Somnath Temple

Article by H.H. Younus AlGohar · April 27, 2013

‘Som’ means ‘the Moon’ and ‘Nath’ means ‘God’. There is a temple in India known as the Somnath Temple and it has a principal statue fitted in the middle of the temple.

On the 14th night of every month, when the Moon is full, the rays of Moon falls on this statue. Whoever in that moment prays to that statue, his prayers are answered. This is because of the Reflection of Kalki Avatar Ra Gohar Shahi's Image in the Moon

Followers of Sanatan Dharma worship the Moon also. They say, ‘Our God lives in the Moon.’ This is why wives fast (soum) and pray to the Moon for the long life of their husbands. They obtain blessings of Kalki Avatar Ra Gohar Shahi's image that shines on the Moon.

‘Somnath’ means ‘Moon God’.

In the presence of this piece of evidence, nothing else is necessary to convince one that His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi is Kalki Avatar.

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