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Doul utsav celebrated at Batadrava, Jagi

By Correspondent

NAGAON, March 7 � Doul utsav was celebrated at Batadrava, the birth place of great Assamese saint Shreemanta Sankardeva with religious fervour.

This year about one lakh people from different places of the State visited Batadrava and offered prayer. The festival started with Gandha utsav on March 4 which was followed by offering colour on Lord Krishna on March 5.

On March 6 the festival committee organised Guhain phurua utsav. Cultural procession, sound of deva badya, naam prasanga attracted the people gathered there.

Students of Bordua Aai Khersuti Sanskritik Vidyalaya, artists of Purnamurti Gupaldev Kalakhetra and Aroonadai Sanskritik Gushthi presented various Satriya cultural items in the function. The Satriya cultural function was formally inaugurated by Satradhikar Paramananda Dev Mahanta while the cultural function was formally declared opened by Pritam Saikia, Commissioner in-charge of Education and Culture, Assam.

The secretary of the Than management committee Brajen Kakoti welcomed Nagaon Deputy Commissioner Monalisa Goswami, Satradhikar Devananda Deva Goswami and other dignitaries present in the cultural function. A souvenir published to mark the occasion was also formally released.

Jagiroad Correspondent adds: The four-day Doul utsav was celebrated at the premises of the Auni-ati Sakha Satra, situated at a historic place at Jagi under Mayong circle in Morigaon district concluded today.

The four-day utsav which started on March 4 began with the mesh-dah parba near Kolongpar which was followed by doul installation at the premises of Sakha Satra Bor naam ghar. The long festival included naam prasanga, Asomita- bhaona, cultural function, holi, procession with Lord Krishna, among others.

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Doul utsav celebrated at Batadrava, Jagi

NAGAON, March 7 � Doul utsav was celebrated at Batadrava, the birth place of great Assamese saint Shreemanta Sankardeva with religious fervour.

This year about one lakh people from different places of the State visited Batadrava and offered prayer. The festival started with Gandha utsav on March 4 which was followed by offering colour on Lord Krishna on March 5.

On March 6 the festival committee organised Guhain phurua utsav. Cultural procession, sound of deva badya, naam prasanga attracted the people gathered there.

Students of Bordua Aai Khersuti Sanskritik Vidyalaya, artists of Purnamurti Gupaldev Kalakhetra and Aroonadai Sanskritik Gushthi presented various Satriya cultural items in the function. The Satriya cultural function was formally inaugurated by Satradhikar Paramananda Dev Mahanta while the cultural function was formally declared opened by Pritam Saikia, Commissioner in-charge of Education and Culture, Assam.

The secretary of the Than management committee Brajen Kakoti welcomed Nagaon Deputy Commissioner Monalisa Goswami, Satradhikar Devananda Deva Goswami and other dignitaries present in the cultural function. A souvenir published to mark the occasion was also formally released.

Jagiroad Correspondent adds: The four-day Doul utsav was celebrated at the premises of the Auni-ati Sakha Satra, situated at a historic place at Jagi under Mayong circle in Morigaon district concluded today.

The four-day utsav which started on March 4 began with the mesh-dah parba near Kolongpar which was followed by doul installation at the premises of Sakha Satra Bor naam ghar. The long festival included naam prasanga, Asomita- bhaona, cultural function, holi, procession with Lord Krishna, among others.