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Bhubaneswar Sadhuthakur Abirbhav Tithi Mahotsav Celebrated at Maligoan

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Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati

141st Abirbhav Tithi Mahotsav of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhuthakur was celebrated with full gaiety and in traditional manner on 07th November, 2010 and 08th November, 2010 at Sri Sri Radhamadhav Sevashram, Maligaon, Guwahati.


The programme started on 07.11.2010 at 04.30 p.m with flag hoisting followed by Sandhya Aratis and Adivaas Kirtan(at 09:30 pm). Next day on 08.11.2011 early morning at 05:30 a.m, the programme started with Mangal Aratis, lighting of 141 earthen lamps and discussion on the life sketch of Sri Sri Sadhuthakur. At 10:00 am, Rash Kirtan started which continued till 05:00 pm. The chief artists participated in the Rash Kirtan were “Isalpaas” – Sri Anjan Sinha from Dullabcherra (Karimganj District), Shri Kul Chandra Sinha from Pratapgarh, Patharkandi, Shri Prahlad Sinha from Bamunimaidan (Guwahati) and in “Dakulas” (Drumist) were Shri Shyamol Sinha from Fetipaat(Dullabcherra), Shri Basanta Sinha from Guwahati accompanied by other Kirtanis. People from Guwahati and outside Guwahati gathered in the occasion in large numbers.



On the same day in the city, the Abirbhav Tithi Mahotsav of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhuthakur was also celebrated at Christianbasti (Malthep) followed by a cultural programme.



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