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Doul Utsav at Ramraikuti Satra

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GAURIPUR, March 15 - Doul Utsav, the Festival of Colours, popularly known as Holi, will be celebrated with fanfare and enthusiasm along with a three-day programme at the historic Sri Sri Dham Ramraikuti Satra situated at Satrasal along the Indo-Bangladesh border in Dhubri sector from March 20 to 22 next.

On the first day of celebration, the �Gondh� programme will be performed according to Vaishnavite rituals and on the second day, Doul Puja will be performed and the bhakats and the women will sit for naam prasanga.

The third day will be observed as �Suari� and the decorated idol of Lord Sri Krishna will be brought out in a �Dola� of the satra and is scheduled to visit the four �Hatis�to the accompaniment of religious songs and smearing colours everywhere.

A big mela will also be held on the occasion and devotees from all over the district and North Bengal are expected to participate.

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Doul Utsav at Ramraikuti Satra

GAURIPUR, March 15 - Doul Utsav, the Festival of Colours, popularly known as Holi, will be celebrated with fanfare and enthusiasm along with a three-day programme at the historic Sri Sri Dham Ramraikuti Satra situated at Satrasal along the Indo-Bangladesh border in Dhubri sector from March 20 to 22 next.

On the first day of celebration, the �Gondh� programme will be performed according to Vaishnavite rituals and on the second day, Doul Puja will be performed and the bhakats and the women will sit for naam prasanga.

The third day will be observed as �Suari� and the decorated idol of Lord Sri Krishna will be brought out in a �Dola� of the satra and is scheduled to visit the four �Hatis�to the accompaniment of religious songs and smearing colours everywhere.

A big mela will also be held on the occasion and devotees from all over the district and North Bengal are expected to participate.