A mother of a girl in Agnel Ashram, a Hindu temple in central Delhi, has died.
The girl, identified only as Rishi, was admitted to a hospital on Saturday night after sustaining severe bleeding and was pronounced dead a short while later.
According to a police statement, Rishi’s father had taken her to Agnel for a private medical examination last week.
Rishi was discharged on Saturday after treatment.
A Hindu temple near the famous Agnell Ashram in central city of Delhi.
(Source: Express photo by Rishi Agrawal)The Agnel temple, which attracts thousands of devotees and is known as the ‘Golden Temple’, is renowned for its temple and rituals.
The site is located in south Delhi’s Lutyens Nagar district, near the junction of Juhu and Dhaulagiri roads.
The Agnel is a revered Hindu holy place.
The Hindu deity Agni is worshipped at Agnel.
Rishi was married to another Hindu man at the temple and later married another man.
She had recently given birth to a daughter.
The father, who was in his 60s, has been shifted to a private hospital.