UP Man Steals Shivling From Temple After His Prayers To Marry The Woman He Loves Go Unanswered

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UP Man Steals Shivling From Temple After His Prayers To Marry The Woman He Loves Go Unanswered

Many of us tend to think of God when we want something or are going through tough times. It’s common to seek help or comfort from a higher power during difficult moments. Nevertheless, the wait can feel extended and exasperating.

A man named Chhotu (27) stole a Shivling from a temple in the Kaushambi district of Uttar Pradesh. 

His motivation stemmed from a desire to marry the woman he loved, a wish that appeared unfulfilled due to family objections. 

Chhotu’s actions were driven by his hope that divine intervention, through prayers to Lord Shiva, might convince his family to accept his choice of a life partner. The police have since apprehended Chhotu and successfully recovered the stolen Shivling.

According to the local residents, Chhotu made it a daily routine to visit the village’s Shiva temple every morning. 

He strongly believed that his unwavering devotion would eventually influence his family members to change their minds.

Despite diligently offering prayers at the Shiva temple for an entire month, Chhotu witnessed no discernible change in his circumstances. 

According to the police, he resorted to stealing the Shivling in response to this frustration. 

On Wednesday, Circle Officer (CO) Abhishek Kumar of the area spoke to news agency PTI and said, “Chhotu stole the Shivling from the temple early on September 1 and hid it in the bushes.”

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Upon discovering the absence of the Shivling from the temple, concerned villagers promptly notified the police. A team from the Mahewa Ghat police station swiftly arrived at the village to initiate a thorough investigation.

“We detained Chhotu on suspicion on September 3. He later confessed to his crime,” said the officer. The police team also recovered the Shivling from the bushes.

The stolen Shivling was placed back in the temple.

The accused has been sent to judicial custody. Uttar Pradesh Minister Satish Sharma faced criticism recently. A video showed him washing his hands at a Shivling in Barabanki’s Lodheshwar Mahadev temple.

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The video depicted him using the ‘argha,’ or the base of the Shivling, with a priest’s assistance.

The Congress and the Samajwadi Party called for the minister’s resignation, accusing him of disrespecting Sanatan Dharma. Satish Sharma defended himself, stating he did nothing wrong and that the priest would have intervened if he had.

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