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dhankesari The Dhan Kesari Hindi newspaper is a complete and complete newspaper that prominently publishes and disseminates the results of the lottery. The Dhan Kesari has its roots since 1992, from the home of the Vyapar Sandesh family (only Hindi Business Daily from UP since 1958).

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It was not only the largest edition lottery newspaper in Uttar Pradesh since its inception, but also the synonym for trust and reliability in the entire lottery trade for more than two decades.

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Advancing and diversifying, Dhan Kesari entered the vast market of West Bengal many years ago. As Hindi Lottery Daily, it served Hindi readers not only in southern Bengal, but also to readers of neighboring places in Jharkhand. In addition, Dhan Kesari has published online lottery results for the benefit of all.

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Dhakeshwari National Temple (Bengali: ঢাকেশ্বরী জাতীয় মন্দির, translit. Ðhakeshshori Jatio Mondir) is a Hindu temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is state owned, making it the “national temple” of Bangladesh. The name “Dhakeshwari” (ঢাকেশ্বরী hakeshshori) means “goddess of Dhaka”. Since the destruction of Ramna Kali Mandir in 1971 by the Pakistani army during the war of liberation of Bangladesh, the Dhakeshwari Temple is the most important Hindu place of worship in Bangladesh. dhankesari 2018

The Dhakeshwari Temple was built in the 12th century by Ballal Sen, a king of the Seine dynasty. It is said that the city received the name of the goddess. [2] The current style of the temple can not be dated at this time due to the numerous repairs, renovations and reconstructions that have taken place over time. It is considered an integral part of Dhaka’s cultural heritage.

Many researchers believe that the temple is also one of the Shakti Peethas, where the jewel had fallen in the crown of the goddess Sati. Although there is not enough historical context to establish this as a fact, researchers were referred to this site as they sought to locate, in particular, Shakti Peetha. For centuries, the temple has a great importance. The original 800 year old statue was brought to Kumartuli, Calcutta, West Bengal, India. The deity that rules here is the replica of the original idol. During the partition of India, she was taken to Calcutta with millions of refugees from Dhaka. Around 1950, businessman Debendranath Chaudhary built the temple of the goddess in the Kumortuli area and built some of the goddess’ attributes for his daily services. The idol is 1.5 feet tall, has ten arms, mounted on his lion in the form of Katyani Mahishasurmardini Durga. dhankesari 2018

On both sides are Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh. A Tiwari family of Azamgarh was named by the royal family for the daily worship of the deity. In 1946, the descendants of this family arrived in Calcutta and were re-elected where they still serve the goddess. The Devi cult of Dhakeshwari is different from the traditional Durga Puja of Bengal. According to the current priest of the temple, Shaktiprasad Ghosal, during the Durga Puja, the goddess is worshiped according to the Navratri or the nine nocturnal rituals of northern India.

Now, the temple of Kolkata is rather deserted, as most people are unaware of their historical background and importance. However, the Dhaka Temple is always full of followers. Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited the Dhaka Dhakeshwari Temple and worshiped her during her visit to Bangladesh. The Dhaka Temple was further damaged during the attacks of the Muslim Mafia in 1989–90.

Original: The statue of the goddess in Dhakeshwari Mata Temple in Kolkata

Replica: The statue of the goddess in the temple of Dhakeshwari
Dhakeswori Mata Idol in Calcutta and Dhaka
It is believed [to whom?] That the queen, wife of King Bijoy Sen, went to Langolbond to bathe. On the way back, she gave birth to a son known to historians as Ballal Sen. After entering the throne, Ballal Sen built this temple to glorify his birthplace.

Legend has it that Ballal Sen once dreamed of the jungle-covered deity. Ballal Sen discovered the deity from there and built a temple named after Dhakeswari. Regardless of what the legends describe, Hindus consider Dhakeswari to be the deity governing Dhaka, which is an incarnation or form of the goddess Durga, Adi Shakti. The idol of Durga is called Dhakeswari.