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Mangal Path draws devotees to tenth Jeen Mata Mahotsav

Jamshedpur, Jan. 12: Bhajans made the devotees enthrall the whole night at the tenth annual Jeen Mata Mahotsav organized by city�s religious outfit Jeen Mata Pariwar, Jamshedpur.

On day two of the festivity famous artist from Kolkata Arvind Sehal and Lata Singh along with Pujari Anand Prashar from Jeen Dham Rajasthan and Lalit Parikh from Siliguri presented religious hymns at Dhalbhum Ground near Agrasen Bhawan in Sakchi which made the devotees enjoy every bit of the evening.

Pujari Anand Prashar from Jeen Dham Rajasthan hosted Jeen Shakti Mangal Path with Ganesh Vandana from 11 am were 551 women participated in the mangal path. All the women were seen in traditional Rajasthani attire. Bhajan evening started at 6 pm which went on till late in the night were more than 3000 devotees participated. Local artists Mahaveer Agrawal also presented bhajans.

Amid the presentation of Bhajans, 121 ft chunri was crowned to Jeen Mata which was special attraction of the evening. Three small children- Gungun, Harshu and Harshit presented dance which was appreciated by the devotees. For flame ignition Mr and Mrs Anil Agarwal and Mr and Mrs Ramesh Agarwal were present.

At the event several organizations for their social work were felicitated. The organizations including Marwari Yuva Manch Steel City Unit, Surbha branch, Sri Shyam Pariwar Charitable Trust, SHiv Mandir Committee Sakchi, Sri Shyam Sakhi Pariwar Sakchi, Sri SHiv Mandir Committee Golmuri, Rajasthan Kalyan Parishad Sakchi, Marwari Sammelan Sakchi branch officials were felicitated. On the occasion officials of Jeen mata Prachar Samiti from Ranchi, Bhubaneshwar, Bilaspur, Purulia and Siliguri.

To make the event successful Bajranj Lal Agrawal, Shambhu Khanna, Mahabir Moonka, Sunil Debuka, Rajkumar Ringasia, Natwarlal Singhania, Vinod Khanna, Pramod Khanna and other members of Jeen Mata Pariwar played vital role.

It may be noted that the two day festivity started on Monday, January 11, were procession was taken out on the first day from Sakchi Shiv Mandir.

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