Renuka Ji international fair: The Tribune India closes

Tribune press service

Solan, November 19

Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar said today that the Renuka Ji Fair is a manifestation of Lord Parshuram’s reverence and devotion to his mother, the goddess Renuka Ji, and that it upholds the rich values ​​of Indian society . He was addressing the closing ceremony of the international fair today at Renuka Ji in Sirmaur district.

The governor said fairs and festivals are symbols of the state’s rich cultural heritage and must be preserved at all costs. “A glimpse of rich traditions can be seen in such festivals, which also go a long way in strengthening bonds of brotherhood and unity. Celebrating these festivals makes the younger generation aware of our glorious culture.

He congratulated the citizens for the successful organization of the fair and said that Goddess Renuka Ji has her own religious holiness and people from inside and outside the state visit the place to pay homage. . “The place has a high potential for tourist activity and attracts thousands of tourists every year, especially during the fair.

The governor visited the exhibits organized by various government departments and organizations at the fair and showed keen interest in the exhibits. He also presented prizes to the winners of the exhibitions.

He performed the pooja in Lord Parshuram Ji and Mata Renuka Ji temples and also participated in the “Dev Vidai” procession.

The Deputy Commissioner of Sirmaur (DC) and Chairman of the Shri Renukaji Development Council, Ram Kumar Gautam, greeted the Governor at the event.

James C. Tibbs