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Delhi Nagarik Samity organising get-together meeting in New Delhi on Dec 21, 2008

In order to bridge the communication gap amongst Bishnupriya Manipuri living in Delhi and NCR, the Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samity is organising a get-together meeting at Shyam Vihar, New Delhi on December 21, 2008. The Samity has taken a decision to organize the meeting at a farm house at Shyam Vihar. 

Taking a cue from the peoples’ reaction in the past events where it has been found as minimal, organising a get-together meeting came as a necessity to enhance comity amongst the residents living in Delhi and NCR. 

In the celebration of Abhirbhav Tithi of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur at Shiv Mandir, New Delhi on November 2nd, 2008, though it was a success on the part of people’s participation, lack of one-to-one countenance was nowhere visible in the day-long programme. Attendees only talked with their known relatives and friends; there were no interaction-platform with other people who had come to grace the occasion.

To plug the gap amongst ourselves, the interaction meeting comes at an opportune time. The Samity has taken a decision to take Rs 100 per person. 

For more information regarding the meet, readers can contact Mr Jishnu Sinha, at his mobile number 9910463339

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  1. This is a well deserved positive step towards man to man contact and interaction.Its not necessary that all of you will be together every time,some one will be away to urgent piece of work.No matter, go on having such get together in future too.My good wishes will be
    with you.God bless you.

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