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Meeting held to built Shri Shri Bhubhaneshwar Sadhu Thakur Mandir

On 23 rd March 2008, a meeting took place at Mr. Shiva Prasad Sinha’s residence at Fort William, Kolkata to discuss upon acquiring a plot of land either in North or South Kolkata for the construction of a Mandir of Shri Shri Bhubhaneshwar Sadhu Thakur. People present in the meeting were requested to search for a better plot and they have agreed to do so.

Mr. Rebati Mohan Sinha, the Working President of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM) presided over the meeting. In his speech he expressed his happiness to be a part of the gathering where Shri Shri Bhubhaneshwar Sadhu Thakur’s teachings were discussed. He even pressed upon the unity among the Bishnupriya Manipuri inhabitants of Kolkata and its suburbs.

Mr. Nirmal Sinha assured in the gathering that they will continue celebrating Bishnupriya Manipuri festivals along with the Birth Anniversary of Sadhu Thakur. Mr. Rajat Sinha who was present in the meeting expressed his sorrowness to the deteriorating standard of education prevailing in the B.M.villages in Assam and Tripura. He requested the gathering to find a way out to improve the quality of education in those villages. He also told the gathering that they can not just scalp of their responsibilities towards the Bishnupriya Manipuri society which they are part of it.

On this point, Mr.Rebati Sinha intervened, saying, "the parents and guardians should be held responsible for the present affairs because they have no time to even look at the Progress Report of their wards. They are busy in ‘Village Politics’ i.e (Dola-Doli)".

People present there have cheered up by clapping their hands. There were no points to dwell upon for the day, the president called off the meeting in a happy note.


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  1. i requist the organisers to consider the feasibility of constructing a guest house, adjacent to the proposed sadhu baba's mandir, for all the bms visiting kolkata

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  2. Dear Pradip,
    Your proposal of having a guest house adjacent to Sadhu baba's Mandir is well appreciated.Recently we bought a plot of land in PUNE for the construction of INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR SHRI SHRI BHUBANESHWAR SADHU THAKUR SEVASHRAM,where we are planning for a building, keeping entire ground floor for the Sevashram and remaining floors for the guests.And similarly we are planning for DELHI and KOLKATA sevashrams also.

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