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Work Commencement Of Yatri Nivas-Building



Radha Kunda, Mathura: All the delegates from New Delhi, Mumbai and Agartala arrived on July 07, 2008 at Radha kunda and their lodging and boarding were specially arranged by Mandir sevait at nearby Meera Banik Dharmashala.

The sevait of Shri Shri Radha Madhavjiu Mandir received Shri Kajalkanti Sinha, the President, Nirman Committee and it’s members. Shri Rebati Mohan Sinha, the special invitee, was given a warm reception by all at the entrance of the Naat Mandir, the venue of the meeting. He was requested to attend that meeting by executive committee.

The mandir management committee member, Shri Mohan Singh Choudhury welcomed the delegates at the venue. The meeting started with a jayadhwani of ‘Radhe- Radhe’ at around 11.30am. The President of the Nirman Committee had chaired the meeting. In his speech, he explained the purpose and benefit of having such a meeting at the construction site. He also said that, due to the discrepancy noticed in the drawing, the construction work could not commenced, and therefore a review meeting had to be called at his house on 13th may at Delhi, where Shri Rebati Mohan Sinha from Mumbai and Shri Bishwajit Sinha from Delhi were present along with others. After a thorough discussion, it was decided that one more meeting ought to be held at site i.e., at Radhakunda, to finalize the drawing. He requested Shri Rebati Mohan Sinha to take part in all discussions with the architect, under his chairmanship.The following starred points were unanimously resolved in the meeting for discussion with the architect.

(1) To keep 20% open space (fresh air) while finalizing the building plan.

(2) To keep the holy well undisturbbed, thereby shift the building further away.

(3) Blue print of the buildgings to be amended as required, keeping in view of comfort of the yatris.

(4)The lining out of building plan on the ground for commencement of work, to be completed with the help of the architect in presence of all members.

(5) Sky walk to be introduced between building A and B for easy passage at 1st floor level.

On July 08 at 09.30 AM. again the president, Nirman committee chaired the meeting.The architect from Nabadwip was represented by a draftsman, named Shri Ashim Ghosh. The above mentioned points were thoroughly discussed and had been agreed upon to amend the drawing accordingly. He had expressed his satisfaction over the brief on various points prepared by Shri Rebati mohan Sinha on behalf of Nirman committee.

On July 09.2008 at around 08.30 AM.the draftsman, Shri Ghosh came to the site with a amended working drawing to mark the lay out of building plan on the ground, with the help of a Rajmistri with his team. As soon as the marking was over, the draftsman was instructed to list out all amended points to incorporate in the final drawing of the building plan. The construction committee was represented by Shri Kajalkanti Sinha, president, Shri Krishnakanta Das Babaji, incharge of inspection, Shri Chittatosh Sinha, member. The special invitee, Shri Rebati Mohan Sinha had assisted the team in all respect. Shri Krishnakanta Das Babaji himself is a diploma holder in civil engineering, so the president had given the additional job of selection of resources ie men and material either from Mathura or Gobardhan with the help of Shri Chittatosh Sinha.

The meeting was adjourned on completion of lay-out marking on the ground.All the delegates were requested for Prasadi at Naat Mandir at around 12 noon.Prior to departure for Delhi, the Nirman Committee President had thanked Shri Krishna Kanta Das Baba for the services rendered by his inmates and purohit of Mandir .




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  2. Really thankful for sharing the happenings regarding Yatri Nivas in Rathakunda..it is really informative and at least it will give a picture of the developmental works being done there..and i thank all the delegates of Nirman committee for taking the pain to visit Mathura for the same..

    Regards..Ranita

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