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ABIRBHAV TITHI MAHAUTSAV OF SRI SRI BHUBANESWAR SADHU THAKUR OBSERVED IN MANIPUR

22 Dec. 2012 Deepak Singha: The 143rd Abirbhav Tithi of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur was solicited at Ningthoukhong in Manipur. This is the first time the Tithi of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur was celebrated in the heart soul of Manipur. The celebration was observed on 11th December 2012 with rasakirtan headed by P. Krishna Kumar Singha. A meeting was held under presidentship of Kh. Nabakumar Singha, Ningthoukhong. Notable speakers included state president of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha Kh. Nabakumar Singha and centra vice president P. Rakeswar Singha. The meeting was addressed by Sri A.S Gautham President of BMSS and Mrs. Sefali Singha Chairperson of Mingal Mahila Mancha. The meeting attended by Sri Th. Tompak Singha and Sri Rabindra Singha. The young member of BMDC Sri Mrinal Kanti Singha inaugurated the meeting with song of Sadhu Thakur in Bishnupriya language.


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  1. Mr Deepak Singha whatever you have given as the report of manipur version should be proper. If you were present there , the report would not be like this? Plz find out the real news . Me MRINAL KANTI SINGHA ( MEMBER BMDC ,ASSAM) who was present there i,e at Ninthoukhang in manipur on that MAHAUTSAV. Thank you.

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