Friday, June 21, 2024

Celebration of 45th Year of Pratistha Divas Of Sri Jagannath Mandir, Hauzkhas, New Delhi

New Delhi : Sri Nilachal Seva Sangha Delhi Celebrated its 45th Prathistha divas (Foundation day) of Sri Jagannath Mandir Yesterday i.e. on 26th January-2023 on the Auspicious day of Holy Basanta Panchami at Hauzkhas New Delhi in a devotional Atmosphere in the Presence of near about Seven thousands devotees and devout People. For this Occasions the Preparation were Started a night before the Puja and entire Mandir Premises was Fully decorated with Colourful Flowers. The Programme Started in the Early Morning With Mangal Arati of Sri Bigraha Followed by Bishnu Sahasra Nam, Surjya Puja Homo and Special jagnya Puja ritual organized by the Seva Sangha. The Homo Started at 10.A. M. Secretary of Sri Nilachal Seva Sangha cum Sri Jagannath Mandir Sri Rabindra Pradhan and his Wife Sabita Pradhan both Performed the Homo and Purnaahuti . Meanwhile Priest,Sanatan Padhi, Jagabandhu Das, Debbrat mishra, Preananda Satapathi, Sontosh Panda Were Chanting the Baidika Mantra. The Homo ended With Purnaahuti at 05.30.P. M in the evening and Atati Was Offered to all the Deba, Debi inside the Temple. Vice President of the Mandir Mr.Khirod Patra, Joint Secretary Ashok Pradhan, Abhya Pradhan,Treasure of the Sangha, Mr, pankaja kumar Mahanty, Sr. Member of the Executive body Committee Jitendar Mahapatra (Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court, Aviram Sutar, Ashok Nayak,Ambuly Ojha, Bijaya Kumar Sahu and Mandir Manager Rasmi Ranjan Behera were Present and Smoothly Managed the entire Function. Among Others those Who Attended in this Function were, Dr. Ashok Kumar Choudhari the Associated Professor of Liver and Belly disease, Dr. (Mrs) Bishnupriya Sahu Paediatrician, Mr. Pitabasa Mishra the editor of Utkal Mail and N. F. Times, Sontosh Kumar Rout, Advocate and Some Other respectable Person’s were also Present to grace this Spiritual event. With the fully dedicated and Sincere Management by all the Office bearers and Sebayat The Function Started in the Early Morning and Successfully Completed With Purnaahuti in the Evening by 6.P.M.

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