Update on Aug 9, 11:30 am ist
Be careful, the water rising on the Sukuvan-Dhukuvan dam Jhansi. Due to the rise in the Betwa river, the water in the Sukuwan-Dhukuwan dam has increased. Due to this the crowd of tourists has also increased here. The view here on Sunday was like a muddy one. The flood of water is increasing continuously, in such a situation, if you are going to Sukuvan-Dhukuwan dam for picnic, then definitely take care and stay away from water.
There was a huge crowd on the Sukuvan-Dhukuwan dam on Sunday. It was as if a fair had taken place. Some were reaching by four wheeler and some by two wheeler. Despite the rain, the crowd of those who reached here was not decreasing. Sukuvan- On reaching Dhukuvan, there was a crowd of people at food and drink shops including corn, banana, sev, bhelpuri, samosa. A lot of water bottles were being sold.
Many people were here to have fun. Most of the people were taking selfies with mobile phones. People were also taking the risk due to repeatedly entering the water on the banks of the river. It was the duty of the police here and was repeatedly removing those who entered the water from there. Some people were taking selfies while sitting on the stairs leading to the top of the dam.Police was removing them too. The process of going here and there continued throughout the day. Barricading was done by tying a rope, so people could not move forward on the Rapata, but people were going across the rope as well. people performed kirtanSukuvan - Among the thousands of people who came to have fun on the Dhukuvan dam, there were some people who were worshiping God instead of having fun on the banks of the dam on the pretext of having a picnic on Sunday. Army constable Mukesh Kumar, resident of Mahasamund district of Chhattisgarh, had come with his family to see the view of the dam. He also brought dholak with him. On the beat of this dholak, his family members were worshiping the Lord. All the people were singing bhajans like Raghupati Raghav Rajaram… and Akshatam Keshavam… with closed eyes. He said that there is less time in everyday life, so we take the name of God on Sundays. There is also a feeling of nature on the banks of the dam. After bhajan, we will have food and go back.