
Acharya has come from Deoghar
conducting special rituals
The event has been happening every year, it was closed in Corona
Professor Dr. Sunil Kumar, who was involved in the entire preparation of this event, said, this is not the first time. Even before this, it has been organized every year. After 2019, it was stopped due to the arrival of Corona infection. We have started it again. This event is organized by the temple committee, if it gives peace to everyone’s mind then what is wrong. When asked whether it has started again because of the 3 deaths inside the ISM campus in the last 6 months, he said what is wrong with that. This event is not only for the people of IIT ISM, all the people of Dhanbad are invited. The door of the campus is open, anyone can join it. We try to organize it every year.
three deaths in six months
Keep in mind that this event is very special. In this, 15 Acharyas from Deoghar are included in the Yagya. One lakh 8 thousand Mahamrityunjaya chants are being done in the Yagya. The lesson of Akhand Ramayana is also going on. Chandi Path is also happening. On June 14, Assistant Professor Dr Yashwant Kumar Gujala died of drowning while taking a bath in the swimming pool on the ISM campus. On January 16, 2023, Deepak Kumar, a junior technician in the electronics department, committed suicide. On 6 December 2022, Cherukuri Praveen, a 2018 batch electrical engineering student, committed suicide by hanging himself at Amber Hostel. After these incidents, there was a strong discussion that IIT ISM Dhanbad is in the shelter of God so that such untoward incidents do not happen again.