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Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur Janma-Mahotsav 2008

The 9th Annual General Body meeting of the Bhishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Sangathan Mumbai branch held on Sunday, the 21.09.2008 at 2.30 pm at Sri Bipul Sarma’s official resident, New Airport Colony, Santacruz.

Agenda of the meeting:

1. To observe one minute silence for the departed soul of late Guru Devendra Sinha, the president of the Sangathan.

2. To elect a president of the Sangathan.

3. To read out the minutes of last General Body meeting held at Andheri.

4. To receive from the Managing Committee, the report on preceding year’s working; together with the statements of accounts showing the income and expenditure for the period from 1st April to 31st march 2008 and balance sheet there upon.

5. To consider the audit memorandum, along with audit rectification report of the committee there on.

6. To appoint a member auditor.

7. To inform matters specifically requiring decision, concurrence or sanction of the General Body and pass appropriate resolution required,

8. To celebrate of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur Janmamahotsav.

10. To ratify the admission of new members.

At the outset, Sri Sri Bibulal Sinha, the secretary on behalf of Bhishnupriy Manipuri Sangathan expressed his sincere thanks to the members present there in the General body.

Sri Rebati Mohan Sinha was unanimously elected as President of the Sangathan in place of late Guru Devendra Sinha.

It was decided in the meeting that this year also Sangthan will celebrate the birth anniversary of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur.

Upon discussing and resolving on these points, the meeting ended in a good note.


  1. All the best Rebati Pisha for all your endeavour.
    We in Delhi are also seeking and sipping inspiration from Mumbai, Pune and Silchar on how well the Utsav is organized every year in these places. Hope we pull it off in Delhi this year.

    Do bless us too.


  2. For Henryy

    Our(Mumbaitees)good wishes willbe always with him,in fact to all Delhitees.He need not to worry.Mai hoo na!We are always with them and
    at a phone call away.


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