Shobhayatra taken out ahead of Prakashotsav celebrations

  • | Monday | 20th November, 2023

Varanasi: To mark the upcoming Prakashotsav of Shri Guru Nanak Dev, Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee carried out a grand and colourful shobhayatra (religious procession) in the city on Sunday. The procession, with beautifully decorated tableaux carrying Guru Granth Sahib started from Gurubagh and passed through Luxa, Godowlia, Nai Sarak, Chetganj, Lahurabir, Maldahiya, Lajpat Nagar, Nanak Nagar, Shashtri Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Sigra Crossing and Rathyatra.Thousand of devotees visited the beautifully decorated gurudwaras to seek blessings and joined in the procession. Prakashotsava will be celebrated on the occasion of Kartik Purnika on November 27. Kirtan and bhajan progammes will be organised along with special langars, bhajans and shabad at various gurudwaras in Gurubagh, Nichibagh and Mughalsarai.We also published the following articles recentlyDrive to free up Sarojini Nagar mktThe New Delhi Municipal Council has ordered a daily anti-encroachment drive at Sarojini Nagar market until November 30, following the direction of the Delhi High Court. The drive will be carried out from 3-8pm in collaboration with the Delhi Police. Despite previous actions, unauthorized squatters and illegally parked vehicles continue to be seen in the market, prompting the joint removal drive. A status report from the NDMC is expected to be filed on December 6.Maira Dharti Mehra celebrates birthday by seeking blessings at Gurudwara and later cutting cake with her co-starsActress Maira Dharti Mehra celebrated her birthday with close friends and shared glimpses on Instagram. She sought blessings at a Gurudwara, had a salon session, and cut a cake with her co-actors and mother. Maira expressed gratitude to her family and fans for making her day special. Fans commented on her post, wishing her a happy birthday and expressing their love for her. Maira is known for her roles in shows like Aashiqana, Pandya Store, and Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai.Punjab: Gurudwara Nanaksar Sahib urges farmers to shun stubble burning practices to save environmentGurudwara Nanaksar Sahib has joined the Punjab government in its anti-stubble burning campaign. The religious organization has called upon farmers to stop the practice to protect the environment and soil fertility. They stated that paddy straw, which is burnt by farmers, can be used as fodder, compost fertilizer, and for electricity production. The Gurudwara Committee stressed the need to end problems like temperature increase, air pollution, and soil fertility depletion caused by stubble burning.

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