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82-year-old woman is fasting for past 28 years in MP's Jabalpur for Ram Mandir construction

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82-year-old woman is fasting for past 28 years in MP's Jabalpur for Ram Mandir construction

82-year-old woman is fasting for past 28 years in MP's Jabalpur for Ram Mandir construction

82-year-old woman in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur is fasting from past 28 years for the construction of Sri Ram Temple.

The fast includes 'no consumption of grains; Urmila Chaturvedi consumed milk, curd and fruits for the past 28 years of her life.

The fast will break only after she consumes 'prasad' from the Ram Mandir.


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