Devotee Kothari performs 11 km ‘Urulu Seve’ for the welfare of state

Mysuru, October 11:- We have seen several examples of people performing ‘Urulu Seve’ (rolling on the ground) in and around temples. In a unique incident, a devotee performed Urulu Seve on Chamundi Hill Road in the city for about 11 kilometers!

Harish Kothari, a resident of Dharmasthala performed the Urulu Seve. He started at 3 am from the main gate of Chamundi Hill and completed the Urulu Seve of 11 km at 8 am.

He said that the offering for Goddess Chamundeshwari was done for the welfare of Karnataka and has no personal demands to Goddess! (KS, NGB)

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