Udaipur. Trustee of Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation, Udaipur, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, released the annual calendar Udaipur 'Mewar' ke Shree Vishnu Devalaya' published by Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust, Udaipur.
On the occasion of the calendar's release, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar said that the Mewar state has been following Shaivism. Yet, Mewar has always welcomed all religions and sects in Mewar with respect. For this reason, the influence of Sanatan, Vaishnav, Vallabhkul, Nimbark, Kabirpanthi, Ramsnehi, etc. sects is also prominently found in this holy land of Mewadnath Parameshwara Ji Maharaj Shri Eklingnath Ji. Mewar has always adopted the spirit of co-religion among all religions.
In the annual calendar for the new year 2023, published in collaboration with the Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation, this time, the effective forms of Shri Vishnu Devalayas of Udaipur 'Mewar' have been shown. First, the calendar picture of Aaradhyadev Parameshwaraji Maharaj Shri Eklingnathji of Mewar has been given. In the annual calendar, mainly Thakur ji Shri Jagannath Raiji, Jagdish Mandir, Thakur ji Shri Gokul Chandram ji, Thakur ji Shri Jagat Shiromani ji, Thakur ji Shri Jawan Suraj Bihari ji (Shri Banke Bihari ji), Thakur ji Shri Ejan Swaroop Bihari ji, Thakur Ji Shree Uday Shyamji, Thakur Ji Shree Vishnu at Kailasapuri and Thakur Ji Shree Uday Shyamji at Udaisagar have been depicted. In the calendar, along with the pages from January to December, historical information has been provided in two pages showing pictures of other prestigious Vishnu temples of Udaipur 'Mewar'.