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Jamshedpur, Aug 19: The city�s religious organization Shri Rani Sati Satsang Samiti of Jugsalai has organized a two day online Bhado Amavasya celebration that got underway today at 10 am with Mangal Path rendition by members and noted bhajan singing artistes Sunita and Govind Bharadwaj at their residence, Narayani-Nirmal Niwas. Aditi Bharadwaj sang bhajans from the Mangal Path during the session.� The evening session that commenced at 8 pm included devotional songs organized at the residence of Baijnath Sharma. Dadi devotees throughout India and abroad followed the online programmes today with devotional glee. Samiti members Baijnath Sharma, Jagdish Sharma, Sudhir Sharma, Manish Kedia and others presented devotional songs that enraptured all the online followers of the programme. The programme of devotional songs commenced with Ganesh Vandana.
Speaking on the occasion, Anil Kumar Ringasia informed that each year during Bhado Amavasya, members of the Samiti travelled to Jhunjhunu Dham on pilgrimage and paid obeisance at Dadiji�s temple. But this year, the programme had to be shelved in view of the lockdown arising out of COVID fear.
The other highlights of the first day�s programme today were decorating Dadi Ma with flowers, Chunri, Gajra and Mehendi Utsav and offerings to the deity that included traditional kheer, Puda, Puri and other delicacies. On the concluding day of this two day Bhado Amavasya devotional programme on august 19, the proceedings will commence at 7 pm at the residence of Sunita and Govind Bharadwaj where both the artistes along with others will render devotional songs. The programme will be telecast live on the couple�s Face Book page.
The Rani Sati Satsang Samiti team that is organizing this two day event includes the organization�s president Anil Kumar Ringasia, Kamal Agrawal, Jagdish Sharma, Ajay Agrawal, Baijnath Sharma, Vinod Garg, Manish Kedia, Govind Bharadwaj, Dilip Agrawal, Dipak Goyal, Dilip Ringasia, Sanjay Kasera, Rajesh Agrawal, Awtar Singh, Pradip Kumar Agrawal, Sudhir Sharma and Sumant Kumar.