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Engineers are meeting to give a face-lift to Yatri Nivas

A Technical Sub-committee under the aegis of ‘Yatri Nivas Nirman Committee’ of Shri Shri Radha Madhavjiu Mandir, Radhahakunda, Mathura, UP, is scheduled to be formed in a meeting to be held at VIP Road, Kolkata on 2nd/3rd July 2009. It was felt in Maligaon Adhibeshan, Guwahati, held in March, that a complete face-lift is required to the Mandir Complex.

Therefore, it was decided to invite renowned engineers from various quarters to have their expertise on the construction of the Yatri Nivas and its adjoining areas of the Mandir Complex.

The meeting would discuss on various specifications of Architectural requirements to the Complex.

After the completion of the meeting, the team would proceed to Nabadwip on 4th July to inspect the Mandir Complex and to see the lay out of the Yatri Nivas specially, at Radha Gobinda Mandir.

On 8th July the team would proceed to Radhakunda, Mathura to attend the final meeting with the members of the Central Committee of Shri Shri Radha Madhavjiu Seva Parichalan Samiti.

The following engineers will arrive on 30th June onwards in Kolkata for the preliminary meeting.

Shri Kajal Kanti Sinha
Addl. Chief Engineer (Civil) Rtd (Tripura)
from New Delhi

Shri Braja Kishore Sinha
Rtd. Chief Engineer (Civil Engineer)
From Kolkata

Dr Ashok Sinha
Prof. Civil Engineer, NIT, Silchar

Shri Bishwajit Sinha
Mechanical Engineer
New Delhi

Shri Rebati Mohan Sinha,
Rtd. Naval Architecture
from Mumbai

Shri Bijit Kr. Sinha
Mechanical Engineer
From Kolkata
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