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Radha Madhavjiu Seva Puja Parichalan Samiti’s 129th annual Adhiveshan held at Radha Madhav Sevashram, Guwahati on March 15-17

By Rebati Mohan Sinha, Guwahati, Assam

The 129th Annual Adhiveshan of Sri Sri Radha Madhavjiu Seva Puja Parichalan Samiti, held at Radha Madhav Sevashram, Maligaon, Guwahati on March 15, 16 and 17, 2009, took review of the matters related to accounts, approving the minutes of the last Annual Adhiveshan held at Tinokhal, Karimganj, Assam, and appointment of a member-auditor and an external auditor for audit.

The three day long Adhiveshan was attended by delegates from Assam, Tripura and Maharashtra.

The meet discussed on the activities carried out by the Samiti during the last year and also on the income and expenditure by it in the January 1- December 31, 2008 period. Consideration of audit memorandum, along with the audit rectification of the committee also became the part of the agenda in the meeting.

Other points that came up in the agenda of the meeting are:

To inform matters specially requiring decision, concurrence or sanction of the Adhiveshan and pass appropriate resolutions required such as:

  • To give concurrence for inviting sponsors to complete two buildings of Yatri Nivas at Radha-Kunda, Mathura, UP.

  • To change the name from ‘Radha Madhav Seva Puja Parichalan Samiti’ to ‘Radha Madhav Seva Parichalan Samiti.’

  • To form the Constitution Amendment Committee.

  • To discuss the issues of common interest.

On March 17 at the Prakashya Sabha, the President declared the end of the three day’s Adhiveshan. The conclusion of the Adhiveshan was marked with famous Bishnupriya Manipuri singers Sushanta Sinha from Mumbai and Srimati Khela Mukherji from Tripura mesmerizing rendition. Guwahati-based singers also participated in the cultural program.

The Mahila Samiti of Greater Guwahati was in the helm of serving delegates with morning breakfast to dinner in the night including evening tea with snacks. Utmost care in the arrangement of food and lodging for the participants were well taken care by the hosts. The transportation of delegates from their lodge to the site of meeting for three days was something that was appreciated by everybody.

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  1. A round of applauds to the people who organized the occasion and to them too who participated. Day by day, we are networking more and more and the consciousness of Bishnupriya Manipuri is raising continuously. It is a good sign for the development of our community.

    Dedicating the song "JAI HO...." of A.R.Rahman to the people involved in this occassion.


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