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Smriticharan Sabha held at Bikrampur

By Rebati Mohan Sinha

After a long 129 years, the Anchalik Committee of Bikrampur, consisting of nine villages had a privilege to organise a three-day program of General Assembly.

Photos in Slideshow

The delegates from all 22 Anchalik Committees, covering Assam, Tripura, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata, assembled at the said venue in the afternoon of March 5, 2010 to hoist the Radhamadhavjiu Mandir flag at the entrance of the Shripat gate and followed by the offering of flowers at the statue of Shri Shri Pundarikakkha Sharma, the founder of the Radhamadhavjiu Mandir, placed adjacent to the dais. 130 candles were lighted by the distinguished persons present on the occasion of the commencement of ‘Smriticharan’ sabha.

The secretary of the Samiti had read out the report on income and expenditure of the Mandir from 01 January to 31 December 2009. The budget of 2010 could not be passed in the assembly for certain technical points. However the interim budget would be tabled at the newly formed committee’s first working committee meeting, to be held in the month of May 2010. Shri Shyamsundar Sinha and Krishna Charan Sinha, are the President and the Secretary of the Samiti respectively.

The delegates were heard praising the Reception Committee for their unique touch of bringing our two Mandirs, Radhagobindajiu and Radhamadhavjiu at the venue by displaying the giant size of photographs depicting the Mandirs and Radha/shyamkunda, where people offering their last rites.

Delegates who could not visit these Mandirs were quite benefitted by the efforts put in by the committee. The closing ceremony was held by the lowering of the Mandir flag on the completion of forming the new committee on March 7th 2010.


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