update on Aug 13, 11:45 pm ist
Viral Photo: Husband had died in an accident a few years ago, the wife could not forget him for a long time, so she got her husband's temple built near her house. Now daily worships her in the temple.
In Andhra Pradesh's Prakasam district, a wife built a temple and worshiped her husband's idol there. Coming from a very old Khayalat family, Padmavati had always seen her mother worshiping her father and chose the same path in her life as well.Ankireddy and Padmavati got married but unfortunately the husband died in an accident four years ago. Padmavati's life was ruined and she did not know what to do, because with the passage of time she could not forget her husband.
wife worships husband's idol According to ABP Desam, when Padmavati was asked the reason for building a temple for her deceased husband, she said that a few days after her death, Ankireddy appeared in her dream and asked her to build a temple for him. Padmavati reveals how she built a temple for her husband.She erected a marble idol in the form of her husband and said that I have been worshiping him since then. She also said that when her husband was alive, she used to see him as God.She erected a marble idol in the form of her husband and said that I have been worshiping him since then. She also said that when her husband was alive, she used to see him as God.
Surprised people by building a temple Padmavati also revealed that Pooja and Abhishek will be performed on Ankireddy's special days including his birthday. It is said that on every full moon, Padmavati has served free food to the poor in a temple built for her husband.He said that his son Sivashankar Reddy does these services with the help of Tirupati Reddy, a friend of Ankireddy. Sivashankar Reddy, son of Ankireddy and Padmavati, said he was fortunate to be born to parents who respected those values.
There was another similar case Unfortunately, Mogulappa breathed his last in 2013 and this could not be tolerated by his grandson. Then he decided to build a temple on his land in the memory of his grandfather. Mogulappa's grandson, Ishwar, said that he spent a total of Rs 24 lakh to build the temple.In a similar incident, a grandson built a temple for his grandfather in Telangana. Mogulappa was a resident of Navalga village in Vikarabad district and had no children. He adopted a child and raised him as his own child as a grandson.