The funds offered in the temples must be used for the restoration and repair of the temples : Girish Shah, Samast Mahajan NGO

Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (2024) : Ideological Movement for a Hindu Rashtra

Girish Shah, Managing Trustee, Samast Mahajan NGO, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Ramnath Devasthan, Goa – The temple is a centre of rituals, culture, and security. Temples that have fallen into disrepair over time need to be reconstructed and repaired. While carrying out this reconstruction work, it is necessary to preserve the structure of the ancient temples. The structure of the temple consists of shikhara, sanctum sanctorum, rangamandap and assembly hall. There is a slight difference in the temple design of each Deity. There are lakhs of temples reaching every corner of India. Temples have preserved our culture. Everyone living in India has to accept this culture, said Girish Shah (Managing Trustee, Samast Mahajan NGO, Mumbai, Maharashtra) while speaking on Temple Architecture on the fifth day of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (2024).

Funds coming in the form of offerings to the temples should be used for the restoration and repair of the temples. The safety of the cow is also the responsibility of the temple. Temples should continue the Gurukul tradition. He also said that temples should accept the responsibility of preserving and propagating the glorious traditions of India.