Who Is Dhirendra Krishna Shastri? What Is The Superstition Challenge Row?

Dhirendra Krishna Shastri is the head of the Bhageshwar Dham temple situated in Madhya Pradesh. He is also known as the ‘Bhageshwar Dham Sarkar.’

Madhya Pradesh: Bhageshwar Dham temple head Dhirendra Krishna Shastri has been making rounds on social media and news channels. Recently, in an incident captured on video that later went viral on social media, Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti challenged the self-styled godman during its Ramkatha event in Nagpur. Shastri left midway through the event, raising questions over his alleged “powers”.

“Earlier, I held a court for seven days but you didn’t come. If I get a chance, I will come again. But now, I accept your challenge. You are welcome to Raipur between January 20-21. I will hold the court there. I will pay for your ticket,” he was quoted as saying by Times Now.

Dhirendra Krishna Shastri is a Hanuman Bhakt and a Sanatan Dharma follower. He is 26 years old. He head’s the Bhageshwar Dham temple located in Chhatarpur region of Madhya Pradesh.

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Dhirendra Shastri holds a huge base of widespread audience who believes in his miraculous powers. He was born in 1996. He conducts courts in various parts of the country and undeniably attracts a huge crowd.

The Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti has claimed that Shastri is a fraud. The organization challenged him to show a miracle at a Ramkatha event in Nagpur. He reported ‘fled’ the event as per Hindustan Times reports.

In an interview with Aaj Tak Dhirendra Shastri clarified that he did not flee Nagpur alongside he also invited people to come and witness his upcoming events in Raipur. In a similar video with Aaj Tak Shastri said, “I do not have any miraculous powers, I have nothing to prove and I am just a  just a servant at the feet of Bageshwar Balaji. I do as he inspires me.”

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