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Sadhu Thakur's b'day celeb at Shree Shiv Mandir, Andrews Ganj

With an objective to organise Sri Sri Bhubeneshwar Sadhu Thakur's 138 Birth Centenery on November 2, 2008 in New Delhi in a planned and much organised manner, a meeting held at Gurgaon yesterday took a review of the preparations and chalked out all the details that will go into the grandiose celebration of the day.

The meeting confirmed Shree Shiv Mandir, Sanatan Dharam Sabha, August Kranti Marg, Andrews Ganj, New Delhi, will be venue of the celebration. It is expected that above 250 strong Bishnupriya Manipuri Delhiites will be congregating on this day. In keeping view of this, the attendees elaborately discussed the measures that will go into the managing the mass of people, thus making it a success.

The highly attended meeting had a review on the monetary contributions of the Bishnupriya Manipuri people living in Delhi, NCR region for this occasion. The attendees also took decisions on the list of programmes that will be performed on this day.

However, alongside brainstorming on the particulars for organising the grand day, the participants pressed on the early registration of the Bishnupriya Manipuri, Delhi& NCR Nagarik Samity.

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