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Bishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Sangthan, Mumbai unit invites Gov of Maharashtra SC Jamir

In a communiqué to the Honourable Governor of Maharashtra, Shri SC Jamir, the Bishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Sangthan, Pune, Mumbai has sought a meeting with him to invite him in the celebration of the birth anniversary of Shri Shri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur on November2, 2008. 

“We the 30 odd Bishnupriya Manipuri families from North East, specially from Assam, Tripura residing in Mumbai and its suburbs (are) celebrating the occasion every year under the banner of ‘Bishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Sangthan’, Pune Mumbai, … would like to invite the Honourable Governor to attend the celebration of the birth anniversary of Shri Shri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur” reads the communiqué addressed to The Officer on Special Duty, Governor of Maharashtra. 

The Bishnupriya Manipuri Kalyan Sangathan, Mumbai strives for the spiritual, social, economical, educational and cultural upliftment of the Bishnupriya Manipuri community and also mankind at large. This group also acts as a hub for educational, socio-economical, cultural, medical guidance and contribution to the people of Bishnupriya Manipuri community of Mumbai and also those coming from North East at large.

Shri Shri Bhubaneswar Sadhuthakur is the most profound spiritual leader in Manipuri history. The philosophy and teachings of Shri Shri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur is to impart service to the mankind irrespective of caste, creed, color and gender. His teachings are based on the universal religion of Naam Sankirtan (Pray by Chanting God).

This year the 138th birth anniversary will be celebrated on 2nd November, 2008 at new Airport colony, Vile Parle(E), Mumbai.

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  1. Invite te korlai nai.
    Jamir te aitoi ta?

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  2. On receipt of the invitation on 22nd October,the Governor through his
    OSD,sent us a message to meet him on 23rd Oct.at 1015 hrs,which we did.He listened us patiently and directed his OSD to do the needful.
    Our main intention of inviting Governor was to help us in having exposures as a B.M.community residing in Maharashtra,Pune-mumbai
    in particular through various media
    (print or electronic).His OSD has communicated us to send him a write up on our activities and the life of Sadhu thakur,which we are preparing to submit.
    We have offered a souvenir
    published on the occasion of Sadhu Thakur's Birth Anniversary to Governor,when he said that he would be shifting his residence to second capital of Maharashtra,
    Nagpur for forthcoming winter session of State Assembly,therefore
    he would not be able to attend the function on 2nd November.

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  3. Ufre nai son,
    Dhakat jawar mon.

    Invitation bigger than the result!

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  5. "Our main intention of inviting Governor was to help us in having exposures as a B.M.community residing in Maharashtra,Pune-mumbai
    in particular through various media
    (print or electronic)"

    Kya? Cant the media houses be approached directly? Why do you need a Jamir for giving you media exposure.
    Dada, aapne te yellow pages lo kotogo channels, media houses kotogo phone korlou te kita ahaan ona parlois. Ehan taar expertise naporer. If at all you had to approach a Government personality you should have approached the Minister, Mr. Munshi.
    Here the effort is more about meeting 'THE JAMIR' and less about getting thye job done.
    Therefore pics with Jamir khura is our consolation prize.

    Teinta..teinta...

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  8. I think Obai itao is absolutely right.
    We should first set our expectation right. It is childish to wish that Governor will be available out of his busy schedule, these are nothing but creating ...... rather you invite some of famous social activist who will really come and give value and good exposure.
    If people are happy to see few faces with Governor they should be ashamed to know that 02 of our Manipuri dancer recently performed in Delhi and met President in President house and do not even expect a photograph. This is a shame to delhi-ite (BM) also that they does not even know.

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  9. Baiyokgo, nagujuri. Tiue miye lokei ahanor manu osi para.
    Eta oilga tai: Mi Nangkoring. Mi Nagkoring. Mi Nangkoring tactics.

    On Manipuris dancers meeting the President, etai harpeilou, nang uta nau matai.
    Dancer ugiye nangkortai buliya nang utau nau matai.

    Mi. Mi. Mi. Mi.

    Ta nagoi. Ta te kya? Tei te Kungo?

    Mi. Mi. Mi.

    Iti gojo.

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  11. The entire credit goes to Sadhu Baba.
    Can you imagine Ganeshguri is a place, specially the place where the blast happened, normally you will find lot of BMs. But it is,almost all of BMs were in malthep (may be in different areas) in Maligoan to celebrate Sadhubaba's Tithi. Only one lady from Borbari was injured and admitted to Medical (out of danger). But one unfortunate news is one of the BM auto driver is not traceable. Not able to collect who he is apart from that he is from Hengrabari.Hope he is fine.

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