Mathura janmashtami: Suffocation claimed the lives of two devotees at Vrindavan’s Banke Bihari temple

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 Mathura janmashtami: Banke Bihari templeAn accident has occurred at the world-famous Thakur Banke Bihari temple in Krishna city Mathura-Vrindavan. According to reports, the accident occurred during the Janmashtami Mangla Aarti due to a stampede in the temple. In the temple stampede, two people were killed and many others were injured. The injured were taken to the hospital. Mathura SSP Abhishek Yadav reported that a large number of devotees were present in the temple premises during Mangala Aarti at Mathura’s Vrindavan Banke Bihari Temple. People’s health has deteriorated as a result of the crowd, in which a woman and a male devotee died and many people have been injured and are receiving treatment.

Let us explain that Mangala Aarti is the first aarti performed in the morning, around 3-4 o’clock. Since yesterday, a large number of devotees have been flocking to the temple for darshan. Even during Mangala Aarti, there was a large crowd in the temple. Meanwhile, there has been talk of a stampede.

All of the temples including Banke Bihari temple in 84 Kos are packed with people

The Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan is always crowded with devotees from all over the country and abroad, but the crowd grows even larger on Janmashtami. Although there is a crowd in all of the temples located in Mathura’s 84 kos on Janmashtami, the Banke Bihari temple is packed with devotees at all times of the day..

If the location cannot be found, spend the night sleeping on the sidewalk

On the occasion of Janmashtami, it is said that all the hotels and ashrams in Mathura-Vrindavan were completely booked. Thousands of people had gathered to celebrate Janmashtami. Many people also slept on the sidewalks that night. The administration stated that full security arrangements had been made. Yesterday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Mathura and worshipped Lord Krishna, attracting a large crowd. According to reports, approximately 50 lakh devotees arrived in Mathura to celebrate Janmashtami, which is a large number based on the capacity of the area.

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