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Vohra releases ‘Raghvinder Panchang’
JAMMU, Apr 13: Governor NN Vohra, Governor, released “Raghvinder Panchang” on this occasion at a function organized by the Prabandhak Committee, Bawa Kailakh Dev Temple.

Speaking on the occasion, the Governor lauded the initiative of the people for raising contributions for construction of a spacious Hall in the Complex, observing that they have set a very good example of joining hands for promoting the welfare of the society at large.

Referring to the “Raghvinder Panchang” which he released on this occasion, the Governor observed that it is a very important document in our society, culture and our day-to-day lives. He complimented Dr. Chander Mauli Raina for bringing out this almanac.

The Governor referred to the various development-oriented demands of the people of the area presented by Bharat Bhushan, MLA, particularly the need for augmenting water supply in this belt, he observed that he would address the concerned authorities in this matter.

The Governor congratulated the people present on this occasion and prayed for peace, harmony, progress and prosperity in the State.

The Prabandhak Committee of the Bawa Kailakh Dev Temple honoured the Governor by presenting to him a memento.

Earlier, on reaching the Bawa Kailakh Dev Temple Complex, the Governor was received by the functionaries and members of the Prabandhak Committee, Bawa Kailakh Dev Temple, amidst chanting of Vedic Mantras, by the Sanskrit scholars.
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News Updated at : Saturday, April 13, 2013
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