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Jagannath shrine comes up in Angul JSPL town

| | ANGUL | in Bhubaneswar

The Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) has built a temple of Lord Jagannath inside the Jindal Nagar, the township area of its 6 MTPA steel complex at Angul.

The enshrinement of the deities in the temple was completed on October 9, after a weeklong puja. Gurudev Shri Budhabapa (Babaji) graced the

occasion in presence of OP Jindal Groups’ Chairperson Emeritus Savitri Jindal and Chairperson of Oswal Group Aruna Oswal, Chairman of JSPL Naveen Jindal and Co-Chairperson of JSPL Foundation Shallu Jindal, besides noted sculptor Padma Vibhushan Dr Raghunath Mohapatra.

The temple complex is spread over 3.7 acre of land and took four years for completion. Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of JSPL Naveen Jindal said, “Jagannath cult is a way of life that encompasses multiple diversities of India. Lord Jagannath identifies Himself with the mass.”

Sculptor Mohapatra and Ahmedabad based temple architect Nikhil Sompura and others were associated in the erection of the majestic temple. External development and landscaping work has been done by Sudipto Ghosh. 




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