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Bharat Sevashram Sangha centenary celebration begins

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JALUKBARI, Aug 22 - Bharat Sevashram Sangha (BSS), an internationally recognised philanthropic organisation, organised the opening ceremony of the year-long celebration of 100 years of its service to humanity at Pandu yesterday.

The year-long celebration was inaugurated by Dr Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary, former Governor of Meghalaya, as the chief guest, along with Swami Biswatmanandaji Maharaj, general secretary of the Sangha.

Referring to the 100 years of glorious service to mankind (1917-2016) by the Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Dr Mooshahary emphasised the meaning and importance of �Karma� and �Sangha� in one�s life.

Swami Biswatmanandaji spoke on the works of Bharat Sevashram Sangha in India and abroad. Service for the people was started by Acharya Srimat Swami Pranabanandaji Maharaj in Bajitpur, Bangladesh and spread throughout the world, he mentioned in his speech. Be it tsunami relief or the most recent Assam flood relief camp in Majuli, BSS is everywhere to serve the people in crisis, he asserted.

Samarpan, a souvenir brought out to mark the centenary celebration of BSS, was unveiled by Dr Mooshahary and Swami Biswatmanandaji Maharaj in presence of Mrigen Sarania, Mayor of Guwahati city.

Seventy saints of Bharat Sevashram Sangha from different corners of India blessed the august gathering with their presence. Students of Manju Kala Kendra performed �Dashavarat Nritya�. This was followed by presentation of Sattriya dance. Tanay Roy, one of the followers of BSS, performed a devotional dance.

BSS also felicitated eminent social workers and ex-students of the Sangha, who have extended their services to the people at large.

On the occasion of the centenary celebration, a series of events will take place on the premises of Pandu Ashram throughout the year.

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Bharat Sevashram Sangha centenary celebration begins

JALUKBARI, Aug 22 - Bharat Sevashram Sangha (BSS), an internationally recognised philanthropic organisation, organised the opening ceremony of the year-long celebration of 100 years of its service to humanity at Pandu yesterday.

The year-long celebration was inaugurated by Dr Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary, former Governor of Meghalaya, as the chief guest, along with Swami Biswatmanandaji Maharaj, general secretary of the Sangha.

Referring to the 100 years of glorious service to mankind (1917-2016) by the Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Dr Mooshahary emphasised the meaning and importance of �Karma� and �Sangha� in one�s life.

Swami Biswatmanandaji spoke on the works of Bharat Sevashram Sangha in India and abroad. Service for the people was started by Acharya Srimat Swami Pranabanandaji Maharaj in Bajitpur, Bangladesh and spread throughout the world, he mentioned in his speech. Be it tsunami relief or the most recent Assam flood relief camp in Majuli, BSS is everywhere to serve the people in crisis, he asserted.

Samarpan, a souvenir brought out to mark the centenary celebration of BSS, was unveiled by Dr Mooshahary and Swami Biswatmanandaji Maharaj in presence of Mrigen Sarania, Mayor of Guwahati city.

Seventy saints of Bharat Sevashram Sangha from different corners of India blessed the august gathering with their presence. Students of Manju Kala Kendra performed �Dashavarat Nritya�. This was followed by presentation of Sattriya dance. Tanay Roy, one of the followers of BSS, performed a devotional dance.

BSS also felicitated eminent social workers and ex-students of the Sangha, who have extended their services to the people at large.

On the occasion of the centenary celebration, a series of events will take place on the premises of Pandu Ashram throughout the year.

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