Amidst the raging wave of the Jailer, Rajinikanth is on a spiritual journey, with images of his Himalayan expedition flooding social media. He arrived at the Badrinath temple in Uttarakhand and additionally explored the Vedic Vyasa cave in Mana village. He also engaged in direct interactions with local residents and community members. The images and videos of these interactions quickly spread across the internet.
Vyasa Cave is an age-old cavern situated at an elevation of approximately 3000 metres, found at the merging point of the Alakananda and Saraswati Rivers, just three kilometres from the renowned Badrinath Temple. Vyasa Guha Cave is believed to be the location where Veda Vyasa composed the Mahabharata, aided by Ganapati. It’s also the site where the 18 Puranas and Brahma Sutras were believed to be composed, along with the classification of the four Vedas. Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati, is renowned for assisting Vyasa Harshi in transcribing his verses into written form.
His journey through North India is advancing under the guidance of Padmanabha Yogananda, the spiritual mentor of the star. He arrived in Jharkhand and had a meeting with Governor CP Radhakrishnan. The governor shared pictures of their meeting on Twitter. The governor posted the pictures along with the caption, “Welcome to the land of Jharkhand; delighted to meet Rajinikanth”. Rajinikanth’s visit to Ranchi was highly confidential. When the governor shared his pictures, many individuals identified his presence. Rajinikanth also participated in prayers at the country’s prominent Siddhapeeth, Chinnamasta Temple.