At a time when there is an urgent need of peace and harmony not just in the society but also within oneself too, taking out time and preaching and praying becomes a boon. On similar thoughts, the residents of Shri Ganesh Co-operative Housing Society in Nerul took out a Amarnath yatra to visit the temples there. The yatra was inaugurated in the traditional style by NCP corporator Ashok Gawde.
For the residents of Shri Ganesh Co-operative Housing Society in Nerul, it was a day of utmost divinity as they got the opportunity to go on an Amarnath yatra to seek the blessings of the lord. The journey is a twelve day affair with several stops. The yatra began from the society where it was inaugurated at the hands of the local NCP corporator Ashok Gawde.
Informing about the yatra, the organizer, Babasaheb Shinde informed that their first stop would be at Bombay Central from where they would catch a train to Jammu. From there the journey continues by road. Initially the yatra, in its eighth year, started with just four or five people and today has more than 100 of people participating.
Speaking to NMTV News, NCP corporator Ashok Gawde said that for a person, another important part of his life is religion. Speaking about the yatra, he said that the residents go for peace and success. He added that he is always there to provide any kind of financial assistance or otherwise to his residents. With cameraperson Raju Sharma, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.