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Meeting held to discuss Shishya-Proshishya Sammilan

Shishya-Proshishya Sammilan on Obhishek Aradhana Mahotsav 

A preliminary meeting took place at Radha Gobinda Mandir precincts in Nabadwip, West Bengal, on January 16-17, 2010, to discuss the budget and other related matters for the forthcoming Shishya-Proshishya Sammilan on Obhishek Aradhana Mahotsav, to be held in January 2011 on the auspicious occasion of Maghi-purnima Celebration.

Rebati Mohan Sinha requested both Sevait and the member of Inspection Committee to expedite the installation of white marble statue of Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur in the Natmandir (malthep), facing the Radha Gobinda idols, on that very celebration day.

He also requested the sevait to go for computerisation of mandir accounts and also open an e mail ID for future communication. He further suggested for a creation of website in near future for people to know the activities of Mandir. The meeting was chaired by the Chief Advisor of the mandir, Rakhaldas Debabarmana.

In the meeting, Mairang Singha Debabarmana, Sevait; Krshnadhan Sinha, Mandir Administrator; Gopa Kumar Sinha, Member, Inspection Committee; Rebati Mohan Sinha Invitee from Mumbai; Manika Sinha, Invitee from Shillong and Ranju Sinha as observer, were present.

Photo: Rebati Mohan Sinha


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