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Stage set for Satsang Ritwik conference

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, April 11 � All arrangements have been nearly completed to host around five lakh devotees who would be attending the Navavarsha Swasti Mahayajna and the 287th All India Satsang Ritwik Conference scheduled from April 14 in the capital city.

The two-day programme which will be held at the Veterinary Ground, Khanapara is an important event for the devotees who come from different communities and tribes. The ground has been decorated to provide all the devotees and visitors the right ambience to ponder and interact on issues pertinent to a meaningful existence.

A hectic scene prevails at the Satsang Vihar, Bhangagarh as devotees have started arriving. According to Bishwajit Pal, a member of Satsang Vihar, some of the devotees would be accommodated at the Sarusajai sports complex. �Around 1.5 lakh devotees will be put up in 25 to 30 camps in the sports complex,� he said adding that hotels and guest houses in the city have been booked for the devotees.

Pal said that all efforts have been made to ensure that the devotees did not fall sick at the camps. �We have looked into all aspects including water supply and sanitation and there is going to be a medical camp as well,� he said.

It needs to be mentioned here that food would be provided to the devotees at the Khanapara ground. Arrangements have been made to enable six thousand devotees to eat at a time.

Devotees from Malaysia, Dubai, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and London will also attend the programme aimed at promoting the philosophy of Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra.

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Stage set for Satsang Ritwik conference

GUWAHATI, April 11 � All arrangements have been nearly completed to host around five lakh devotees who would be attending the Navavarsha Swasti Mahayajna and the 287th All India Satsang Ritwik Conference scheduled from April 14 in the capital city.

The two-day programme which will be held at the Veterinary Ground, Khanapara is an important event for the devotees who come from different communities and tribes. The ground has been decorated to provide all the devotees and visitors the right ambience to ponder and interact on issues pertinent to a meaningful existence.

A hectic scene prevails at the Satsang Vihar, Bhangagarh as devotees have started arriving. According to Bishwajit Pal, a member of Satsang Vihar, some of the devotees would be accommodated at the Sarusajai sports complex. �Around 1.5 lakh devotees will be put up in 25 to 30 camps in the sports complex,� he said adding that hotels and guest houses in the city have been booked for the devotees.

Pal said that all efforts have been made to ensure that the devotees did not fall sick at the camps. �We have looked into all aspects including water supply and sanitation and there is going to be a medical camp as well,� he said.

It needs to be mentioned here that food would be provided to the devotees at the Khanapara ground. Arrangements have been made to enable six thousand devotees to eat at a time.

Devotees from Malaysia, Dubai, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and London will also attend the programme aimed at promoting the philosophy of Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra.