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Sadhu Thakur Aabirbhav Tithi Mahotsav in Bangalore

Bangalore Bishnupriya manipuris are organizing the 141st Shri Shri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur Aabirbhav Tithi Mahotsav on the 21th of November, Sunday. We, the organizing committee, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Bangalore, welcome all Bishnupriyas residing in Bangalore and beyond, to be a part of the auspicious occasion.

Venue details-
Sri Krishna Temple
Sri Edneer Mutt
# 137, 1st Cross, 5th Block, Koramangala, B'lore- 95
(Before Jyoti Nivas College Lane, Opp.to Infosys)

Please contact the following numbers for any queries
Mrinal Sinha - 09886219539
Ramakanta Sinha (Bhanu)- 09886325081
Pratim Sinha (Himu)- 09738173615
Pannalal Sinha- 09986580570
Sushanta Sinha- 09972933131

For highlights of the program and timing, watch out this space for more, we'll keep you posted on the days to come.

Please be there to witness the grand occasion.

*Request everyone to pass on the message to anyone/everyone who you think might be willing to join and witness something special in Bangalore this time around.


Thank you
Organizing Committee

Comments

  1. hope all d bishnupriya manipuri in bangalore should grw our culturee to high level

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  2. Organizing Committee22 October 2011 at 19:23

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    Hoping to see everyone on the grand occasion. Because if you're not there, you are missing whole lot of cultural activities that would be part of the event.

    The event starts from 8am in the morning and would continue till 5pm
    There's a grand Puja organised this time (Please be available on time early on, you won' t see this very often in B'lore)
    There are lot of kids performing this time, lot of songs for you to choose your best from, dances to watch out for, display of ethnic dress codes. Needless to say, how often do you have Bandaras in B'lore...come, enjoy one with your very own people.
    AND! AND!!
    There are a few surprises, announcements etc. waiting which only the people present (privileged few) would witness.

    So come, pray, feel Bishnupriya and spend some time with your roots.
    Once again, everyone is welcomed.

    Thanks
    Organizing Committee
    Bangalore

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