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Bhagwat Katha commences at Shiv Mandir Ari
5/17/2018 11:10:13 PM

Early Times Report
MENDHAR, May 17: A seven-day long Bhagwat Katha Path commenced today at Shiv Mandir Ari Potha in Mendhar town.
Pandit Fool Kumar Sharma Ji Maharaj was specially invited to recite Bhagwat Katha Path.
A large number of devotees from all communities participated in the event and later held Nagar-Kirtan through the streets of Ari. The pious religious event was organized by Shiv Mandir Committee Ari Potha under the supervision of chairman of the Committee, Ranjit Sharma. Kalash Yatra also started from Shiv Mandir to Ari River amid high security arrangements.
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