This year’s republic day Uttarakhand tableu, Kedarnath, to be the major attraction

Uttarakhand popularly known and recognised as the land of abode of Gods with four historic religious and spiritual shrines viz Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri encompassing serene natural beauty of flora and fauna with bright n shining himalayas, giving a look and feel of blissful ” Paradise on Earth” is on 26th January Republic day exhibiting a unique and exceptional TABLEAU ” KEDARNATH” with state’s bird Monal, state’s animal Kasturi Mrig and state flower BRAHMKAMAL ( Saussurea obvallata) to be prominently focussed.

This outstanding Uttarakhand Tableau will be a special display of highly reverred historic temple KEDARNATH in the national capital on Republic day enthralling millions of its devotees nationally n globally as well said sr journo Abhinav Kalura Abhinav.

The exhibition of Uttarakhand’s tableu was organised at Rashtriya Rangshala for journalists in which the traditional folk dances to be performed by the artists of Uttarakhand with this tableux on 26th January were also performed at Rangshala.

In this press briefing the cultural performances of artists in different colourful attires of 17 other states were also shown impressing one n all.

There will be in all 12 artists performing in Kedarnath Tableu of Uttarakhand which would be exhibiting state’s Kasturi Mrig ( Musk Deer) living in 4000 to 4400 feet mountains above sea level in the front portion of the Tableau.

It also shows the state bird Monal and and flower Brahm Pushp Kamal which are found on the high peaks and altitude areas of Uttarakhand wrote Abhinav Kalura.

In the middle of the Tableu the people will be able to see the God Shiva’s “Nandi” whereas in the rear portion, the pilgrims were shown in the historic Kedarnath Temple vicinity.

It may be recalled that the renovation of one of the JYOTIRLINGA among 12 all over India, was initiated by Adeeshankaracharya.

According to Abhinav, the most interesting part of the tableau is the presence of huge boulder in the rear portion of the Tableau Kedar.

It was this huge boulder that had protected Kedarnath temple from being destroyed during the massive ecological disaster of 2013 by diverting the huge velocity gushing floods on different directions than hitting the temple with a massive force that has come from Gandhi Sarovar after massive cloud bursts in the himalayas. The devotees pray on this SHILA considering it the saviour of Lord Shiva’s historic temple Kedarnath.

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Sunil Negi

Sunil Negi is a senior journalist and president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum ( Regd). He usually writes on socio political subjects and have been contributing articles in print media for the last several years. Mr. Sunil Negi had been felicitated by All India Achievers conference's Pride of India and excellence awards apart from several other recognitions. He has translated a book on ecological disaster of Uttarakhand of June 2013 and edited and published two editions of Uttaranchal's Who's Who.

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