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Monday, 14 October 2019 1.24 PM IST

To get rid of 'snake curse', Sri Lankan PM will visit Kumaramangalam Temple in Bela

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KASARAGOD: In order to get rid of snake curse (Sarppa Dosha), Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will perform darshan at Kumaramangalam Subrahmanya Temple in Bela at 7 am on Friday. He will take part in ‘Ashlesha Pooja’, which is believed to purge one off snake curse. Usually, this pooja is done on Ayilyam star, but it will be specially done for Ranil Wickremesinghe a day before. The pooja will be presided by the temple priest Ramachandra Adiga. Wickremesinghe is visiting the temple on the advice of Padmanabha Sharma, tantric maestro and brother of Ramachandra Adiga. Earlier, former Union Minister P. Chidambaram had visited Bela temple.

Wickremesinghe, who visits Kollur Mookambika Temple on the 26th morning, will reach Taj Hotel in Bekal on a helicopter by evening. He’ll leave after taking part in Bela Temple on 27th July. Security has been beefed up in light of Wickremesinghe’s visit. Including the priest, only 15 people will take part in the ritual. No one else will be allowed inside the temple. A special security team from Sri Lanka will overlook the security of the temple and premises.

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