The Gorakhnath Temple in Gorakhpur was lit up within the reminiscence of fallen troopers.
The first lamp within the Bheem Sarovar space of the temple was lit by Chief Minister and Gorakshpeethadhishwar Yogi Adityanath on Monday evening.
He additionally paid an emotional tribute to the fallen troopers by placing flowers on their photos on the Muktakashi stage.
The Gorakhnath Temple complicated hosted the ‘Ek Diya Shaheedon Ke Naam’ program late on Monday night.
The ambiance was radiant with the glow of 11, 000 earthen lamps as Yogi ceremoniously inaugurated the occasion.
The program was organised by the Bhojpuri Association of India (BHAI).
The complete temple complicated was illuminated with earthen lamps throughout this system, fascinating onlookers.
On the Muktakashi stage inside the temple complicated, a cultural program was held that includes performances of patriotic songs and dances.
Special recognition was given to shows resembling Faruwahi and Biraha.
The program Coordinator and President of the Bhojpuri Association of India (BHAI), people singer Rakesh Srivastava, and Dr Roop Kumar Banerjee offered a terracotta clay sculpture statue to the Chief Minister.