Udupi: Valuables stolen from Mukhyaprana temple


News and pics: Pareekshith Shet

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (EP)

Udupi, Aug 30: A group of thieves had entered Manai math Mukhyaprana temple here after breaking open the door and decamped with valuables worth Rs 61,000 on Monday morning August 29.

The theft had occurred between 7 pm on Sunday night and 3 am on Monday morning. The thieves had broken the back door latch of Mukhyaprana temple, Manai math, Hiriadka Bommarabettu grama with the help of an unknown tool. They had later broken open the latch of the locks fixed to two doors at Garbha Gudi.

A silver armor weighing 1.5 kg fixed to Mukhyaprana deity idol, silver cover weighing 2 kg fixed to the podium of the deity, other silver jewellery and about Rs 1,000 cash from the donation box. Madhava
Upadhyaya (53) of Manai math has complained about it at Hiriadka police station.

  

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