JAMMU, Dec 31: J&K Dharmarth Trust has earmarked Rs 60 lakh to repair and renovate temples in the State for 2018-19.
This information was shared by president of Dharmarth Trust, BR Kundal during a function organized here today to honour all the donors who helped the Dharmarth Trust during the year 2018 in terms of man-material/cash assistance.
All the donors were provided copy of an appreciation certificate along with photo image of Shree Raghunath Ji. Those honoured include Mahant Shree Shree 108 Rishi Ban, Sandeep Kumar, Veer Koul-AFCONS infrastructure Pvt Ltd, Vishal Verma, Rajinder Singh, Kamal Gupta, Shambu Nath & Bhakat Mandli, Mulkh Raj & Bhakat Mandli, Ajay Kumari and Ashwani Gupta.
The participants were not only from Jammu city but also from the other districts who on their own as also in association with the employees of the Dharmarth Trust undertook renovation, repair, flooring and colour wash/paint work on various temples managed by the Dharmarth Trust.
B R Kundal, while addressing the gathering, informed that nearly 60 lakh of rupees were ear-marked for the year 2018-19 to carry out repair, renovation and colour wash/paints of various temples in J&K and substantial amount has been spent by undertaking the works as envisaged.
He said that Dr Karan Singh, Chairman Trustee, is personally taking stock of such repairs and as and when he gets the time and visits Jammu and invariably goes around to see condition of the temples and issues necessary directions for its continuous improvement.