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Kang Pali faces rough weather

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In a meeting held at Manglapuri, New Delhi on June 7, 2009 the attendees discussed array of topics from stationery, to land, to finalization of venue, to the logistics related to the organizing the Kang Pali, to be held on June 25, 2009.

The meeting was participated by Bishnupriya Manipuri people from Manglapuri, Sagarpur, Shyam Vihar, CR Park, Gurgaon and from other areas of Delhi.

No consensus was built on finalizing the nitty-gritty involved with the organizing the Kang Pali. Participants preferred organizing the puja at their pocket areas.

Problems have cropped up with the content of the receipt books, letter heads, due to which donation-drive can’t be carried out. With the prevailing sentiments there is less probability that the puja could take place on time, and on a grand scale.

Failure of celebrating the puja collectively by the Bishnupriya Manipuri residents of Delhi and NCR region will douse the spirit and confidence of the people on the Samity.

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  1. In Metro cities like Delhi,having a meeting itself is a great thing.
    Having read the content of the article I find nothing new. It happens in our community quite often,so nothing to worry. Carry on doing things like this.
    Kaang Pali can be organised in pockets,whoever can attend,let them do so; but maintain the sanctity of the purpose.If u can`t
    observe nine days,observe only a day or three.

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