Jamshedpur, October 15:Jagriti Yatra dedicated to the 350th birth anniversary of 10th Sikh Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singhji was flagged of from Patna Sahib on October 13 and will reach Jamshedpur on October 20.
The devotees will get to see the Kirpan(The sword which is the emblem of courage and self-defense) which Guru Nanak Devji carried, two arrows used by Guru Gobind Singhji, handwritten �saroops� (copies) of the Guru Granth Sahib and other rare Sikh chronicles will be part of the historic Jagriti yatra and it would a moment to enrapture for the people.
The Central Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (CGPC) has started the preparations to welcome the Jagriti Yatra in Jamshedpur and make the event a historic one. CGPC Pradhan Inderjeet Singh on Friday met district administration officials and shared with them the detailed information about the yatra in steel city.
He also held discussion on the traffic, security and other facilities and seek their support in making the event successful. CGPC Pradhan appealed the Gurudwara committees to welcome the yatra in a manner that other don�t face problems specially the commuters on the road. He said that there should be adequate arrangements on the roads and traffic should be allowed to pass without difficulty.
CGPC officials are taking stock of the preparations with concerned Gurudwara committees from where the yatra will traverse. The Jagriti Yatra will be welcomed by CGPC at NH Bombay chowk at 4 pm on October 20.
From there the yatra will move towards Mango Gurudwara where the committee will accord a warm welcome.
From there the jagriti yatra in the form of nagar kirtan will traverse through Mango Bridge to Old court area through Sakchi roundabout will reach Sakchi Gurudwara premises.Inderjeet Singh further informed that the Jagriti Yatra will reach Nanded Sahib on November 1. The yatra was welcomed by HRD Minister Neera Yadav on its arrival at Koderma.