By Ramashankar DasThe last week of June marked the end of a two-year period when Ramashanksi ashrama, an annual celebration of the Hindu god Vishnu, became the most watched and most watched event in the country.
The event began on July 10 with a concert by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan and a performance by the Mahant Ashram, an organisation that is funded by the government and runs a temple in Bangalore.
The day after, thousands of devotees from across the country thronged the temple, which is surrounded by a 10-metre-high wall.
Bollywood superstar Salmaan Khan has been the main performer of the day.
For the last two weeks, hundreds of thousands of people have gathered to hear the Mahants’ performances and hear the stories of their lives, which are told from the heart and face of the devotees.
“It is not a religious event.
It is not meant to be an assembly of Hindus.
It’s meant to celebrate the life of Vishnu,” said Shree K. S. Venkataraman, an associate professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University who teaches a course on the history of Hinduism.
This year’s Mahant has drawn many people from across India, including from different sections of the religious community, and has been attended by celebrities such as Salman Khan, Salman Khan II, Rahul Gandhi, Salman Ansari, Manish Sisodia, Amitabh Bachchan, Rishabh Pant, Praveen Swami and Salman Khurshid.
However, the biggest draw for the devotee, as in the past, has been an elaborate display of religious paraphernalia that has drawn attention from the police and other government officials.
In 2015, a police team arrested a 22-year-old man who was accused of distributing religious material in the temple.
There have been other incidents of people going to the temple to pray, but this year, devotees were able to reach the shrine and reach the temple gates in person.
According to the Mahatras website, it is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the world and was built in the 10th century.
A temple of the god Vishnu is built at the temple’s premises in Bangalore, India.
(Reuters photo: Vipin Narang)Mahant ashram is organised every year on the second Saturday of July and is a ritual event.
The temple itself is divided into two sections.
In the first section, there is a wall and a roof that is raised at the foot of the temple and is called the mahant.
It contains the ashes of the Mahatsas ancestors, and the sacred text of Vishnukar and his followers, the Hindu scriptures, which explains how Vishnu became a god.
In his life, Vishnu has been worshipped in temples all over the world, including in the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, the UK, Canada and France.
Vishnu’s followers are known as kalyanis, which means people who are born with great strength, or with great faith.
The Mahatsa devotees say that the kalyans are the most powerful force in the universe and are responsible for saving the world.
During the festival, the worshippers recite scriptures and perform prayers in the same way as any other Hindu.
But in this year’s event, the Kalyan is a god and the devoteers are asked to take on the role of his avatar, a god named Aditi.
Aditi is the first Hindu god who is a descendant of the king of the gods, Ganesha, and is also the god of agriculture and wealth.
Surya, the other god, is the son of Vishvaraj, the god who became the son-in-law of the King of India.
At the end, devotee perform a puja called the Mahamadhi-siddha, which involves chanting a mantra.
The entire event takes about 10 minutes.
People often visit the temple in search of religious relics.
(AP: Anjali Kumar)There are three types of offerings to be made during the Mahasiddha-sudhasadham, which lasts for a few hours.
The first is the Mahadham of the cow and the second is the sacrifice of an animal for the sake of the community.
The third offering is a special one, which consists of two animals, one that is sacred to a Hindu deity, and one that has been sacrificed to a non-Hindu deity.
The first offering is made with a kali, a sacred wooden instrument with a wooden handle.
The Kalya is made from the body of a bull, and all of the offerings are made with the Kalki.
These are made by taking the body,