After one set back in the social media Navarasanayaka Jaggesh has silenced himself. He is now not clear on going for campaign to state assembly elections. That is because of regular shoot of his ‘Premiere Padmini’ on floor in one stretch.
Behind the screens Jaggesh is amazed with the significance of ‘Kala Bhaireshwara’ temple. It was his recent visit to Mayasandra, of Turuvekere in Tumkur district changed his thoughts. An ardent devotee of Sri Raghavendra Swamy, Jaggesh had goose bumps when he went his native place where 1827 ‘Kala Bhaira’ temple is neglected. He had vibrations and that made him to construct a temple.
As a customary practice Jaggesh went to Kashi Vishwanath temple up north to get a sacred ‘Kadga’ to his leg. He came straight to his village for around 6 feet height statue of Sri Kala Bhaireshwara. He asked to maintain the original idol of 1827 that is two and half feet.
Picking brick by brick the new bricks are adjusted to give a new facelift to the ancient temple. What about election campaign Jaggeshji. I will be follower of Narendra Modi comes the answer.