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140th birth anniversary of Shree Shree Bhubaneswar Sadhu baba in Bangaluru

By Shila Sinha, Bangaluru

On October 25, 2009, the 140th birth anniversary of Shree Shree Sadhu baba Bhuvenaswar mahotsav was celebrated at a Krishna temple of Kormangla in Bangalore. I was lucky to be a part of this auspicious occasion. I was rather surprised to see so many families and enthusiastic young stars present over there.

Before coming to Bangalore it was beyond my imagination that there would be such a big society of Bishnupriya Manipuri in this city which is the fastest growing city of information technology in India. I felt proud of my society.

At the beginning of the occasion, puja was held. After that cultural programme started and it continued for sometime. Everything took place very smoothly and systematically. For that I must give thanks to a few enthusiastic, energetic and lively youths namely Prabal, Mrinal, Swapan, Santosh & all. They left no stone unturned to accomplish this festival. After bandara interaction, session went on for sometime.

Many men and women employed in different profession introduced themselves and expressed their views regarding forming a committee to organize this sort of occasion in near future.

At the end I must not forget to convey my heartiest thanks to all seberies & ema indals who render their great help to make this auspicious occasion of Sadhu Baba mohotsav most successful.

Today is Imsha Imsha (Wednesday)

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  1. Before I could write something about the celebration,allow me to correct the very Mahotsav of 139th
    birth anniversary of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur,not 140th
    anniversary. It can be written as
    140th birth day instead of anniversary or 140th Janma Tithi of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur.

    After a long spell,my dear Prabal
    and his associates Mrinal, Swapan
    Santosh and many others did the job successfully. I am very much
    proud of people like Sri Debasis,
    Prabal and others whose names I can not recollect today, who had encouraged me by nodding their heads in response to my proposal of this festival, in the first ever meeting held in Bangalore, in the community hall of Trinity Acres at Kormangala.The credit goes
    first to Srimati Renu Sinha the mother of Debasis who made all the arrangement including evening snacks.

  2. Thank you Rebati mama for your encouraging words.

    Just to re-iterate one fact to the larger world. This event or for the matter, any event, cannot be performed by merely few visible hands. We too had a team, some in the forefront and few in the background, highly energetic, who wanted to bring about a change. The list is long, and i dont want to miss out anyone by not naming them here. But yes, this was definitely one hell of a TEAM WORK. It can only get better from here.


  3. dear rishi,
    During celebration of shree shree Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur we should remember Shri Rebati kaka for his detemination and dedication for the same at Pune ,mumbai,bangalore,kolkata, australia and may be more.
    I salute his motivation to people and making it a success.

    bipul sarma


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