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Shiva temple inaugurated at Mangaldai

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MANGALDAI, March 5 � The industrial estate here witnessed a different scene on Monday as unlike other days, the area was not echoing with the sound of tools and machinery, rather, it reverberated with the holy chanting of Vedic mantras, mangala charana, amidst performing of uruli and sankha-ghanta.

The people of the Udyog Nagar locality celebrated the inauguration of a new temple of the Lord Shiva with architecture and sculpture very similar to that of south India, on Monday. The people of the locality had to wait for 30 long years to find a permanent structure for the idols of Lord Shiva from the road side temporary set-up.

Thanks to the SRD Group which under its corporate social responsibility constructed the temple on a one-katha plot of land donated by the family of late Lohit Narayan Konwar and Damayanti Konwar, the new temple structure with an eco-friendly underground kitchen was dedicated to the public.

Renowned industrialist and secretary of Mangaldai Chambers of Commerce, Mukul Ch Deka on Monday formally inaugurated the temple. In connection with this, various social and cultural programmes, including community cleanliness drive, plantation, cultural procession, presentation of traditional nagara naam, hom yajna, distribution of prasad, etc., were carried out.

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Shiva temple inaugurated at Mangaldai

MANGALDAI, March 5 � The industrial estate here witnessed a different scene on Monday as unlike other days, the area was not echoing with the sound of tools and machinery, rather, it reverberated with the holy chanting of Vedic mantras, mangala charana, amidst performing of uruli and sankha-ghanta.

The people of the Udyog Nagar locality celebrated the inauguration of a new temple of the Lord Shiva with architecture and sculpture very similar to that of south India, on Monday. The people of the locality had to wait for 30 long years to find a permanent structure for the idols of Lord Shiva from the road side temporary set-up.

Thanks to the SRD Group which under its corporate social responsibility constructed the temple on a one-katha plot of land donated by the family of late Lohit Narayan Konwar and Damayanti Konwar, the new temple structure with an eco-friendly underground kitchen was dedicated to the public.

Renowned industrialist and secretary of Mangaldai Chambers of Commerce, Mukul Ch Deka on Monday formally inaugurated the temple. In connection with this, various social and cultural programmes, including community cleanliness drive, plantation, cultural procession, presentation of traditional nagara naam, hom yajna, distribution of prasad, etc., were carried out.