Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Feb 03: The fourth Sai Mahotsav will be organized at the Michael John Auditorium in Bistupur on Saturday, March 21 without personal invitation to devotees who, however, will be informed through social applications, electronic and print media. It was decided at a meeting held in Jadugoda that all presidents and secretaries of Sai Temples in Kolhan Region will be called for a meeting to plan out the programme of Sai Jyot Mahotsav to be held at the Michael John Auditorium on March 21. This information was provided by Sai Manav Seva Trust president Kanhaiya Upadhyay.
Upadhyay said that like preceding years, this year too the Sai Jyot Mahotsav will have participation from Sai Mandir committees of Kolhan, Ranchi, Dhanbad and Ramgarh who will be invited shortly. The Trust�s patron BN Sinha stated that special attention would be given to publicity for the event. He said that special arrangements would also be made to welcome devotees. The consecrated food will be distributed by caterers.
Patron Pritam Bhatia informed that this year Sai Baba�s Jyot would be brought from the Sai Temple in Jadugoda which will be brought to the venue at Michel John Auditorium by a throng of devotees. Trust patron and founder of Sai Mandir Vijay Singh said that the next meeting would be organized at Hurlung Sai Mandir in Birsanagar where all devotees would be given important responsibilities.
Trust secretary Meena Prasad, secretary Ravishankar KP, secretary Vinod Rai, Suman Sharma and Sonari Sai Mandir founder Kusum Devi were presented shawls for their humanitarian activities. The meeting was anchored jointly by Pritam Bhatia and Sushil Agrawal while the vote of thanks was offered by Santosh Prajapati.
The organizers for the meeting included Alok Pandit, Sonu Singh, Amar Singh, Rupa Kaur, Santosh Prajapati, Samir Das, Sushil Agrawal, Gurusharan Singh, Baljit Singh, Gursharan Kaur, Soma Das, Ajay Pradhan, Kavita Pradhan and Bhajan singer Asish Satta.