Priests and administrators of the Mahakal Temple in Ujjain swear a pledge to obey traffic laws.

Mahakal temple priests, mahants, and administrative officials took an oath to follow traffic laws and inform nearby people about it . Priests, purohit, mahant of the Mahakal temple, and the temple committees servants took the oath to obey the traffic laws and drive safely .

On Friday, in response to the increasing incidence of road accidents and for traffic safety, Mahakal temple priests, mahants, and administrative officials took an oath to follow traffic laws and inform nearby people about it on Mahakaleshwar temple premises in Madhya Pradesh's Ujjain district.The priests and priests of the Mahakal Temple Management Committee gave prayer and then took the oath together, according to the temple's pastor.We took an oath to follow the traffic laws, and we hope to inspire our other family members as well as followers to follow the traffic laws.We encourage all devotees around the country to follow the rules so that their lives and families are safe.

Priests, purohit, mahant of the Mahakal temple, and the temple committee's servants took the oath to obey the traffic laws and drive safely.Mahant Vineet Giri said, Today we have decided to comply with the traffic laws, including helmets, use seat belts in four wheelers,

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