Five thousand women participate in Mangal path
Jamshedpur : The 31st Basant Mahotsava organized on 11th and 12th January at Shakti Dham, Sakchi, near Agrasen Bhavan under the aegis of Sri Rani Sati Seva Sangh, Jamshedpur, a city-based cultural organization concluded on the buoyant note .
On the last day devotion was palpable as devotees participated in the devotional songs.
Manju Sharma from Jaipur led over 5 thousand women for mangal path. During which women sought blessings. Evening from 6.30 pm, various dignitaries were honored ceremony .
Night at 8 pm The two- day festival with Mahaarti rested with many memories . In two days, it seemed like a religious venue hereinafter Dadi jee had come.
The purpose of praying to organize society
The organizers said that their commitment to the success of religious function was an effort to organize society . Chandulal Balotia, Manoj Agarwal , Rajkumar Sanghi, Balmukund Goel , Kailash Sariakwala, Mahesh Goyal , Ramratan Kawantia , Dinesh Agarwal , Vijay Mittal , Jitendra Agrawal , Suresh Kawantia , Umesh Kawantia , Govind Dodrajka , Deevendra Jhunjhunwala played an important role.
�It was the grand event for the people of the city, especially members of the Marwari community living in and around Jamshedpur. The response was overwhelming on the day one.
Devotees worshiped Dadi Sati.,� said Chandulal Bhalotia, president of the organizing committee.The organizers said Dadi Sati was worshipped with around 50 kilogram bhog (offering).
They said the devotees attending the programme have been accommodated for free in 14 dharmashalas of the city. The devotees will not be charged for their stay in any way, organizers said.