Muzrai(Search results - 6)
India6, Jun 2019, 1:58 PM
Protests erupt as Karnataka govt performs special prayers for rain
A group of rationalists demanded that the government should implement an anti-superstition law and stop promoting as well as encouraging superstitious practices like conducting a special puja for rains.
India6, Jun 2019, 11:46 AM
Karnataka Congress minister Shivakumar performs special puja for rains
The Karnataka Muzrai Department has directed temples under its purview to conduct religious rituals (Parjanya Japa) to appease the rain gods as several parts of Karnataka have been reeling under the effect of drought without sufficient water to drink
India4, Jun 2019, 5:54 PM
BJP lampoons Karnataka government’s expensive project to appease rain gods
Karnataka government under the leadership of Siddaramaiah had passed the anti-superstition bill. But ironically now, the Kumaraswamy-led Karnataka government has given special instructions to conduct special pooja in more than 30,000 temples spending Rs 10,000 for each temple to appease the rain gods!
India1, Jun 2019, 1:44 PM
Karnataka government directs temples to perform ritual to appease ‘rain god’
The Muzrai Department in Karnataka has issued a circular to the temples under its limits, asking them to perform Parjanya, a ritual to appease the “rain god” after most districts in the state were declared drought-hit.
India3, May 2019, 4:48 PM
After astrologer’s advice, Kumaraswamy instructs temples to hold pujas for rains; BJP slams move
Based on his astrologer Dwarkanath’s advice, Karnataka chief minister Kumaraswamy has asked temples falling under the Muzrai department to hold special pujas to propitiate the rain god. However, such a move has only invited criticisms from the BJP, which feels it is nothing but a red herring to cover up failed loan waiver promises
India7, Sep 2018, 7:31 PM
Kodagu floods: HD Kumaraswamy shifts temple funds to chief minister's account, authorities fume (Exclusive Video)
According to reports, the Muzrai department of Karnataka had issued an order, instructing as many as 80 temples under its jurisdiction to transfer Rs 12.3 crore for the Kodagu hit victims. Questioning this, a petition was filed against the Kumaraswamy government by a VHP leader.