Jaipur, May 15: Hordes of devotees thronged the Hanuman Temple near which several bomb blasts went off in Jaipur on Tuesday evening, sending out a strong message to extremists that their type of violence would not be tolerated.
"We prayed to God that there should be a feeling of brotherhood. Devotees should continue worshipping," said Prem Kumar, the temple priest. The blasts occurred in a one km radius targeting temple devotees and shoppers. About 65 people were killed and over 200 were injured by the blasts. Devotees said they were still shell shocked by the ghastly incident, but had faith in the Almighty.