Meeting Smt. Sheila Dikshit Ex. Chief Minister at her residence
ASTROLOGER RADHA KRISHAN VERMA
Lal Kitab expert with 30 years of professional experience. Expert in Shani consideration, Manglik Yog, and Kaal-Sarp Yog 325, Sector 19, Panchkula
First published in the Punjab Kesri newspaper on 19 October, 2003
It was reported in the news in October 2003 that the floor around the Shri Shani Mandir in Panchkula is exhibiting a peculiarity. During the night, half the floor remains warm while the other half becomes cold! This was discovered by Mr. Virendra Sharma, a resident of Sector-11 Panchkula. This has lead to excitement among the local residents, who believe this to be a sign of Shani Dev’s power.
There is another aberration that has been witnessed at the temple site. There was an old, fully grown, tree close to the idol of Shani Dev when the temple and the idol were establish. The shadow of that tree fell on Shani Dev’s idol. Slowly but surely, the tree began to dry up. As of today, the entire tree has dried up, and there are not more than 2 or 3 dried branches left. The tree no longer has any leaves, and no part of its shadow falls of the idol of Shani Dev at any time of the day! Locals say that the tree dried up because Shani Dev does not like any kind of roof over his head. It is believed that Shani Dev is exhibiting his power at this temple, which has made this temple even more holy. After the discovery of these miracles, a yagya was held at the temple.
The Shani temple and the idols was established with proper rituals in October 2000 by Astrologer R. K. Verma. There is an idol of Shri Shani Dev in the temple that has Shani Dev sitting on a buffalo. The Shani idol and the idols of the 9 planets in the NavGraha temple were gifted by gifted by Astrologer Verma to the temple.
The picture on the left was taken in October, 2003, when the tree had begun to dry up. The picture on the right was taken from the same angle in July, 2006. the picture on the right shows that the tree, which still had leaves in 2003, is now totally barren. The Shani temple is located in Sector-19, Panchkula, Haryana.
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First published in the Punjab Kesri newspaper
on 19 October, 2003