Ajmer, Rajasthan Rajesh Verma’s Bhandar Chaturdashi of the Darbar of Sanwaliya Ji Seth Mandafia, the main pilgrimage site of Mewar region in Chittor district, was opened on Thursday in the presence of Chittorgarh District Collector Alok Ranjan, Temple Board Chairman Bherulal Gurjar and Chief Executive Officer of the temple Rajendra Kumar. Administrative officer Nand Kishore Taylor said that Rs 6 crore 17 lakh 75 thousand in cash was received in this store opened on Chaturdashi.
And told that the amount left from the reserves and the gold and silver taken out from the reserves are yet to be weighed. According to the administrative officer of the temple, Nandkishore Taylor, the weighing of gold and silver presented by various devotees and counting of the rupees presented by the devotees is still pending in the temple office. On this occasion, adequate arrangements were made by the temple board for the facilities of the pilgrims. In the store count, Kapasan Pradhan and temple board member Bhairulal Jat, Sanjay Kumar Mandowra, Ashok Sharma, Bherulal Soni, Bhadsoda Sarpanch and temple board member Shambhu Lal Suthar, Mamtesh Sharma, Shrilal Patidar, administrative officer Nandkishore Taylor, Sanwaliya ji, manager of Vishranthi Graha Chittorgarh. Rajendra Kumar Sharma, Lehri Lal Gadri, Manohar Lal Chaubisa, office’s Manish Dadhich, Omkar Lal Ahir, Puran Sharma, Deepak Tiwari, Narayan Lal Gadri along with temple and bank employees etc.