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Maghi Purnima celebration concluded

The 36th Maghi Purnima celebration being organised by Rupamoni Bathow Dhwrwm Afad was concluded on Monday with three-day long programme scheduled at Gossaigaon Ranchaidham in Chirang district.

Over ten thousand devotees from 50 dalaisa(branch) of Assam and West Bengal thronged on the concluding day today of the celebration and offered their prayers to the almighty god.

A Biswa Shanti Joghya was performed on the day praying peace and unity across the world among all sections of society.

Dr Shekar Brahma,registrar of Bodoland University graced as chief guest on the open session.Brahma,in his speech said that the Rupamoni Bathow dhwrwm was working to the welfare of the humanity among society and bringing peace and unity since it’s inception.

BTC deputy Kampa Borgoyary,executive member Doneswar Goyary were also attended the open session.

Former BTC executive member Sabharam Basumatary inaugurated the session.

A new committee of the Rupamoni Bathow Dhwrwm Afad was formed for next three years with Dharani Kanta Narzary as president amd Dhanesh Narzary as secretary in the delegate session of the celebration which was begin from February 20.

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