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Celebration of 142nd Janma Baisakhi Of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur At Diphu, Karbi Anglong

By Deepak Singh

142nd Abhirbav Tithi of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur observed at Radha Krishna Sevashram, Krishna Nagar, Diphu with two days programme held on 27th and 28th Oct. 2011 with full of devotion, gaiety in presence of lots of enthusiastic people from Diphu, Bokajan and other adjoining areas.

Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur celebration at Diphu, Karbi Anglong

Programme was started on 27th October morning with Gobardhan Puja. Art competition was held in the memory of Lt. Kamini Devi, organised and donated by Smt. Sabita Sinha, Teacher Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Diphu at 4:00 pm Ghota Sthapan was held, 6 pm in the evening Sabdhya Arati started at 7:00 pm followed by Geeta Path which was performed by Sri Binoy Krishna Sharma of Luarpua, Karimganj. Adhibas was started at 9:30 pm followed byprasad vitaran.

2nd Programme was started with Mangala Arati and Pravat Pheri where lots of devotees from the community took part at 4:30 am. Brief discussion was held on life and teaching of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur. Rasa kirtan was started at 11:00 am which was graced by Sri Bidya Sing Engleng, Hon’ble MLA, Diphu as chief guest and Smt. Kuntila Ronghangpi Hon’ble E.M Karbi Anglong Autonomus Council, Diphu as guest of honour. They were felicitated with traditional way of lei chandan, Khutei and Talaphuti. They were greeted by Sri Amiyo Sinha, President of Utjapan Committee and Sri Putul Sinha, President of Mandir Committee on behalf of entire Bishnupriya People of Diphu. Sri Babananda Sinha outline regarding life history of Sri Sri Sadhu Thakur, Hon’ble MLA and EM giving away the prizes to the winner of Art Competition.

Rasa Kirtan at Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur celebration at Diphu

Hon’ble EM of KAAC as guest of honour promises for all-round help for development of the society in particularly referred for development of approach road. As chief guest, Hon’ble MLA assured the gathering for taking up development of Mandav as well as approach road by this financial year. It was followed by having of Prasad by all devotees who attended the programme. Lastly Dharma Sabha was held at 4:30 pm followed by ending ceremony. President, General Secretary and other active members on behalf of Utjapan Committee cordially tender their humble appreciation to all the esteem devotees directly, indirectly help for cause which make the programme grand success.


  1. never knew so many Bishnupriya Manipuris are in Diphu..thanks for whatever u people have done and best wishes for the years to come..

  2. Please tell me the Birth date and expired date of Sri Sri   Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur, Thanks


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