Belthangady: “The union and state government shall provide flood relief to the flood victims of Karnataka and should boost their morale. God has warned us about the nature and the importance of water through the floods,” said Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari Dr Veerendra Heggade addressing the gathering at his 52nd coronation anniversary on Thursday Oct 24th. “Around 50 cutter machines will be given to farmers for agricultural processes from Dharmasthala, 20 machines of which have already been handed over to the farmers in Chitradurga,” said Dr Heggade. New initiatives “A new museum will be opened in Mysuru, an around 60-bed capacity Ayurveda Hospital for Ayurveda Colleges in Udupi and Hassan will be built. A new hospital building for nature therapy in Bengaluru and from Oct 30th, a world conference on Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala Rura; Development Project will be held, in which around 30 foreign delegates are expected to participate,” informed Dr Heggade, A cheque of Rs 2,51,001 was handed over by the Dharmasthala staff to MLA Harish Poonja for the flod victims of the state.
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