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Decoration of Somnath temple with 1400 gold plated urn and priest makeover 

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In the Somnath temple of Gujarat, it has been decided to place a gold plate in 1400 urns in the temple. Somnath Temple is a famous temple in India, it is one of the most attractive places for tourists in India.

The temple is an important shrine in Gujarat. It is also the first of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Work will be done at the end of the year 2021.

The temple trust has a gold plating project of more than 1,400 urns of the Somnath temple.

According to the trust of the temple, more than 500 people have been donated to the temple. The temple will make arrangements for proper lighting there. Even golden urns appear at night.

People from all over the world visit the temple. Work is underway on 1400 Gold Plated Kalash. 500 people donated to the temple for the great initiative.

It is the most important place for pilgrimage of Hindus in India.

Somnath Temple will get a luxurious and fashionable makeover with the help of NIFT.

In order to maintain the veracity of the temple, the trust of the temple approached the institute to design a dress for the priest.

More than thousands of people visit this temple every month. The heads of the Somnath temple approached TP Design, the country’s premier institute, to design a dress for the temple priest to maintain the aesthetics of the temple.

The Somnath temple is about 1400 years old. The temple has a troubled history. The temple was looted and destroyed several times in the past.

The temple was rebuilt in 1951. The temple is the glory of India.
Well after redesign of the temple, it will look great. The decoration maintains beauty, authenticity of the temple.

The trust has also decided a functional dress design for temple priests. Currently, the dress code of the temple is white kurta with yellow, red, and white dhoti which is known as pitambar.

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